Bull's Extreme Computing strategy and offerings examined in new white paper from IDC
24, 2009 -
Just a few days after the launch of the new bullx supercomputer, industry analysts IDC have given their assessment of Bull's strategy and offerings in Extreme Computing.
Having reviewed Bull's initial moves in Extreme Computing, IDC goes on to explore the reasons behind Bull's rapid ascent in this area, and makes an impartial assessment of the challenges and opportunities that the Group faces in its ambition to be among the three world leaders in this domain, and number one in Europe.
IDC also reviews the new bullx offering, from the system architecture to its software platform and associated services offerings.
The IDC white paper "Bull Builds European Market Momentum with 'No Compromises' HPC Design" is available at www.bull.com/extremecomputing
Bull is the trusted partner for enterprise data. The Group, which is firmly established in the Cloud and in Big Data, integrates and manages high-performance systems and end-to-end security solutions. Bull's offerings enable its customers to process all the data at their disposal, creating new types of demand. Bull converts data into value for organisations in a completely secure manner.
Bull currently employs around 9,200 people across more than 50 countries, with over 700 staff totally focused on R&D. In 2013, Bull recorded revenues of 1.3 billion.
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