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Cloud HPC and simulation software agreement increases the accessibility and utilization of UNLV’s supercomputing resources.
The UNLV National Supercomputing Institute’s latest hire will help researchers leverage the tremendous capabilities of the Cherry Creek II.
UNLV supercomputer helps gaming innovation students do the math and make the pitch for a new fantasy sports game.
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Intel’s “Cherry Creek” supercomputer brings world-class computing power to UNLV; Switch SUPERNAP to lead high-tech industry partnerships.
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Per the agreement, Altair’s technology will enable Cherry Creek II users to simplify access and utilization of the supercomputer’s capabilities and capacity. When deployed, PBS Works, Altair’s high-performance computing management suite, will securely manage all Cherry Creek II compute workload. In addition, users will be able to easily create, access and manage physical and virtual appliances on Cherry Creek II to run Altair’s HyperWorks simulation software and other 3rd party application software.
In this video from the HPC User Forum in Tucson, Joseph Lombardo from the UNLV Supercomputing Center presents: Leveraging HPC for Alzheimer’s Research and Beyond.
Switch, the Las Vegas-based data company, invested $10 million in an exploration-based learning venture led by a former president of the National Geographic Society, according to a news release Wednesday. The funds will allow the company, Planet3, to launch software that will allow students to learn about Earth’s history and future through a game-based narrative.
UNLV and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health have been awarded an $11.1 million federal grant to advance the understanding of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.