News Roundup – A Supercomputer for the Holidays?

We’re all about Big Data here at GovDataDownload, and we constantly watch the growing data storm growing daily and driven by both the public and private sector. With the global ...

UCLA’s Transition to a High Performance Computing Environment Fuels High Performance Research

The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), is one of the country’s foremost research facilities with a mission to leverage the research produced for the betterment of the global community.  ...

Tom Suder, President of ATARC Talks Upcoming Federal Health IT Summit

GovDataDownload is pleased to present a guest Q&A with Tom Suder, President of the Advanced Mobility Academic Research Center (ATARC). In the discussion below, Tom will discuss trends affecting government ...

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NetApp’s Tom Mendoza on Innovation and Embracing Change

Recently, at FedScoop’s FedTalks 2014, an event attended by top leaders in the tech and government IT communities, more than 1,200 people came together in Washington, D.C. to discuss how technology and people can change government and their communities. NetApp’s Vice Chairman Tom Mendoza was one of the speakers at the event. In his presentation, […]

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Honoring Our Veterans and Those Who Serve

Today marks the 95th observation of a day honoring America’s veterans.  President Wilson inaugurated the tradition in 1919 to commemorate the end of World War 1 and this day of remembrance evolved after the Second World War to become Veterans Day, a day to honor all those who serve our country in the armed forces. […]

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National Ignition Facility: Big Science Needs Big Data

The National Ignition Facility (NIF) at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California, is the world’s largest laser facility ever built. NIF’s 192 laser beams routinely create temperatures and pressures similar to those that exist only in the cores of stars and giant planets. Scientists at NIF are working on using these laser beams to […]

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Super Computing to the Rescue! Making Big Data Accessible Through High-Performance Computing

Earlier this year we started a discussion about the data deluge. Well, it would seem that the flood of data we’re creating today has reached the point that it’s nearly impossible to quantify. Petabytes upon petabytes are generated by all manner of industries, educational institutions, research facilities, and government agencies including GPS and mapping data, […]

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