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The MathWorks has launched Release 2010a (R2010a) of its Matlab and Simulink product families
Silicon Mechanics has announced that it has expanded its high-density server family with the release of two 2U 4-node products based on Supermicro TwinPro architecture, the Rackform iServ R4420 and Rackform iServ R4422
Compute Canada's Resource Allocation Competition (RAC) 2016 has issued a Call for Proposals
Silicon Mechanics has announced it now offers the Rackform iServ R456, a server equipped with Intel Xeon E7-4800v2 processors, formerly named Ivy Bridge-EX
NextComputing, a provider of portable workstations and dense, small-footprint servers, has introduced the latest addition to its Radius series of mobile computers, the Radius EX-B
NextComputing has upgraded its portable Radius EX and Vigor EX systems, which now support up to 96Gb DDR3 1066MHz ECC memory, making them suitable for graphics-intensive visualisation programs
Database management system technology developer Raima has announced a strategic relationship with National Instruments to integrate Raima's RDM Embedded technology directly into NI LabView
Scientists from the Uk's Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) have developed a configurable workflow management system for the genome assembly.
Scilab, worldwide leader of open source numerical and scientific computation software, today announced the appointment of Raphaël Auphan as Scilab Chief Executive Officer.
Sundance has introduced RASS, an adaptable supercomputing accelerator platform supported by commercially available industry standard design tools
The Reaction Genius software platform for better chemistry knowledge sharing and workflow productivity has been introduced by PerkinElmer at the American Chemical Society (ACS) Spring 2012 National Meeting and Exposition
Purdue University has deployed DataDirect Networks’ (DDN) SFA high-performance storage to accelerate the delivery of research results for up to 1,000 researchers working on several hundred concurrent projects
Applied Biosystems and scientific IT specialist Integromics have launched an integrated hardware and software solution for analysing real-time PCR data.
Nvidia has introduced the RealityServer platform for cloud computing, a combination of GPUs and software that streams interactive, photorealistic 3D applications to any web-connected PC, laptop, netbook and smart phone
Elsevier has announced enhancements to Reaxys Medicinal Chemistry that address the critical workflow and data challenges of early drug discovery
Recipients of 2014 ACM/IEEE Computer Society George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowships announced (ACM and the IEEE Computer Society)
ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery) and IEEE Computer Society have named Harshitha Menon of the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign (UIUC) and Alexander Breuer of Technische Universität München (TUM) as recipients of 2014 ACM/IEEE Computer Society George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowships
Penguin Computing has released the Relion 2808GT, its new supercomputing server that supports eight GPUs or coprocessors in two rack units
Penguin Computing has introduced the Relion 2808GT with a rack direct-to-chip liquid cooling (DCLC) solution by CoolIT
The latest additions to Penguin Computing’s E-series server line, the Relion 800E and the Relion 2804E, are now available
Penguin Computing has released its Relion E-series line of servers, based on Intel's Xeon E5-2600 processor
QSI has launched a Rental Customisation Service that will let WinLims rental customers to have a cost-effective way of tailoring the company’s WinLims ‘out of the box’ solution to meet their specific information management requirements.
QSI has released a Rental Instrument Interfacing Service that enables WinLims Rental customers to interface their instruments to their WinLims systems.
Rogue Wave Software has simultaneously released ReplayEngine 2.0 and TotalView 8.9.1. This suite of products simplifies debugging and memory analysis, especially for applications that are data-intensive, multi-threaded, or distributed across a network or cluster
Repositive, a software company developing novel tools to improve access to human genomic research data, has announced a deal with Xpressomics, a genes expression search engine
Olympus has introduced a new pathology test request management system, RequestVision, to streamline the process of medical testing. The software reduces administration time and improves test turnaround times.
Researchers use MapleSim to develop musculoskeletal arm and robot models for rehabilitation (Maplesoft)
Researchers from the University of Waterloo are using MapleSim to develop a musculoskeletal model of the human arm to in order to design new model-based controllers - ultimately leading to a better understanding of movement disorders of the arm
Resolver Systems has launched Resolver One 1.8, an upgraded version of its advanced programmable spreadsheet
Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced enhanced capabilities to its Retriever reporting tool for Thermo Scientific software solutions that enable customers to measure key performance indicators in real time.
Thermo Electron has introduced Retriever version 3.0, a web-based data extraction and presentation solution that enables secure access to laboratory data, no matter the originating data system.
Bricsys, a global provider of DWG engineering design software brought to market under the BricsCAD brand, has released version 3 of RhinoWorks, a plug-in for Rhinoceros
Thermo Electron has released version 1.6 of its Rhombix Software Suite - bringing coherence to the whole crystallisation process.
QSI (Quality Systems International) is making more quality assurance software products available by rental. The first of these to be released is RisQ, QSI’s health and safety compliance and risk assessment package
Agilent Technologies has puts its RNA Integrity Database online and made it free of charge, eliminating the need to repeat validation experiments and saving the user time and money.
Robin Ince is headlining the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) conference, at Lab Innovations on 5 & 6 November 2014 at Birmingham’s NEC
MathWorks has released new versions of Robust Control Toolbox and Simulink Control Design, which enable engineers to tune complex control systems modelled in Simulink automatically
Altair announced today that Rolo Bikes, a European manufacturer of high performance road bikes, has used Altair's computer-aided engineering (CAE) HyperWorks Suite to design, optimize, and develop the world's lightest and stiffest road bike.
According to the latest edition of the local Top50 list of the most powerful supercomputers in Russia and CIS region, RSC has increased its share by 80%
The RSC Group, a Russian developer of HPC and data-centre solutions, has announced the RSC PetaStream ultra-high density system
St Petersburg, the leading developer and integrator of innovative solutions for HPC segment and data centers in Russia and CIS region has announced the project to create the most innovative and one of the most powerful supercomputing centers in Russia for St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University (SPbSPU) with peak performance over 1.1 Petaflops
RSC Group has demonstrated an update of its RSC Tornado architecture
RTS Life Science has launched RTS A2, a versatile solution for small scale automated sample storage.
Altair has announced that RUAG Space, with the support of Altair ProductDesign, has built a redesigned, optimised antenna support for an Earth observation satellite, to be produced using industrial additive manufacturing, otherwise known as 3D printing
RURO, Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) and RFID Solutions provider, today officially announces the opening of its first international office. Located in the prestigious Boji Science Park, Baoshan District in Shanghai, PRC, RURO Shanghai’s doors are open.
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