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Ibm, Ntu Announce Collaborative Effort to Converge Hpc and Cloud Computing

By Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)

May 10, 2010



IBM and Singapore's Nanyang Technological University (NTU) announced a joint effort to research and develop a platform for the convergence of cloud computing and high performance computing (HPC).

"This collaboration between IBM and NTU pushes the envelope of technology to test leading-edge applications that will benefit faculty, students, and also business and government organizations that seek to leverage the power of cloud computing and high performance computing," says IBM Singapore chief technologist Foong Sew Bun.

NTU professor Soh Yeng Chai says the joint research effort "will place NTU at the forefront of high performance computing, and hopefully encourage [small and medium-sized businesses] as well as large organizations to leverage HPC-cloud computing."

The initiative will enable NTU faculty to pursue HPC and cloud-computing projects relevant to different industries, including engineering, mathematical sciences, finance and business, and medical research. The collaboration initially will focus on interactive digital media and business analytics.

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