The leading HPC software company Bright Computing has customers such as Boeing, NASA, Johns Hopkins University and Siemens, and many more. What Nvidia said in a statement late on Monday is that it has been working with Bright for more than a decade as they integrated their software with their GPUs, networking, CUDA and most recently DGX systems.Bill Wagner, CEO of Bright Computing commented:
“Nvidia is changing the world as we know it, and we couldn’t be more excited for our team and software to play a part in that.”
The graphic chip maker sees a way to combine its system software capabilities to make HPC data centres easier to buy, build and operate, creating a much larger future for HPC.
The sum of which Nvidia will acquire the HPC software company Bright Computing is still undisclosed.