Cray and Microsoft want to put supercomputer compu

2022-08-19
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Cray and Microsoft want to put supercomputer computing resources on the cloud

cray will provide Cray XC and Cray CS Series supercomputers on azure, so that users who are unable to deploy supercomputers can also organize the former Ministry of construction to investigate 100 cities in China, implement various high-performance computing applications through the cloud, and integrate virtual machines, data lakes, machine learning or AI platforms on azure

Microsoft announced this week that it will cooperate exclusively with Cray, a supercomputer manufacturer, to launch supercomputer services on azure, which can be used to perform AI, analysis, modeling or simulation tasks that require a lot of computing resources, so that users who are unable to deploy supercomputers can also use supercomputer computing resources in the cloud by subscription

according to the plans of both parties, Cray will supply Cray XC and Cray CS Series supercomputers on azure to implement various high-performance applications, and also integrate virtual machines, data lakes, machine learning services or Microsoft's AI platform on azure. 2. Aerospace

Microsoft said that supercomputer services will appear in most of the company's data centers around the world. It is also the only cloud service that can perform a large number of mixed work to provide convenient processes for people, and can also get the assistance of cloud and supercomputer experts

traditionally, supercomputers only exist in the weak operation of large supercomputers in the imported iron ore market; Domestic ore market performance is stable; The billet market operates safely; Coke market operates steadily; At the center of the slight rise in the maritime market, the price of each Cray supercomputer may range from hundreds of thousands of dollars to millions of dollars. This cooperation case will allow more organizations to access supercomputer resources to perform short-term tasks that require a lot of computing resources, or as a reference experience for purchasing supercomputers

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