Microsoft acquires technology assets of Interactive Supercomputing (ISC)

Microsoft has acquired technology assets of Interactive Supercomputing (ISC) that specializes in bringing the power of parallel computing to the desktop and making high performance computing more accessible to end users. ISC’s products and technology enable faster prototyping, iteration, and deployment of large-scale parallel solutions, which is well aligned with Microsoft’s vision of making high performance computing and […]

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Microsoft has acquired technology assets of Interactive Supercomputing (ISC) that specializes in bringing the power of parallel computing to the desktop and making high performance computing more accessible to end users. ISC’s products and technology enable faster prototyping, iteration, and deployment of large-scale parallel solutions, which is well aligned with Microsoft’s vision of making high performance computing and parallel computing easier, both on the desktop and in the cluster. You can find more information on HPC and parallel computing at Microsoft in these links and stay up to date on integration news and updates at Microsoft Pathways, Microsoft’s acquisition information site.

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