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YarcData Releases Upgrade to Its uRiKA Graph Analytics Appliance
Oct 23, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) --YarcData, a Cray (NASDAQ: CRAY) company dedicated to providing "Big Data" graph analytics solutions to enterprises, today announced the uRiKA Fall 2012 Release -- a major upgrade to its uRiKA Big Data appliance for graph analytics. YarcData's uRiKA appliance enables real-time discovery of unknown and hidden information, such as patterns in Big Data, empowering business decision makers with rapid hypothesis validation for improved decision making.The uRiKA Fall 2012 Release, which is available now, adds substantial new standards-based capabilities that reduce uRiKA's "time-to-production" with new features that enhance uRiKA's ease-of-use and ability to manage the graph analytics appliance within the enterprise. The upgrade also boosts functionality and performance on complex graph analytics inquiries.Release highlights include the following added capabilities:
•Compatibility with the soon-to-be-released 1.1 version of the SPARQL open standard. SPARQL/RDF is an industry standard for graph analytics sponsored by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and YarcData is committed to supporting the SPARQL/RDF open standard for graph analytics.•YarcData Graph Analytics Manager (GAM), an intuitive, easy-to-use tool and user interface for managing complex graph analytics projects in an IT environment inside the enterprise. GAM enables IT administrators to manage the graph analytics in a paradigm similar to traditional database management tools. Based on Java, GAM includes a variety of enterprise ready capabilities, including security (authentication, authorization and access controls), monitoring, checkpointing, timelining and auditing.•Enhanced graph analytics query functionality and performance, including dynamic updating of complex graphs in real time to enable decision-support in dynamic, rapidly-evolving information environments, support for managing massive results sets for complex graph queries on Big Data graphs, enhanced support for query parallelization for fast graph search, and improving big data graph ingest through improved compression.•Enhanced integration and interoperability with the existing enterprise analytics environment, including XML/RDF compatibility so that translation of documents in diverse formats can be done natively as different data sources are brought together, the ability to parse out specified size results for use with standard visualization and reporting tools, and support for global datasets across all languages and formats to enable cross-language, cross-script relationship discovery.
The uRiKA Fall 2012 Release is a major step towards making graph analytics mainstream by making the uRiKA system even easier to use and adopt by enterprises. The uRiKA system's advanced capabilities, which were previously in the hands of early adopters, can now be easily deployed by corporate IT environments."The Fall 2012 Release of the uRiKA appliance demonstrates YarcData's continuing commitment to graph analytics, Big Data, and the semantic web. We are very excited to be among the first to receive this release with its significant increase in features, functions and performance," said Gil Miller, Corporate Vice President and CTO of Noblis."Big Data graph-analytics are increasingly used to reveal unknown, unexpected or hidden relationships in a wide range of markets, including financial services, health sciences, energy, transportation, Internet commerce and others," said Arvind Parthasarathi, president of YarcData. "Our uRiKA appliance combined with the enhanced capabilities in this release gives our current and future customers the world's most powerful, easy-to-use platform for exploiting the power of graph analytics."The uRiKA appliance is available via subscription-based pricing.
About the uRiKA ApplianceYarcData's uRiKA system is a Big Data appliance for graph analytics. The uRiKA system helps enterprises reveal unknown, unexpected or hidden relationships in Big Data by creating a highly scalable, real-time warehouse that supports ad hoc queries, pattern-based searches, inferencing and deduction. The uRiKA system is a purpose-built appliance for graph analytics featuring graph-optimized hardware that provides up to 512 terabytes of global shared memory, massively-multithreaded graph processors supporting 128 threads/processor, and highly scalable I/O with data ingest rates of up to 350 terabytes per hour -- and an RDF/SPARQL database optimized for the underlying hardware enabling applications to interact with the appliance using industry standard interfaces. The uRiKA system complements an existing data warehouse or Hadoop cluster by offloading graph workloads and interoperating within the existing analytics workflow. Subscription pricing for on-premise deployment of the appliance eases the adoption of the uRiKA system into existing IT environments.
About YarcDataYarcData delivers business-focused real-time graph analytics for enterprises to gain business insight by discovering unknown relationships in Big Data. Early adopters include the Canadian government, Institute of Systems Biology, Mayo Clinic, Noblis, Sandia National Labs, and the United States government. Started as a division of Cray Inc., the YarcData business is in the process of transitioning to a subsidiary, YarcData LLC, a Cray company. YarcData is based in the San Francisco bay area and more information is at www.yarcdata.com.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.
Da gab es noch News Anfang Woche:
ORNL Debut of Cray XK7 "Titan" System Marks Launch of Cray's Newest Line of Supercomputers
New Cray XK7 Systems to Leverage AMD Opteron Processors and Latest GPU Accelerators From NVIDIAOct 29, 2012 -- Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced the launch of the Company's new series of production hybrid supercomputers -- the Cray XK7 system -- in conjunction with today's debut of the Cray XK7 supercomputer nicknamed "Titan" located at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Titan is capable of more than 20 petaflops of high performance computing (HPC) power and is the world's most powerful supercomputer for open science.
The Titan system is a 200-cabinet Cray XK7 supercomputer with18,688 compute nodes each consisting of a16-Core AMD Opteron™ 6200 Series processor and an NVIDIA® Tesla® K20 GPU Accelerator. Titan was upgraded from a Cray XT5 supercomputer nicknamed "Jaguar."
The transformation from Jaguar to Titan is another significant milestone in the collaborative partnership between Cray and ORNL that has produced groundbreaking HPC accomplishments. In 2008, Jaguar set a world record for computer speed with sustained performance of more than one petaflops on two scientific applications, and the system subsequently passed that threshold a total of five times on real-world applications. In 2009, Jaguar claimed the number one spot on the list of the fastest supercomputers in the world. In October 2011, Cray announced it had received a contract to upgrade Jaguar to Titan and equip the system with NVIDIA Tesla 20-series GPUs; and today, the Cray XK7 system made its debut.
"Today's unveiling of the Titan supercomputer is an exciting moment for Oak Ridge and the Department of Energy's Office of Science, and while the system is currently going through the acceptance process, all of us at Cray share in the enthusiasm that surrounds this amazing tool for open science," said Peter Ungaro, president and CEO of Cray. "The Titan supercomputer is an incredibly powerful Cray XK7 system combining innovative technologies from companies such as AMD and NVIDIA, surrounded by a tightly-integrated Cray hardware and software infrastructure. With today's launch of the Cray XK7, we can now offer our customers the same technologies found in one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world."
The Cray XK7 system features the latest production hybrid supercomputing technologies. By combining the features of the proven high performance Gemini interconnect, the new NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPUs and the 16-core AMD Opteron processors, the Cray XK7 system is capable of scaling to more than 50 petaflops of performance.
The Cray XK7 supercomputer also features a unified CPU/GPU programming environment that provides users with validated tools, libraries, compilers and third-party software, fully integrated with the system's hardware. When combined with the Cray Linux Environment, the result is a hybrid supercomputer that blends scalable hardware, software and network. Cray XK7 customers will be able to utilize the capabilities of a multi-purpose supercomputer designed for the next-generation of many-core, HPC applications.
Upgradeable from Cray XT4, Cray XT5, Cray XT6, Cray XE6 or Cray XK6 systems, the Cray XK7 supercomputer is available now. The system can be configured in a single cabinet with tens of compute nodes, to a multi-cabinet system with tens of thousands of compute nodes.
Additional information on the Cray XK7 supercomputer, including a brochure and technical details, can be found on the Cray XK7 system page on the Cray website.
Titan is currently going through the system acceptance process. Cray will not recognize the remaining revenue associated with this system until it has been accepted, and the timing of such acceptance remains uncertain.
für Investierte und Interessierte...Cray ist toll im Schuss:
Cray XE6 Series of Supercomputers Now Available With New AMD Opteron 6300 Series Processors
Nov 05, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) --Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced the Cray XE6 and Cray XE6m supercomputers are now available with the new AMD Opteron™ 6300 Series processor, using its next-generation "Piledriver" core. With a performance-per-watt that is up to 40 percent higher than prior generations, these new AMD (NYSE: AMD) Opteron processors are designed to enhance power efficiency with more application performance within the same power budget."Cray supercomputers are specifically designed to allow our customers to easily upgrade their systems so they can take advantage of the latest, most innovative processing technologies while also reducing their total-cost-of-ownership over the life of the system," said Peg Williams, Cray's senior vice president of high performance computing systems. "We believe the new AMD Opteron 6300 Series processors will significantly improve the performance and efficiency for Cray customers upgrading their current Cray XE6 and Cray XE6m systems. We look forward to delivering this capability to our customers.""This next generation of AMD Opteron processors will provide researchers and scientists with the ability to expand the computational power of their Cray XE6 series of supercomputers," said Suresh Gopalakrishman, General Manager, Server, AMD. "AMD is committed to developing processor technologies that address some of the world's most computationally complex and sophisticated problems, and we are pleased that Cray customers can leverage the upgradeability of their Cray XE6 systems to take on these challenges."The Cray XE6 series of supercomputer combines the Gemini system interconnect with powerful AMD Opteron processors and is designed to bring production petascale computing to an expanded base of HPC users. Fully upgradeable from the Cray XT5 and Cray XT6 line of supercomputers, the Cray XE6 series deliver improved interconnect performance and network resiliency, a mature and scalable software environment, and the ability to run a broad array of ISV applications with the latest version of the Cray Linux Environment. This collection of industry-leading features provides Cray XE6 users with a supercomputing system that combines true scalable performance with production reliability.
Cray ist toll im Schuss:
Cray ist toll im Schuss:
Aber ja natürlich, muss schon so sein, am Freitag kommen Zahlen:
Cray Inc. to Announce Third Quarter 2012 Financial Results on Friday, November 9
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 5, 2012-- Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (Nasdaq: CRAY) plans to host an investor conference call on Friday, Nov. 9 at 5:00 a.m. PST (8:00 a.m. EST) to discuss its third quarter 2012 financial results. The call will feature a discussion by senior management followed by a question and answer session.
Conference Call InformationTo access the call, please dial into the conference at least 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the call at (855) 894-4205 and provide the conference ID #65020258. To listen to the audio webcast, go to the Investors section of the Cray website at http://investors.cray.com.
If you are unable to attend the live conference call, an audio webcast replay will be available in the Investors section of the Cray website for 180 days. For those without Internet access, a replay of the conference call will also be available by dialing (855) 859-2056, and entering the conference ID #65020258. The conference call replay will be available for 72 hours, beginning at 8:00 a.m. PST (11:00 a.m. EST) on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012.
Wiederum eine sehr schöne Nachricht:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Selects YarcData for Healthcare Fraud Detection Program
Nov 06, 2012 -- YarcData, a Cray (NASDAQ: CRAY) company dedicated to providing "Big Data" graph-analytic solutions to enterprise customers, today announced it was awarded a contract to deliver a uRiKA graph-analytics appliance to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Analysts at ORNL will use the uRiKA system as they conduct research in healthcare fraud and analytics for a leading healthcare payer.
In addition to the healthcare fraud detection program, researchers and scientists at ORNL will also apply the capabilities of the uRiKA graph-analytics appliance to other areas of research where data discovery is vital. These potential use cases include healthcare treatment efficacy and outcome analysis, analyzing drugs and side effects, and the analysis of proteins and gene pathways.
"Identifying healthcare fraud and abuse is challenging due to the volume of data, the various types of data, as well as the velocity at which new data is created. YarcData's uRiKA appliance is uniquely suited to take on these challenges, and we are excited to see the results that will come from the strategic analysis of some very large and complex data sets," said Jeff Nichols, Associate Laboratory Director for Computing and Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
"Finding patterns of fraud and abuse in the healthcare industry is a significant challenge, but it is also a problem that the uRiKA graph-analytics appliance is designed to address because of its unique ability to discover unknown or hidden relationships and patterns in large volumes of data," said Arvind Parthasarathi, president of YarcData. "While the types of problems that the Oak Ridge user community is working to solve are extremely dynamic and come with massive amounts of unstructured data, our graph analytics solution will be a valuable resource for connecting the dots."
About the uRiKA Graph-Analytics ApplianceYarcData's uRiKA system is a Big Data appliance for graph analytics that enables enterprises to discover unknown relationships in Big Data. The uRiKA system is a highly scalable, real-time platform that supports ad hoc queries, pattern-based searches, inferencing and deduction. Singularly focused on graph analytics, uRiKA augments existing analytical environments by delivering new high-value discoveries and insights that drive competitive advantage.
About the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)Oak Ridge National Laboratory is managed by UT-Battelle for the Department of Energy. The Energy Department's largest science and energy laboratory, ORNL has a mission of providing solutions to America's greatest scientific challenges.
About YarcDataYarcData, a Cray company, delivers business-focused real-time graph analytics for enterprises to gain business insight by discovering unknown relationships in Big Data. Early adopters include the Canadian government, Institute for Systems Biology, Mayo Clinic, Noblis, Sandia National Laboratories, and the United States government. YarcData is based in the San Francisco bay area and more information is at www.yarcdata.com.
Muss schon sagen, langweilig wird es der Firma sicher nicht :biggrin::cool:
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Presents Sherlock, a YarcData uRiKa System for Unlocking the Secrets of Big Data
Nov 07, 2012 -- The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) and YarcData, a Cray (NASDAQ: CRAY) company, today announced the deployment of "Sherlock," a uRiKA graph-analytics appliance from YarcData for efficiently discovering unknown relationships or patterns "hidden" in extremely large and complex bodies of information. Funded through the Strategic Technologies for Cyberinfrastructure (STCI) program of the National Science Foundation, Sherlock features innovative hardware and software, as well as PSC-specific enhancements, designed to extend the range of applicability to scales not otherwise feasible.
These techniques have been long used by the government and are coming into wider commercial use. Sherlock will focus on extending the domain of applicability of these techniques to a wide range of scientific research projects.
"Sherlock," says Nick Nystrom, PSC director of strategic applications, "provides a unique capability for discovering new patterns and relationships in data. It will help to discover how genes work, probe the dynamics of social networks, and detect the sources of breaches in Internet security." Those diverse challenges, along with many others, he adds, have two important features in common: Their data are naturally expressed as interconnected webs of information called graphs, and data sizes for problems of real-world interest become extremely large.
"Until now, graph analytics has largely been impractical for big data," says Nystrom. This is because, he explains, processing of graph structures requires irregular and unpredictable access to data. On ordinary computers and clusters, nearly all the time is spent waiting for that data to move from memory to processors. Even more challenging, graphs of interest typically cannot be partitioned; their high connectivity prevents dividing them into subgraphs that can be mapped independently onto distributed-memory computers. These factors have precluded large-scale graph analytics, especially for the interactive response times that analysts need to explore data. "YarcData's uRiKA," says Nystrom, "overcomes that barrier through groundbreaking innovations in computer hardware and software."
Sherlock enables large-scale, rapid graph analytics through massive multithreading, a shared address space, sophisticated memory optimizations, a productive user environment, and support for heterogeneous applications -- all packaged as an enterprise-ready appliance. "Sherlock provides researchers with a uniquely powerful tool for doing complex analytics on big data, expanding the capability to address problems of societal importance," says Nystrom.
"Many current approaches to big data have been about 'search' -- the ability to efficiently find something that you know is there in your data," said Arvind Parthasarathi, President of YarcData. "uRiKA was purposely built to solve the problem of 'discovery' in big data -- to discover things, relationships or patterns that you don't know exist. By giving organizations the ability to do much faster hypothesis validation at scale and in real time, we are enabling the solution of business problems that were previously difficult or impossible -- whether it be discovering the ideal patient treatment, investigating fraud, detecting threats, finding new trading algorithms or identifying counter-party risk. Basically, we are systematizing serendipity."
The project complements ongoing leadership in data-intensive computing at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Randal E. Bryant, Dean of the School of Computer Science at CMU, notes, "We're very pleased that the PSC will have this new capability for analyzing large-scale, unstructured graphs. Such data structures pervade many of the big data applications being investigated by researchers in such diverse areas as biology (e.g., the connectivity between molecules in a protein), networks (e.g., the structure of the world-wide web), and artificial intelligence (e.g., the relationships between different concepts.) The uRiKA system will enable scientists to deal with far more complex graphs than would otherwise be possible."
YarcData's uRiKA is a Big Data appliance for graph analytics that enables enterprises to discover unknown relationships in Big Data. uRiKA is a highly-scalable, real-time platform that supports ad hoc queries, pattern based searches, inferencing and deduction. uRiKA is a purpose-built appliance for graph analytics featuring graph-optimized hardware that provides up to 512 terabytes of global shared memory, massively-multithreaded graph processors supporting 128 threads/processor, and an RDF/SPARQL database optimized for the underlying hardware enabling applications to interact with the appliance using industry standard interfaces. Singularly focused on graph analytics, uRiKA augments existing analytical environments by delivering new high-value discoveries and insights that drive competitive advantage.
PSC customized Sherlock with additional nodes having standard x86 processors to add valuable support for heterogeneous applications that use YarcData's Threadstorm nodes as graph accelerators. This heterogeneous capability will enable an even broader class of applications, such as genomics, astrophysics, and structural analyses of complex networks. Sherlock runs an enhanced suite of familiar semantic web software for easy access to powerful analytic functionality, together with common programming languages. PSC's Data Supercell provides complementary, high-performance access to large datasets for ongoing, collaborative analysis.
Prototype projects, led by researchers from across the country, will use Sherlock for research including understanding the natural language of the Web, learning about human social networks involving different types of online and telephone interactions, cluster finding in astrophysics, and genome sequence assembly. For example, Bin Zhang, of the Fox School of Business at Temple University, notes the potential for Sherlock to expand his research into clustering in social networks, "With the help of Sherlock, I can finally observe the true size of social groups in real-world networks of millions to even a billion people. Researchers believe that social group size is larger for online social networks than for traditional groups, but so far it has been impossible to extract groups from large networks and visualize their structures. Sherlock can finally enable us to observe the structure of large social groups and even the whole network." Additional projects will be introduced over time; more information is available at www.psc.edu/sherlock.
About PSC: http://www.psc.eduThe Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is a joint effort of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh together with Westinghouse Electric Company. Established in 1986, PSC is supported by several federal agencies, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and private industry, and is a partner in the National Science Foundation XSEDE program.
Muss schon sagen, langweilig wird es der Firma sicher nicht
Muss schon sagen, langweilig wird es der Firma sicher nicht
Verträge, Verträge, Verträge... :happy::yes:
Cray Unveils the Cray XC30 Supercomputer -- the Next Generation of Its High-End Supercomputing Systems
Nov 08, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) --Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced the launch of the Company's next generation high-end supercomputing systems -- the Cray XC30 supercomputer. Previously code-named "Cascade," the Cray XC30 supercomputer is the Company's most-advanced high performance computing system ever built.The Cray XC30 combines the new Aries interconnect, Intel® Xeon® processors, Cray's powerful and fully-integrated software environment, and innovative power and cooling technologies to create a production supercomputer that is designed to scale high performance computing (HPC) workloads of more than 100 petaflops."After several years of incredibly hard work focused on completing the most ambitious R&D program in our company's history, today's unveiling of the Cray XC30 supercomputer is an exciting moment for Cray employees and our customers who have been eagerly anticipating what is an amazing new system," said Peter Ungaro, president and CEO of Cray. "As a follow on to our most successful, productive line of supercomputers, the Cray XC30 is the realization of our Adaptive Supercomputing vision and will provide researchers, scientists and engineers with a system that can adapt to fit their most demanding applications. We're off to a great start with more than $100 million in contracts for this system, and we believe the Cray XC30 series of supercomputers will allow a broader base of users to leverage the world's most advanced supercomputing technology."Several leading HPC centers have signed contracts to purchase Cray XC30 supercomputers, including:
•The Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS) in Lugano, Switzerland•The Pawsey Centre in Perth, Australia, owned by CSIRO and operated by iVEC•The Finnish IT Center for Science Ltd. (CSC)•The Department of Energy's National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) in Berkeley, Calif.•The Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies (ACCMS) at Kyoto University in Kyoto, Japan•The University of Stuttgart's High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) in Germany
The first customer to sign a Cray XC30 contract was HLRS in Stuttgart back in 2010. "The Cray XC30 system will be a valuable supercomputing resource for our researchers and scientists, as well as for our industrial partners in the automotive and aerospace industries," said Prof. Dr. Michael Resch, director of HLRS. "We have worked closely with Cray over the years to ensure our users are equipped with innovative supercomputing systems that are built with leading-edge supercomputing technology, and we look forward to continuing our collaboration with the Cray XC30."The first in a family of products that will span from technical enterprise computing to the largest systems in the world, the Cray XC30 supercomputer has been engineered to meet the real-world performance challenges of HPC users. Cray's new high-end system features the new HPC-optimized Aries system interconnect; a new Dragonfly topology that frees applications from locality constraints; an innovative cooling system that utilizes a transverse airflow to lower customers' total cost of ownership; the next-generation of the scalable, high performance Cray Linux Environment that also supports a wide range of ISV applications; Cray's HPC optimized programming environment; and the ability to handle a wide variety of processor types including the Intel® Xeon® processors -- a first for Cray's high-end systems."Today's launch of the new Cray XC30 supercomputer is an exciting moment for Cray, Intel and more importantly, the vast HPC user community, which will be able to take advantage of the computational resources of Cray supercomputers powered by Intel® Xeon® E5 processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors and supported by Intel's investments in fabric," said Raj Hazra, Intel VP and general manager of Technical Computing Group. "The Cray XC30 system is specifically designed to deliver sustained performance and scalability, providing researchers and scientists with a powerful, reliable and productive tool for achieving breakthrough innovations and discoveries."The Cray XC30 will utilize the Intel® Xeon® processors E5-2600 product family and with these Intel processors, Cray XC30 systems can scale in excess of one million cores. Additionally, future versions of the Cray XC family of supercomputers will be available with the new Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors and NVIDIA® Tesla® GPUs based on the next-generation NVIDIA Kepler™ GPU computing architecture. With these accelerator and coprocessor options, Cray customers will be able to customize a Cray XC supercomputer with the innovative processor technologies that best meets the HPC needs of their scientific applications.Early shipments of the Cray XC30 are starting now, and systems are expected to be widely available in first quarter of 2013."Cray is a leader in the high-end of the supercomputing industry, and the Cray XC30 system promises to continue the Company's strong standing in the market for designing, building and installing leadership-class supercomputers, such as the 'Titan' system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the 'Blue Waters' supercomputer at the University of Illinois' National Center for Supercomputing Applications," said Earl Joseph, IDC program vice president for HPC. "The Cray XC30 supercomputer also advances Cray's Adaptive Supercomputing vision, which aims to boost application performance for their customers by exploiting hybrid processing."The Cray XC30 supercomputer is made possible in part by Cray's participation in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's (DARPA) High Productivity Computing Systems program.Additional information on the Cray XC30 supercomputer, including product collateral, technical details and a Cray XC30 networking whitepaper can be found on Cray XC30 system page on the Cray website.
Cray Inc. Reports Third Quarter 2012 Results
Company Agrees to Acquire Appro International
Nov 09, 2012 -- Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2012. Revenue for the quarter was $35.7 million compared to $36.7 million in the prior year period. The Company reported a net loss for the quarter of ($5.2 million) or ($0.14) diluted loss per share compared to a net loss of ($12.2 million) or ($0.35) per share in the third quarter of 2011.
Revenue for the nine-month period ended September 30, 2012 was $232.2 million compared with $144.5 million in the prior year period. Net income was $147.2 million or $3.92 diluted income per share for the first nine months of 2012 compared to a net loss of ($16.7 million) or ($0.48) per share in the prior year period. Excluding the $139.1 million pre-tax gain from a development program divestiture to Intel in the second quarter of 2012, operating income for the first nine months of 2012 was $12.8 million, compared to an operating loss of ($16.1 million) in the prior year period.
The first nine months of 2012 operating results included non-cash costs of $6.1 million for depreciation and amortization and $4.2 million related to stock compensation expense.
Total gross profit margin for the third quarter of 2012 was 48% compared to 44% for the third quarter of 2011. For the third quarter of 2012, product margin was 43% and service margin was 54%.
Operating expenses for the third quarter of 2012 were $25.3 million compared to $28.6 million in the prior year period. The third quarter of 2012 results also included non-cash costs of $2.0 million for depreciation and amortization and $1.8 million for stock compensation expense. Gross margins and operating expenses benefited from a partial reduction of the Company's year-to-date incentive-based compensation accrual.
As of September 30, 2012, cash and investments totaled $283 million compared to $223 million as of June 30, 2012.
Separately today, the Company announced it signed a definitive agreement to acquire Appro International, Inc., a leading provider of cluster solutions in the high performance computing market, for approximately $25 million in cash, which assumes at least a $3.5 million net working capital balance at closing, with no debt. The transaction is expected to close relatively soon, possibly in the next few days or weeks, subject to customary closing conditions.
"We made good progress on our strategic roadmap in the third quarter, highlighted by several significant wins around the world for our new Cray XC30 supercomputer, previously called Cascade, which we launched yesterday," said Peter Ungaro, president and CEO of Cray. "We are also very excited by the opportunities created with our planned acquisition of Appro. When taken together with our three growth initiatives which continue to make solid gains in the market, we are building a broad portfolio of offerings across the HPC and Big Data markets, providing us with multiple high growth opportunities."
Ungaro added, "We recently achieved a major milestone by completing installation and beginning the acceptance process at both the University of Illinois for their Blue Waters supercomputer and at Oak Ridge National Laboratory for their Titan system -- both are central to our 2012 outlook. While we still have a lot of work left to do in order to get these systems fully accepted, it is exciting to have installed two of the largest supercomputers on the planet. With continued progress we are positioned to deliver very strong results for the year."
A wide range of results remains possible for 2012. While many variables may impact our results, the most significant is the timing of the acceptances of the Blue Waters and Titan supercomputers, which together could represent roughly $180 million in product revenue. These are two of the largest systems we have ever built and both are on tight timelines due to previous delays of third-party components. Assuming acceptance of these systems occurs in 2012, as currently planned, we anticipate total revenue to be in the range of $450 million for the year.
For 2012, overall gross margins are anticipated to be in the 35% range and total operating expenses are expected to be about $120 million. Based on this outlook, we expect to be solidly profitable for 2012, independent of the $139 million pre-tax gain on the development program divestiture that occurred during the second quarter.
The impact of the planned acquisition of Appro is not included in our 2012 outlook as the transaction is not yet closed.
The Company's 2012 effective income tax rate is currently projected to be about 5-8%, but is dependent on a number of variables.
For 2013, while it is very early in the annual budgeting cycle, based on the current outlook for 2012 and assuming successful completion of the Appro acquisition in 2012 as planned, we expect revenue to grow slightly as compared to 2012. Gross margins for 2013 are anticipated to be in the mid-30% range. Total operating expenses for 2013 are anticipated to increase significantly year-over-year due to increased investments in our storage and big data initiatives, completion of our DARPA program, annual compensation increases, as well as the Appro acquisition. The acquisition is expected to contribute at least $60 million in revenue and add about $15 million in operating expenses in 2013 (excluding potential purchase cost adjustments). Based on this outlook, we expect to be profitable for 2013.
The Company's 2013 effective income tax rate is currently projected to be about 40% but is dependent on a number of variables. Due to the Company's substantial net operating loss carryforwards, the quarterly and annual income tax provision is expected to be largely non-cash.
Actual results for any future period are subject to large fluctuations given the nature of Cray's business.
•Today, November 9, Cray announced plans to acquire Appro International.•In November, Cray formally launched its next generation high-end system, the Cray XC30 supercomputer, previously code-named "Cascade". Cray has signed more than $100 million in contracts for this new system to be installed at sites around the world.•In November, YarcData, Cray's subsidiary in Big Data graph analytics, announced two new contracts for uRiKA graph appliances. Oak Ridge will use a uRiKA graph appliance in a healthcare fraud detection program, and Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center recently deployed a uRiKA system called "Sherlock" to be used in a wide range of scientific research projects, including gene biology, social network analysis and cybersecurity. During the third quarter, YarcData launched the uRiKA Fall 2012 Release, adding substantial new standards-based capabilities that reduce uRiKA's "time-to-production" with new features that enhance uRiKA's ease-of-use and ability to manage the graph analytics appliance within the enterprise.•In November, Cray announced that the Cray XE6 and Cray XE6m supercomputers are now available with the new AMD Opteron 6300 Series processor, using AMD's next-generation "Piledriver" core.•In October, Cray launched a new series of production hybrid supercomputers -- the Cray XK7 system -- in conjunction with the debut of the Cray XK7 supercomputer nicknamed "Titan" located at Oak Ridge. Titan is capable of more than 20 petaflops and is the world's most powerful supercomputer for open science.•In October, through an agreement with SystemFabricWorks, Cray expanded its storage and data management team with the addition of key individuals from SystemFabricWorks, a recognized leader in storage interconnect solutions and software. As part of the Blue Waters supercomputer, Cray recently installed a 36-cabinet, 25 petabyte Sonexion storage system which is expected to deliver more than one terabyte-per-second of I/O bandwidth performance to more than 25,000 compute nodes. •In October, Cray announced that Indiana University plans to replace its largest supercomputer system with a next generation Cray XK supercomputer. Once installed, the system named Big Red II is expected to be the fastest university-owned supercomputer in the U.S.•In September, Cray was awarded a contract to provide the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre with a 750 teraflop Cray XC30 supercomputer and a next-generation Cray Sonexion storage system.•In August, Cray was awarded a contract to install a Cray XE6m at the University of Miami which will be used to study hydrocarbon research in the Gulf of Mexico in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon incident and Hurricane Isaac.•In August, Cray announced it would add NVIDIA Kepler GPUs to its new Cray XC30 supercomputer. This future functionality comes in addition to Cray's previously disclosed future support of Intel's Xeon Phi coprocessor.
Conference Call Information
Cray will host a conference call today, Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 at 5:00 a.m. PST (8:00 a.m. EST) to discuss its third quarter 2012 financial results. To access the call, please dial into the conference at least 10 minutes prior to the beginning of the call at 1- 855-894-4205 and provide the conference ID #65020258. To listen to the audio webcast, go to the Investors section of the Cray website at http://investors.cray.com.
If you are unable to attend the live conference call, an audio webcast replay will be available in the Investors section of the Cray website for 180 days. For those without Internet access, a replay of the conference call will also be available by dialing (855) 859-2056, and entering the conference ID #65020258. The conference call replay will be available for 72 hours, beginning at 8:00 a.m. PST (11:00 a.m. EST) on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012.
Nun, da braucht es von mir keinen Kommentr mehr:
15:23:4609-11-2012 12:41 DJ MARKET TALK: Cray on Tight Leash in Finishing Projects in 2012
6:41 EST - Much-better-than-anticipated 3Q results from CRAY as the supercomputer maker also announced a $25M acquisition of peer Appro. But the 4Q isn't set in stone, CRAY admits, as the company's 2 biggest-ever systems are hoped to be delivered by year's end and generate revenue for CRAY this year. But "both are on tight timelines due to previous delays of third-party components." Assuming the year-end target is met, the company anticipates slightly higher revenue next year, including Appro, from this year's projected $450M, the high end of prior views. The 2 analysts which have thus far given estimates to Thomson Reuters--and they don't include the acquisition--both projected $402M for 2013. CRAY, inactive premarket, is up 86% this year. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Wirklich Klasse. Auch wenn der Kurs im vergangenen, traurigen Umfeld Mühe hatte, heute hat die Cray wieder bewiesen, was sie fähig sind.
Man muss halt unterscheiden können, wenn eine Grossfirma Pech hat im PC-Bereich, heisst das ja nicht, dass die Supercomputer von Cray nicht Erfolg haben können. Sie haben Erfolg. Hoffe, dass alles noch gut reingeht in diesem Jahr, denke aber schon.
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23-11-2012 11:00 DJ Cray Files 8K - Asset Acquisition Or Disposition >CRAYName Letzter VeränderungCRAY ORD 13.57 - (-)
Cray Inc. (CRAY) filed a Form 8K - Acquisition or Disposition of Assets - with the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission on November 21, 2012.
On November 21, 2012, Cray Inc., a Washington corporation ("Cray"), through its wholly owned subsidiary, Astro Acquisition Corp., a California corporation ("Sub"), consummated its acquisition of Appro International, Inc., a California corporation ("Appro"), pursuant to the previously announced Agreement and Plan of Merger (the "Merger Agreement"), dated November 8, 2012, by and among Cray, Sub, Appro and Geun-Bum (Daniel) Kim, as the Shareholders' Agent. The aggregate merger consideration paid to Appro's securityholders, including holders of vested and outstanding options to purchase shares of Appro common stock, was equal to approximately $21.8 million in cash, which reflects certain transaction expenses paid and working capital adjustments that were made in connection with the acquisition and as are set forth in the Merger Agreement.
Pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in the Merger Agreement, Sub merged (the "Merger") with and into Appro with Appro continuing as the surviving corporation and as a wholly owned subsidiary of Cray after the Merger. As a result of the Merger and pursuant to the Merger Agreement, at the effective time of the Merger: (i) each share of Appro capital stock (other than dissenting shares and shares owned by Appro) was automatically converted into a right to receive a portion of the merger consideration as allocated in accordance with the terms of the Merger Agreement; (ii) all vested and outstanding options to purchase shares of Appro common stock were canceled in exchange for the right to receive a portion of the merger consideration; and (iii) an amount of cash equal to approximately $3.1 million of the merger consideration was placed in escrow as security for the indemnification obligations of the Appro shareholders as set forth in an escrow agreement and the Merger Agreement.
In addition, certain of Appro's former employees who continue in employment with Cray will be eligible to participate in a new Cray Bonus Plan (the "Bonus Plan") that became effective as of the date of the Merger. Employees who participate in the Bonus Plan will be eligible to receive cash bonuses contingent upon achievement of certain performance metrics related to the contribution of Appro's business to Cray during fiscal 2013 and 2014. The aggregate maximum amount of cash bonuses payable under the Bonus Plan is capped at $10.6 million.
A copy of the Merger Agreement is attached as Exhibit 2.1 and is incorporated herein by reference. The foregoing description of the Merger Agreement is qualified in its entirety by reference to the full text of the Merger Agreement.
The full text of this SEC filing can be retrieved at: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/949158/000119312512479005/d442220...
Any exhibits and associated documents for this SEC filing can be retrieved at: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/949158/000119312512479005/0001193...
Public companies must file a Form 8-K, or current report, with the SEC generally within four days of any event that could materially affect a company's financial position or the value of its shares.
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Inzwischen ist der Kurs bei 15.- drüber. :smile::cool:
Bin zwar grad draussen aber trotzdem nette Infos:
YarcData Joins World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to Promote SPARQL and RDF Standards
Dec 11, 2012 (Marketwire via COMTEX) --YarcData, a Cray (NASDAQ: CRAY) company dedicated to providing "Big Data" graph-analytic solutions to enterprises, today announced that it has joined the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which is an international community that develops open web standards.The W3C's mission is to lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing protocols and guidelines that ensure the long-term growth of the web. As a W3C member, YarcData will join working groups for Linked Data and RDF in support of W3C's goal to provide a semantic web environment that is available in a standard, reachable, and manageable format. YarcData's graph analytics appliance, uRiKA, utilizes RDF and SPARQL in its graph database."We are excited to have YarcData on board as W3C members," said Dr. Jeffrey Jaffe, Chief Executive Officer of the Worldwide Web Consortium. "SPARQL and RDF are key technologies for the analysis of Big Data available on the World Wide Web and we are pleased to see YarcData's commitment to the next generation of the web of data."Shoaib Mufti, vice president of research and development at YarcData, recently attended the W3C's annual Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee (TPAC) meeting, which brought together more than 450 W3C members from around the world. Held in Lyon, France, this year's meeting featured a variety of breakout sessions on the future of the web and how it is disrupting and impacting many diverse industries."We believe that RDF and SPARQL are quickly becoming leading standards for graph analytics, and that they will become to graph analytics what SQL is to relational databases," said Mufti. "We are very pleased to be a part of the community supporting the W3C, and we look forward to collaborating with fellow technology innovators to encourage and assist in developing web standards that are important for enabling previously intractable discovery in Big Data."
About the World Wide Web ConsortiumThe World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an international consortium where Member organizations, a full-time staff, and the public work together to develop Web standards and guidelines designed to ensure long-term growth for the Web. Nearly 400 organizations are Members of the Consortium. W3C is jointly run by the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (MIT CSAIL) in the USA, the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM) headquartered in France, and Keio University in Japan, and has 20 outreach offices worldwide. For more information see http://www.w3.org.About the uRiKA Graph-Analytics ApplianceYarcData's uRiKA system is a Big Data appliance for graph analytics that enables enterprises to discover unknown relationships in Big Data. The uRiKA system is a highly scalable, real-time platform that supports ad hoc queries, pattern-based searches, inferencing and deduction. Singularly focused on graph analytics, uRiKA augments existing analytical environments by delivering new high-value discoveries and insights that drive competitive advantage.About YarcDataYarcData, a Cray company, delivers business-focused, real-time graph analytics for enterprises to gain business insight by discovering unknown relationships in Big Data. Early adopters include the Canadian government, Institute for Systems Biology, Mayo Clinic, Noblis, Sandia National Laboratories, and the United States government. YarcData is based in the San Francisco bay area and more information is available at www.yarcdata.com.
Da kommen zu Weihnachten noch gute Nachrichten daher, Stimmung
Cray Awarded $39 Million Supercomputer Contract From the North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN)
Dec 17, 2012 -- Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced the Company has been awarded a $39 million contract from the North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN) to deliver a distributed Cray XC30 supercomputing system, which will be operated at two sites -- the Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) and the High Performance Computing Center (RRZN) at Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany.
HLRN is an alliance amongst seven states in Northern Germany -- Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen, and Schleswig-Holstein -- that have combined resources and secured funding from the state governments and the German federal government to acquire the new Cray XC30 systems.
The HLRN sites in Berlin and Hannover plan to operate the Cray XC30 supercomputers as one combined system, providing universities and research centers in the northern states of Germany with a powerful petascale computing resource. Named "HLRN-III," the Cray XC30 supercomputing system will support advanced scientific research in a wide range of fields, including environmental research, climate and ocean modeling, physics, chemistry, bio-informatics, engineering, and fluid dynamics.
"Researchers in Northern Germany will soon benefit from a significant increase in computing power as a result of procuring the new HLRN-III system from Cray," said Prof. Dr. Thomas Rung, head of the Scientific Board of the HLRN. "The Cray XC30 offers a flexible computing architecture that will fulfill our need for advanced supercomputing technologies now and into the future. This is an exciting moment for the scientific community across the northern states of Germany."
"We are very excited that HLRN has turned to Cray to provide their researchers and scientists with an innovative supercomputing system that is designed to deliver breakthrough science with superior performance and scalability," said Dr. Ulla Thiel, Cray vice president, Europe. "With these large installations in Berlin and Hannover, Cray continues to strengthen its presence internationally and expand its coverage across the European HPC landscape."
Previously code-named "Cascade," the Cray XC30 supercomputer is Cray's most advanced high performance computing (HPC) system and is engineered to meet the performance challenges of HPC users. The Cray XC30 supercomputer features the new HPC-optimized Aries system interconnect; a new Dragonfly topology that frees applications from locality constraints; an innovative cooling system that utilizes a transverse airflow to lower customers' total cost of ownership; the next-generation of the scalable, high performance Cray Linux Environment that also supports a wide range of ISV applications; Cray's HPC optimized programming environment; and the ability to handle a wide variety of processor types including the Intel® Xeon® processors -- a first for Cray's high-end systems.
Consisting of products and services, the multi-year, multi-phase contract is valued at more than $39 million, and a vast majority of the system is expected to be delivered and put into production in 2013. As part of this contract, the HLRN-III system will also include a Cray storage solution, which will incorporate products from DDN and Hitachi Data Systems.
About HLRNThe North-German Supercomputing Alliance (Norddeutscher Verbund für Hoch- und Höchstleistungsrechnen - HLRN) is a joint project of the seven North-German states of Berlin, Brandenburg, Bremen, Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Niedersachsen, and Schleswig-Holstein, and was established in 2001. The HLRN alliance jointly operates a distributed supercomputer system hosted at Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) and at Regionales Rechenzentrum fuï½r Niedersachen (RRZN) at Leibniz University Hannover.
Die sind recht stabil. Hier noch eine Meldung vom 4. Januar, die fehlt hier:
Cray Announces Selected Preliminary 2012 Financial Results Company Increases 2013 Revenue Guidance to $500 Million
Jan 04, 2013 -- Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced selected preliminary 2012 financial results. The 2012 results presented in this release are based on preliminary financial data and are subject to change until the year-end financial reporting process is complete.
Based on preliminary results, total revenue for 2012 is expected to be about $420 million, of which less than $1 million is attributable to the acquisition of Appro International, Inc. For 2012, gross margins are expected to be approximately 36%, slightly higher than previously provided guidance, and total operating expenses are expected to be about $120 million, consistent with previously provided guidance. Total operating expenses for 2012 will depend on the final accounting treatment of the Appro acquisition and includes estimates of approximately $7 million in stock based compensation and acquisition related expenses. Based on these preliminary results, the Company expects to be solidly profitable for 2012, independent of the $139 million pre-tax gain on the development program divestiture completed during the second quarter.
As of Dec. 31, 2012, cash and investments are expected to total about $320 million.
"We had a record year in 2012 in revenue and operating income -- even after excluding the gain from the Intel transaction," said Peter Ungaro, president and CEO of Cray. "The year was highlighted by the installations of both the largest system in our Company's history and our largest commercial win ever, and by the building momentum in our storage and Big Data initiatives. We completed the acceptance process on the Blue Waters supercomputer at the University of Illinois, but were not able to complete the upgrade to the XK7 system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. We now expect to complete the Oak Ridge acceptance during the first half of 2013 and have increased our outlook accordingly."
While a wide range of results remains possible for 2013, the Company now expects 2013 revenue to be about $500 million. Revenue is expected to ramp during 2013 with about $60 million in the first quarter and roughly 45% of the annual revenue expected in the fourth quarter. Gross margins for 2013 are anticipated to be in the mid-30% range. Total operating expenses for the year are expected to be in the range of $160 million, which includes approximately $10 million in non-cash items including stock based compensation and the preliminary estimate of amortization of items related to the Appro acquisition. Based on this outlook, we expect to be profitable for 2013.
Upcoming EventCray will be attending the 15th Annual Needham Growth Conference at the New York Palace Hotel in New York City. The Cray presentation will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 2:10 p.m. EST.
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.
Da startet man gut ins 2013, bereits wieder mit Aufträgen:
SEATTLE, WA and OFFENBACH, GERMANY -- (MARKETWIRE) -- 01/15/13 -- Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced it has been awarded a $23 million dollar contract to provide two Cray XC30 supercomputers and two Cray Sonexion 1600 storage systems to Germany's National Meteorological Service -- the Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD). Located in Offenbach, Germany, DWD is one of the world's premier numerical weather prediction centers.
Researchers and scientists at DWD will be able to apply the petascale computing resources of the two Cray XC30 supercomputers -- one of which will be used for production and the other for research and backup -- towards its mission of meeting the meteorological requirements arising from all areas of economy and society in Germany. The new Cray supercomputers will enable DWD to produce higher resolution and more accurate global and regional weather forecasts to help fulfill the organization's wide array of weather responsibilities, such as the meteorological safeguarding of aviation and shipping, and the issuance of official warnings of weather occurrences that could become a danger for public safety.
"At our national meteorological service, we are responsible for providing services for the protection of life and property in the form of weather and climate information," said Prof. Dr. Gerhard Adrian, President of DWD. "This is the core task of the DWD, and thus it is imperative that we equip our researchers and scientists with scalable, productive, and above all, highly reliable supercomputing systems. The Cray XC30 supercomputers will be valuable resources for us, and we are pleased to be working with Cray."
"DWD is one of the world's most prestigious numerical weather prediction centers, and we're honored to provide them with the supercomputing technologies necessary for delivering such an extensive range of important services," said Dr. Ulla Thiel, Cray vice president, Europe. "We are looking forward to building a strong collaboration and close partnership with DWD. This contract is yet another example of how we continue to expand our presence in the meteorological community in Europe and across the globe."
Previously code-named "Cascade," the Cray XC30 supercomputer is Cray's most advanced high performance computing (HPC) system and is engineered to meet the performance challenges of HPC users. The Cray XC30 supercomputer features the new Aries system interconnect; a new Dragonfly network topology that frees applications from locality constraints; an innovative cooling system that utilizes a transverse airflow to lower customers' total cost of ownership; the next-generation of the scalable, high performance Cray Linux Environment that also supports a wide range of ISV applications; Cray's HPC optimized programming environment; and the ability to handle a wide variety of processor types including the Intel® Xeon® processors -- a first for Cray's high-end systems.
The two Cray Sonexion 1600 storage systems that will be deployed at DWD will have a combined capacity of more than 3 petabytes of storage and 72 gigabytes per-second of combined bandwidth. Cray's Sonexion Lustre System for HPC provides an embedded, compact design that can reduce the overall storage footprint by up to 50 percent over component-based solutions. Sonexion ensures consistency and predictability when scaling Lustre, and offers precision performance, optimal scalability, and an open solution for HPC and Big Data in a compact form factor.
Consisting of products and services, the multi-year, multi-phase contract is valued at more than $23 million, and the systems are expected to be delivered and put into production in 2013 and 2014.
Das schaut wirklich sehr schön aus hier.
Die Jahreszahlen dürften ja auch gut kommen. Termin?
Ich bin gespannt, wie da heute eröffnet wird.
Kurs war 18.75.
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...am 25. Februar:
Ich habe hier heute auch einmal Kasse gemacht bei Eröffnung und bin nun weg. Dann wird man ja am Montag mehr hören, so z.B. wie der Ausblick sich zeigt. Das war aber eine gute Sache hier bisher, muss ich schon erwähnen. Meine Prognose, die 20.-, sind fast erreicht worden, wie es mit den 50.- ausschaut, höre ich dann.
Ich habe zugehört am Montag, Conference Call. Es dürfte weiterhin interessant bleiben, ab und zu nach Cray zu sehen.
So ist es und ich habe zugelangt.
Da gibt es sogar News über die Ostertage:
01-04-2013 13:00 PRESS RELEASE: Cray Appoints Prith Banerjee to Board of Directors
Name Letzter VeränderungABB LTD N 21.41 -ABB ADR REP 1 ORD 22.75 -0.01 (-0.04 %)CRAY ORD 23.285 0.075 (0.32 %)
Cray Appoints Prith Banerjee to Board of Directors
SEATTLE, WA--(Marketwire - Apr 1, 2013) - Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (NASDAQ: CRAY) today announced that the Board of Directors has appointed Prith Banerjee as a member of the Board and as Chair of the Strategic Technology Assessment Committee, effective May 1, 2013.
Banerjee is Chief Technology Officer and member of the global executive committee of ABB Group (NYSE: ABB), a leading power and automation technology group, headquartered in Switzerland. The company has more than 8,000 technologists working in research and development worldwide and recently announced a technology breakthrough with the development of the world's first high voltage direct current breaker.
Prior to joining ABB in 2012, Banerjee was with HP for five years where he served as the Senior Vice President of Research, and Director of HP Labs. Previously, Banerjee was Professor of Electrical Engineering and Dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago. He has also held leadership positions at BINACHIP, AccelChip, Northwestern University, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Banerjee is currently a Board member of the United States National Academy of Engineering Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, and is also a member of the Technical Advisory Board at Cypress Semiconductor. He received his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
"Cray is a respected technology company with a rich history of building innovative supercomputing systems, and I am looking forward to sharing my thoughts and ideas with the Company's Board and its employees," said Banerjee. "Cray has a strong high-end supercomputing business, an expanding portfolio of new high performance computing and Big Data solutions, and a skilled executive team. This is an exciting time to be the newest member of the Board."
"With an amazing background in technology combined with proven leadership in corporate and academic environments, Prith will be immensely valuable to us as we continue to develop and launch new products for the converging big data and supercomputing markets," said Peter Ungaro, president and CEO of Cray. "His contributions will add to the strength and growth of our company, and on behalf of our Board and the entire team at Cray we are excited to welcome him to our company."
Das freut uns alles doch. Gute Fachleute kann man brauchen, besonders, wenn diese sogar Erfahrung mit Grosskonzernen mitbringen. Da kann mein Kursziel ja bleiben, so gegen 40 -50.- dann mal, nachdem wir die 30.- genommen haben..
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