The Dell EMC HPC System for Life Sciences
Accelerate Discovery and Insights through Optimized Infrastructure By the end of 2018, 50% of life sciences will require high performance computing. Why? Because managing and analyzing data requires more computational power and storage than ever, from genomics and bioinformatics, to phenotyping and structural biology. While researchers are anxious to get results, they’re often faced with
HPC System for Manufacturing
The Dell EMC HPC System for Manufacturing is designed specifically for digital manufacturing workloads. It bridges the technology gap between workstations and full scale HPC clusters/data centers. This system combines compute, storage and networking into a single, easy-to-manage solution, easily configured to fit your specific manufacturing requirements through a core set of powerful and flexible
Dell EMC Performance Computing Portfolio
Discovery and innovation have always started with great minds dreaming big. With the help of increasingly powerful and sophisticated technology, you’re now empowered to dream even bigger. Every day, scientists, inventors, researchers and companies are using HPC to change our world in astonishing ways. Because of HPC, we can design, test and fly a plane
Dell EMC HPC Innovation Lab
High-performance computing (HPC) gives you the power to break new ground, make important discoveries, and solve some of the most important challenges of our time. But there are always bigger questions — and bigger data sets — on the horizon, requiring enhanced HPC solutions to keep pace with the speed of innovation. That’s why Dell
HPC Special Report: Launch a Machine Learning Startup
Unexplored markets and an almost unlimited potential mean that today’s machine and deep learning-based startups will be tomorrow’s tech pioneers, marketing gurus, financial advisors, and more. But as anyone who has ever been involved in a startup will tell you, it’s never that easy to take a promising concept and channel it into long-term success.
Cybersecurity: For Defenders, It’s about Time
In multiple areas of cybersecurity, time works in favor of the attackers—making time the strategic advantage that defenders need to regain. In this report, Aberdeen Group provides four illustrative examples of how recapturing the advantage of time helps you reduce risk in the fundamental categories of data protection, threat detection and incident response, data center
Machine Learning Raises Security Teams to the Next Level
While machine learning can detect patterns hidden in the data at rapid speeds, the less obvious value of machine learning is providing enough automation to allow humans the time and focus to initiate creative responses when responses are less obvious.
Busting the Myth of the Malware Silver Bullet
When it comes to fighting modern malware, there is no “silver bullet” that can guard against every threat every time. That’s why Intel Security takes a different approach. We combine multiple layers of advanced malware protection, detection, and correction technologies into a single endpoint defense fabric. To keep up with cyberthreat innovation, effective detection and
NSS Labs Advanced Endpoint Protection Test Report
NSS Labs performed rigorous testing of McAfee Endpoint Security v10.5 across a multitude of attack threat vectors targeting a very dynamic enterprise class endpoint attack surface. In addition, McAfee Endpoint Security v10.5 was evaluated for it’s resistance against several evasion categories and false positive testing. This test was conducted free of charge and NSS did
The Why, the What and the How of the Software-Defined Data Center: An Osterman Research White Paper
The Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) is an umbrella philosophy for structuring data centers. It brings several business benefits, and it improves the practicalities of securing a data center.