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Atos Launches Nimbix Supercomputing Suite

Atos launches Nimbix Supercomputing Suite, a set of flexible and secure high-performance computing (HPC) solutions available in an as-a-service model.

Atos’ Nimbix Supercomputing Suite includes two new offerings including industry-first federated supercomputing-as-a-service and dedicated bare metal services, providing customers with added agility for their compute-intensive workloads and expanded consumption models.

Industry’s first federated supercomputing-as-a-service

The new suite offers the industry’s first federated supercomputing-as-a-service, Nimbix Federated, a novel approach for the federation of large-scale machines and clouds along with managed services to enable collaborative scientific computing. For the first time, both public and private infrastructure operators will be able to leverage each other’s resources. This federated as-a-service offer provides a unified service console to manage all compute zones and regions in a public or private supercomputing ecosystem.

Nimbix dedicated supercomputing

Established in the marketplace is the Atos BullSequana X series of HPC servers that are designed to provide maximum flexibility and efficiency covering the widest possible spectrum of applications. Delivered through the newly launched suite, Atos offers HPC bare metal-as-a-service (BMaaS) to complement its line of hardware and providing customers the full experience of dedicated infrastructure and services with on-demand scalability, convenience, and agility.

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