Survey Shows the Current State of Enterprise AI Adoption

We recently released the results of our first State of Enterprise AI Adoption Survey. The survey, designed to explore how enterprises and business professionals are progressing on their AI journeys, provides a glimpse of experiences, attitudes, and expectations for AI in the enterprise. As AI moves from idea to reality, understanding these areas of adoption is vital for many organizations — especially us here at Cray, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. To gain an understanding, there were two questions we were particularly interested in. Do enterprises have the right infrastructure in place for a wide-range of AI workloads? Also, has AI achieved a level of acceptance — organizational and personal — where AI’s value can be ... [ Read More ]

Revolutionizing QC in Manufacturing Pipelines with AI


Artificial intelligence (AI) is finding its way into use cases from marketing to manufacturing. It leaves no doubt that we are in the early stages of the next industrial revolution. Given this reality, if you haven’t already started to craft an AI strategy, you will need to soon. But the good news is you’re not falling behind yet. Most organizations are just beginning their AI journey. That said, don’t wait. You need to craft a robust data strategy that leverages AI architectures to drive innovation across all business units. At SFL Scientific we’ve seen an increased demand for our data strategy, scientific advisory, and AI development and deployment services. In the manufacturing industry, we work with our clients to drive ... [ Read More ]

The Next Wave of AI Won’t Happen Without Supercomputing

AI supercomputing

Adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) has exploded in the last few years, with virtually every kind of enterprise rushing to integrate and deploy AI methodologies in their core business practices. The first wave of fast AI growth ― characterized by small-scale proof-of-concepts and one-off machine or deep learning implementations ― is beginning to give way to a new cycle of AI adoption. In this next wave, we’ll see larger-scale deployments, a more evolved set of applications, and a concerted effort to apply AI techniques in production to solve real business problems and drive real business decisions. But the next wave of AI growth won’t ― actually, can’t ― happen without supercomputing. Artificial intelligence is a ... [ Read More ]

Cray Shasta Sparks New AI Research Program at Indiana University

Cray Shasta System at Indiana University

Supercomputer “Big Red 200” Will Be The First Cray Shasta System In Academia Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (Nasdaq:CRAY) today announced that Indiana University has selected a Cray Shasta™ supercomputing system to advance the use of artificial intelligence (AI) across diverse research fields at the university and for the state of Indiana. Indiana University will be the first university to deploy a Shasta system, the Cray Slingshot™ interconnect and Cray Urika® AI Suite for Shasta, providing its engineers, researchers and scientists powerful resources for the next era of computing. Named “Big Red 200,” the new supercomputer will be instrumental in the University’s exploration and advancement of AI in education, ... [ Read More ]

Exascale Supercomputers Signal a New Era

The road to exascale computing started out as a journey. Now, we find ourselves at the beginning of a new era. Last week Cray and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced Frontier ― an exascale supercomputer being developed for Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Slated for delivery in 2021, Frontier is expected to be the world’s most powerful computer. It will advance science and innovation far beyond anything currently possible. For us at Cray, the announcement of Frontier is a thrilling ― and humbling ― moment. The system is the third contract win for our new Shasta™ architecture and Cray Slingshot™ interconnect. It validates our belief in and commitment to our Shasta technology. But more importantly, ... [ Read More ]