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CRAY (ORD) CRAY

Kennt jemand hier CRAY?

http://investors.cray.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=98390&p=irol-news

 

Die legen offensichtlich einen Auftragsspurt hin...

 

Last: $12.18

 

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Die bauen diese Supercomputer.


Lohnt sich.


 

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geldsack hat am 24.07.2012 - 19:36 folgendes geschrieben:

 

Die bauen diese Supercomputer.


Lohnt sich.


 

Denke schon auch, da sind bald mal Zahlen fällig und die haben super gearbeitet und können noch mehr reinholen. Die Prognosen sind sehr gut.

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Ja. Viele Unis und Laboratorien wollen ihre Hochleistungsrechner erneuern.


Konkurrenten sind IBM und HP.


Cray hat einen guten Namen, da sie damals den ersten gebaut haben.


 

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Genau. die earnings sehen wir am 31. July, after market.

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Man könnte nachkaufen,

Last: 11.27

 

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Ich habe die mal reingezogen. Waren ja nicht schlecht mit dem Geschäftsverlauf und die Aussichten sind mal realistisch gesehen ganz normal gut.

 

Blum 3

Man müsste nochmal 20.- sein, aber ü.Fü ist auch nicht schlecht, etwas Reife, ist ja keine Pfeife (so nun war ich aber anständig in der Formulierung).

 

Proscht

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Cray krieg bestimmt bald einen neuen Auftrag. Gebt bitte Bescheid, wenn es soweit ist. Wir freuen uns - die Ferien sind bald vorbei...

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http://www.cray.com/About.aspx

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Das kam gestern Nacht noch rein:

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Cray to Add NVIDIA Kepler GPUs to Its Next-Generation "Cascade" Supercomputer

Aug 15, 2012 -- Building upon the Company's commitment to its Adaptive Supercomputing vision, global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced that its next-generation supercomputer code-named "Cascade" will be available with NVIDIA® Tesla® GPUs based on the next-generation NVIDIA Kepler™ GPU computing architecture.

"This is an exciting announcement for us, and for our customers, as it proves that we remain committed to our vision of integrating a range of advanced processing technologies into a single, scalable architecture," said Peg Williams, Cray's senior vice president of high performance computing systems. "Adaptive Supercomputing is about building a robust hardware and software environment that ultimately supports giving our customers choices. Adding the NVIDIA Tesla Kepler-based GPUs, which are designed for computationally intensive HPC environments, into future versions of our Cascade system will give our customers the flexibility to choose from a variety of powerful accelerator options."

In June, Cray announced that the Cascade supercomputer will be available with the new Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors. With these new offerings, Cray customers will be able to customize a Cascade supercomputer with innovative processor technologies that best meets the high performance computing (HPC) needs of their scientific applications. NVIDIA Tesla GPUs and Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors will be available in future versions of Cray's Cascade supercomputer.

Cray's Cascade supercomputer, which is expected to be widely available in 2013, is the next step in Cray's Adaptive Supercomputing vision. The system will feature major advancements to the Cray Linux Environment, Cray's HPC-optimized programming environment, and the next-generation Aries interconnect chipset. Cascade will also feature support for Intel® Xeon® processors -- a first for Cray's high-end systems.

"Cascade will be the first system to combine three key technologies: the latest Intel Xeon CPUs, Cray's next-generation Aries system interconnect, and new Tesla Kepler-based GPUs, the highest performance, most energy-efficient accelerators ever built," said Sumit Gupta, senior director of the Tesla business unit at NVIDIA. "This combination enables applications to scale to tens of thousands of CPU-GPU nodes to solve the world's most complex scientific computing problems."

A number of leading HPC centers around the world have already signed contracts to purchase Cascade systems:

 

  • In July, Cray announced it had signed a contract with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) to provide the Pawsey Centre in Perth, Australia with a Cascade supercomputer and a next-generation Cray Sonexion storage system as part of a $21 million agreement.
  • Also in July, Cray announced it had been awarded a supercomputer contract to provide the Finish IT Center for Science Ltd. (CSC) with a Cascade supercomputer.
  • Cray announced in June that it will install a Cascade supercomputer and a next-generation Cray Sonexion storage system at the Department of Energy's National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) in Berkeley, California as part of a $40 million supercomputing agreement.
  • In December 2011, Cray announced it was awarded a contract to provide a Cascade supercomputer to the Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies (ACMS) at Kyoto University in Kyoto, Japan.
  • In October 2010, Cray announced it had signed a contract with the University of Stuttgart to provide a Cascade system to the High Performance Computing Centre Stuttgart (HLRS) in Germany.

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Die scheinen etwas zu konsolidieren momentan oder liegt es an der gumpigen US-Börse?

Könnten sich noch entwickeln im September:

 

On  tour:

http://www.cray.com/About/CrayEvents.aspx

 

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Von wem sind die Schweizer Supercomputer im Tessin?

http://www.videoportal.sf.tv/video?id=57fe343e-3542-45d9-a3c0-4d954e253e4b

 

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Ich will nicht behaupten sie seien von Cray, auch wenn sie dort schon seit 20 Jahren stehen.

Blum 3

Möglich wäre es aber durchaus.

Jedenfalls haben die Cray, man staune, sogar die Apple überholt.

http://www.mysmartrend.com/news-briefs/news-watch/cray-has-highest-proje...

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Cray Inc. to Present at ThinkEquity's 9th Annual Growth Conference: G9


Sep 10, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) --Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) announced today that Paul Hiemstra, Director, Treasury and Investor Relations, will be presenting at ThinkEquity's 9th Annual Growth Conference: G9 at the Le Parker Meridien in New York City. The Cray presentation will be held on Thursday, Sept. 13, at 4:00 p.m. EDT.

The Cray presentation will be available to the public via live audio webcast. To listen to the webcast, go to the Investors section of the Cray website at http://investors.cray.com. An archived version of the webcast will be available on the Cray website for 90 days.

About Cray Inc.
As a global leader in supercomputing, Cray provides highly advanced supercomputers and world-class services and support to government, industry and academia. Cray technology is designed to enable scientists and engineers to achieve remarkable breakthroughs by accelerating performance, improving efficiency and extending the capabilities of their most demanding applications. Cray's Adaptive Supercomputing vision is focused on delivering innovative next-generation products that integrate diverse processing technologies into a unified architecture, allowing customers to surpass today's limitations and meeting the market's continued demand for realized performance. Go to www.cray.com for more information.

Cray is a registered trademark of Cray Inc. in the United States and other countries.
Cray Media:
        Nick Davis
        206/701-2123
        pr@cray.com
        Cray Investors:
        Paul Hiemstra
        206/701-2044
        ir@cray.com
 

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Infotime heute

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Eptinger hat am 12.09.2012 - 21:55 folgendes geschrieben:

http://investors.cray.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=98390&p=irol-irhome

Danke, jetzt kann man's hören...

 

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Super! Kaum ist man mal 2 Tage weg, schon passiert was Gutes.


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Wer heisst Wunderlich?

:crazy::wacko:

 

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Nein aber vergiss es auch, der verdient seinen Namen!

:help::evil::crazy::cool:

http://www.wunderlichsecurities.com/

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Aber dann lasst den Wunderlich doch auf seine 15.- laufen, das ist ja nicht so schlecht, wir machen dann weiter bis 20.-. Ich betrachte das eher als Kaufgelegeheit,wenn was innert nur 60 Minuten 50 Cents abschmiert wegen einem Wunderlich-Rating.

Blum 3

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Wer gestern raus ist, über 13.- irgendwo, kann's nochmals packen bei Gelegenheit, so man dabei sein will. Der Oktober/November hat auch noch einiges parat.

:wink::yes:

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Nun könnte der Titel aber schon nachhaltig die 13.- passieren und gegen 13.50/14.- marschieren, so zum Warmlaufen, bis dann gespurtet wird.


 Biggrin


Inzwischen hat sich bestimmt auch der Wunderlich damit eindecken können, sollte man annehem. Über 13.- waren wir heute schon.


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Nun sind sie wieder unter 13.-. Was ist da los heute. Weiss jemand etwas?:roll:

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Vermutlich wegen HPQ, die haben sich gestern und heute ein blaues Auge geholt und ihre eigenen Erwartungen gedämpft. Blum 3 Vielleicht hat Wunderlich kalte Füsse bekommen und nun seine Stückli wieder geschmissen.


Man sollte HPQ und Cray nicht vergleichen, ist nicht so ganz das gleiche.


 

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Bin mal raus da bei 13.26 heute.


Eignet sich nun offenbar zum Daytraden?:P Komme bei Gelegenheit zrück.


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Gute Nachrichten

Das darf man noch wissen, schön für Cray.
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Manchmal kommt es über Nacht.


IU to Acquire Nation's Fastest University-Owned Supercomputer


 
Oct 09, 2012 -- Indiana University and Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) announced today that the university plans to replace its largest supercomputer system, Big Red, with the fastest university-owned supercomputer in the nation. Named Big Red II, the next-generation Cray XK supercomputer will be capable of one thousand trillion floating-point operations per second, or one petaFLOPS.


Big Red II will be developed and deployed through a joint effort between Cray and IU to provide an innovative supercomputer that advances research particularly in areas related to big data. The system will combine the longstanding leadership of Cray supercomputers and IU-developed technology for movement, management and analysis of massive data sets. The university plans to install the new system in its state-of-the-art data center in spring 2013.


"IU's new Cray supercomputer will ensure we stay at the forefront of the use of high-speed and data-intensive computation in some of the most vital and complex research in the world, and the decision to acquire the fastest university-owned supercomputer is the latest evidence of how important the highest speed computation is to our researchers and scientists," IU President Michael A. McRobbie said. "It has enabled them to obtain extensive funding for their research that they would not otherwise been able to get and has enabled them to continue to stay at the leading edge of their disciplines.


"Big Red II will accelerate discovery and allow new research by hundreds of IU scientists and scholars right across the university including in medicine, biology, physics, chemistry, astronomy, network science, sustainability science, global climate research, public health, and, of course, informatics and computer science. It will also play a major role in the recruitment of new faculty in these and other areas who will make use of Big Red II and its huge data processing capabilities."


The new system will be unique among supercomputers owned by U.S. universities. The new Cray will have more than 21,000 processor cores, high-performance GPUs, and an extremely fast Cray Gemini Interconnect. It will include the newest NVIDIA GPU accelerators and the latest AMD processors with 16 cores each. Big Red II represents a substantial capability leap forward for IU over Big Red's 4,100 cores. 


"We are excited and honored that Indiana University has selected a Cray supercomputer to become the next Big Red system," said Peter Ungaro, president and CEO of Cray Inc. "The university is widely known as a leader in the academic circles of high performance computing, and we look forward to collaborating with IU and providing their researchers, scientists and students with the unique performance and capability found only in a Cray."


"Big Red II is the next step in executing IU's strategic IT plans in support of the university," said Brad Wheeler, IU vice president for information technology and CIO. "Using the original Big Red, IU researchers have secured more than $253 million in grant funding, and we foresee a similar positive impact being made by Big Red II. The key importance of these systems has been in the discoveries they have enabled, represented in thousands of published papers produced by the IU scientists who have used them. Big Red has been an extraordinary value for IU over its almost seven years of service, and the frontiers with Big Red II will be even more expansive."


Andrew Saykin is one of many IU researchers whose important work will be aided by the new supercomputer.


"Data sets of unprecedented scope can facilitate new discoveries regarding the brain, genome, disease and therapies but computational power has become a major bottleneck to scientific progress," said Saykin, Raymond C. Beeler Professor of Radiology at the IU School of Medicine and director of the IU Center for Neuroimaging. "To analyze the entire human genome in relation to longitudinal changes on brain MRI and PET scans in over 800 individuals, we need significantly more computing power than is available today. This new supercomputer is an exciting development that will undoubtedly enable new discoveries by many investigators at IU and beyond."


IU's Pervasive Technology Institute (PTI) leaders already have plans for using Big Red II to develop new techniques and tools, including Beth Plale, PTI managing director and director of IU's Data to Insight Center; Andrew Lumsdaine (director) and Thomas Sterling (chief scientist and associate director) of IU's Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies; and Geoffrey C. Fox, director of IU's Digital Science Center.


"Cray's leading capabilities for petaFLOPS systems, PTI innovations that create new software tools, and IU Research Technologies' ability to provide university-wide support to all disciplines are a highly unique combination that will accelerate many frontiers of research," said Craig Stewart, PTI executive director and associate dean of research technologies. "This is a first in my more than three decades of work on research technologies."


The original Big Red, which was the fastest university-owned system of its kind when it was installed in 2006, is now considered old by supercomputer standards. In fact, when it is retired in early 2013 it will have outlasted the typical operating lifespan for a supercomputer by more than two years.


Through the years, IU has made significant investments in its high performance computing resources, resulting in a number of "firsts." For example, in 2001, IU's Research SP was the first university-owned supercomputer capable of 1 teraflops processing capability; in 2003, IU achieved the first distributed Linux cluster achieving more than 1 teraflops on standard benchmark applications; and in 2006 Big Red was the fastest academic supercomputer in the United States. 


This partnership with Cray resulted from a thorough competitive bid process. IU and Cray expect to finalize the last details of the contract within the next few weeks, and Big Red II will use IU's high-speed Lustre file system, based on DDN storage hardware.

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Läuft wieder ganz flott seit gestern. Danke.


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Wieso gehen die jetzt wieder runter? ist was? ich sehe nichts. Waren doch gute Meldungen.


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Nichts ist los. Alles im grünen Bereich.


AMD hat eine Gewinnwarnung durchgegeben, die sind aber vorwiegend Chiphersteller. Hat mit Cray nichts zu tun.


Blum 3 Du kannst also trotzdem gut schlafen.

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Cray Expands Storage and Data Management Team

Oct 18, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) --Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY), the world's leading expert in large-scale parallel storage systems for high performance computing (HPC), today announced it has strengthened its storage and data management team with the addition of key individuals from SystemFabricWorks (SFW), a recognized leader in storage interconnect solutions and software. Through an agreement with SFW, Cray has hired the majority of SFW's employees as Cray continues its leadership in developing and deploying high-performance production parallel file system solutions for the HPC and Big Data marketplaces.


Among the SFW employees now working at Cray are Robert (Bob) Pearson, the former CEO of SFW, and Bill Boas, previously the vice president of business development for SFW and a co-founder of the Open Fabric Alliance. A number of highly-skilled engineers from SFW have also joined Cray's storage and data management team, significantly enhancing Cray's expertise in Lustre-based storage solutions. SFW is continuing its operations with a new management team.


"Expanding our team with some of the top storage and Infiniband engineering experts is an important step in continuing to drive Cray's growth in the storage market," said Barry Bolding, Cray's vice president of storage and data management. "Our expanding base of HPC storage customers have demanding integration and deployment requirements and are looking for vendors like Cray that have experience in both storage and storage interconnects such as Infiniband. At Cray, we are creating a storage team with the design expertise and best practices that are critical to the performance, management and scalability of parallel storage systems over time."


Bolding added, "This announcement is another positive milestone in a recent string of new customer announcements for our scale-out Sonexion storage system, as well as our portfolio of storage offerings from partners such as Data Direct Networks and NetApp. It's an exciting time for our team and we're looking forward to the future."


To date, Cray has shipped more than 50 petabytes of storage capacity in 2012, and has delivered Cray Sonexion storage systems to customers in the energy, government and academic market segments. As part of the Blue Waters supercomputer at the University of Illinois' National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Cray recently installed a 36-cabinet, 25 petabyte Sonexion storage system capable of delivering more than one terabyte-per-second of I/O bandwidth performance to more than 25,000 compute nodes.


In June, Cray announced it will deliver a next-generation Sonexion storage system to the Department of Energy's National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) that will scale to more than six petabytes of usable storage and more than 140 gigabytes per second of sustained aggregate IO performance. A number of other leading HPC centers around the world have already signed contracts for Sonexion storage systems, including the Pawsey Centre in Perth, Australia, and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS) in Lugano, Switzerland.


The Cray Sonexion storage system is a fully integrated, Cray-supported scale-out Lustre storage system for HPC. The system's modular, compact design keeps costs low and provides precision scalability for HPC clusters and applications of all types.


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