"Credit for initiating research on this group goes to Suzy Tichenor (now at ORNL) and Bob Graybill (now CEO of Nimbis Services). During their time at the Council on Competitiveness, they collaborated with IDC to investigate these “desktop-only” users. The key findings from those 2007-8 studies are largely applicable today…".
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"SMLC [Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition] analyzed across industries, across manufacturing structures, and across problems, and put together a set of requirements which were used to spec the Smart Manufacturing Platform. The platform is based on the services infrastructure developed by Nimbis Services, the originator of the cloud-based technical computing marketplace."
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Washington DC – May 19, 2014 - The Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition (SMLC) today announced the organization’s participation in the Smart America Challenge Expo on June 11, 2014, in Washington, DC. Nimbis Services is pleased to be an industry partner and team member.
"At the height of the first wave of the commercial cloud computing boom, around 2008, two HPC industry figures, Brian Schott and Robert Graybill, put their heads together to see how clouds might support high performance computing workloads. Their efforts led them to develop a “clearinghouse” for cloud-based HPC platforms and applications, which in turn prompted them to bundle, price, and support variations on these packages for companies and HPC centers to use along software as a service (SaaS) or platform as a service (PaaS) lines."
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February 25, 2014. 3PM EST. Chicago, IL – Today, President Obama announced that a multi-partner team led by UI LABS has been selected to receive a $70 million award from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) for the Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation (DMDI) Institute. Nimbis Services is pleased to be an industry partner and team member.
GCN publishes assessments, opinions, and recommendations on IT solutions to support public sector IT managers in the evaluation and selection of technology solutions. This GCN Article titled "Ohio builds AweSim Web-based supercomputing apps" describes the AweSim project and Nimbis Services' role and partnerships in the project.
Lorin Hochstein and Brian Schott working on the OpenStack Security Guide. You can download a free copy at http://docs.openstack.org/sec/ .
Smart Manufacturing Workflow Environment
Ohio Supercomputer Center, partners to produce advanced ʻmanufacturing appsʼ
$10 Million Project to Launch Development of the Nation’s First Open Smart Manufacturing Technology Platform for Collaborative Networked Information Industrial Applications
MCLEAN, VA, October 16, 2012 – Nimbis Services, Inc. (Nimbis) announces its sponsorship of the Wolfram Technology Conference 2012 to be held in Champaign, Illinois on October 17 through 19. Nimbis, who has partnered with Wolfram Research to develop and deploy Cloud Services for Mathematica, is proud to be a sponsor of this annual event. This is the third year in a row that Nimbis has been a sponsor. Nimbis will have a booth on the lower level of the conference. Please stop by.
MCLEAN, VA, April 6, 2012 - Nimbis Services Inc. conducted a live demonstration at GOMACTech ’12 of a semiconductor design-to-release-manufacturing cloud computing WorkFlow-as-a-Service (WFaaS) portal, the Trusted Silicon Stratus Demonstration Cloud (TSS-DC).
November 9, 2011 – The Ohio Supercomputer Center will showcase its state industry and research partnerships as the center participates in the exhibition and technical programs at SC11, the premier international conference on high performance computing (HPC), networking and storage being held Nov. 12-18, in Seattle, Washington.
October 17, 2011 – On October 18 through 21, Wolfram Research will hold their annual Wolfram Technology Conference in Champaign, Illinois. Nimbis Services, Inc. (Nimbis) who has partnered with Wolfram Research to develop and deploy Cloud Services for Mathematica, is proud to be a sponsor of this annual event. Nimbis will have a booth on the lower level of the conference. Please stop by.
Feb 22, 2011 – Nimbis Services, Inc. announced the formal release of an HPC ITAR Cloud Computing Portal in partnership with R Systems NA, Inc., for those users that require an International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) export compliant computing environment. The HPC ITAR Cloud Computing Portal is a subscriber-based on-demand secure cloud service enabling Internet connected desktop users with click-through streamlined, provisioning, and use of R Systems High Performance Computing (HPC) datacenter resources.
Our good friend Ashok Krishnamurthy, Senior Director, Research and Scientific Development at the Ohio Supercomputer Center talks to ComputerWorld about how Nimbis Services is helping to make their services easier to use. Follow the link to see the article!
October 13/14, 2010, Wolfram Technology Conference 2010, Champaign, IL. At 1:00 pm CT on Wednesday, October 13, Nimbis Services, an innovative provider of HPC cloud services will present “Building HPC Cloud Services: Mathematica, a Case Study”. Additionally Nimbis will host a demonstration station showcasing their Cloud Services for Mathematica service. Visit the Nimbis demo station on Wednesday after 2:00 pm and all day on Thursday to see live demos. Nimbis is currently recruiting Beta 2 users. Please join Nimbis for the presentation and check out their demonstration!
October 1, 2010, Champaing, IL. Robert Graybill, president and CEO of Nimbis Services, attended the HPC 360 conference hosted by R Systems and presented "The Importance of HPC Portals". Robert was also interviewed by HPC in the Cloud. In the interview he discusses the concept of the "missing middle".
PR Newswire has an excellent article on how Woodward is employing cloud computing to simulate and design aircraft components using IBM's Computing on Demand service through Nimbis Services' ITAR cloud portal.
Columbus, Ohio – November 5, 2009 - Officials from the Ohio Supercomputer Center and Nimbis Services unveiled an e-commerce service that allows companies to easily purchase OSC's Blue Collar Computing computational and expertise resources via Nimbis' web portal packages.
Robert Graybill discusses the importance of security for high performance cloud computing and IBM's Computing On Demand service.
HPCwire reported on an initiative to develop a cloud computing service for users of their flagship technical computing software Mathematica. This project is a collaborative effort by Wolfram Research, Nimbis Services, Inc., a clearing-house for accessing third party compute resources and commercial software, and R Systems NA, Inc., a provider of computing resources to the commercial and academic research community.
John Leidel from insideHPC interviews Robert Graybill about Digital Analysis Computing and Nimbis Services.
Read the article: http://insidehpc.com/2008/10/06/insidetrack-nimbis-services/
Columbus, Ohio – September 22, 2008 – Ohio Supercomputer Center officials today announced that the Center has entered into an agreement with Nimbis Services Inc. to connect a regional industry supply chains to OSC’s Blue Collar Computing™ computational and expertise resources.