The National Supercomputing Centre is expected to train its compute power on growth areas such as big data, artificial intelligence and deep learning.
Decentralised hybrid computing ecosystems are back in vogue as performance and regulatory considerations bring data centre action to the edge.
Compared with their counterparts in the region, more IT professionals here feel that cybersecurity has become more complex.
According to Trend Micro’s security roundup report, there was a 752% increase in new ransomware families in 2016, resulting in US$1b in losses for enterprises worldwide.
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Prof Gordon Bell on "exascale nirvana" and other supercomputing trends
Gordon Bell of supercomputing's Gordon Bell Prize talks to ConvergenceAsia about the "scaling up" and "scaling out" of HPC and its new applications in analytics and data science. Bell was in Singapore recently for Supercomputing Frontiers 2017, where he delivered a keynote on "Three Decades: Motivating and Measuring HPC Progress".