With today's announcement of 35 new CUDA Research Centers and CUDA Teaching Centers spread over 14 different countries and over 400 universities around the world which now include parallel programming using GPUs or graphics processing units in their curriculum today and leveraging the massive processing power being afforded by this level of expertise, today's most complex computing issues are closer then ever to being solved.
Using Parallel Computing for data analysis is helping to solve today's most complex and process intensive computations and adding 35 new research centers will insure the use of this skill in future systems
Featuring Doug Kaplan, Director of Customer Success at InfoArmor
Live Event Date: October 26, 2016 @ 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET
We'll be highlighting InfoArmor, a solution provider for identity protection software, who recently made the move to a cloud contact center to support their advanced threat protection services offered to their large user base in the cloud. Join InfoArmor and Genesys to hear:
An insider view of how InfoArmor built a justification and gained consensus to make the move to the cloud
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The open source cloud computing project OpenStack has come a long way since NASA and Rackspace launched it in 2010. Backed by leading technology infrastructure providers including Cisco, Dell, EMC, HP, IBM, Intel, and VMware, OpenStack underpins significant workloads at an increasingly diverse set of organizations, including BWM, CERN, Comcast, eBay, and Wal-Mart. For CIOs engaged in broader programs to win, serve, and retain customers -- and refocus business technology (BT) spend -- a planned and pragmatic …