November 01, 2010
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 1 -- HPC in the Cloud, an online publication which covers the extreme-scale leading-edge of cloud computing -- where high performance computing (HPC) and cloud computing intersect, revealed the winners of its inaugural Editors' Choice Awards at 2010 Cloud Expo West in Santa Clara, Calif. The HPC in the Cloud team, including Tomas Tabor, publisher of HPC in the Cloud, and Nicole Hemsoth, managing editor for the online publication, are presenting the awards on the show floor during the Cloud Expo West event.
"It's exciting to present this award, in its first year of inception, honoring achievement at the extreme-scale leading-edge of cloud computing," said Nicole Hemsoth, managing editor of HPC in the Cloud. "After much collaboration with our editors and contributors, we came up with a list of winners who were truly pushing the envelope in high performance cloud computing, and really driving the technology forward."
In its first year, the HPC in the Cloud Editors' Choice Awards is determined through a rigorous selection process involving the publications editors and industry luminaries to determine the leaders in the extreme-scale leading-edge of cloud computing. The categories include Cloud Innovation Leader, Cloud Security Leader, Cloud Platform Innovators, Cloud Ecosystem Innovators, Cloud Management Innovators, Cloud Networking Innovators, Enterprise Cloud Leader, and Cloud Outreach and Education Innovators. The awards are an annual feature of the HPC in the Cloud publication.
The full list of winners for the 2010 awards can be found at the HPC in the Cloud website.
The HPC in the Cloud 2010 Editors' Choice Awards
2010 Cloud Innovation Leader
Editor's Choice: Platform Computing
2010 Cloud Security Leader
Editor's Choice: Tie – IBM & Novell
Cloud Platform Innovators
Editor's Choice: Amazon Web Services
Cloud Ecosystem Innovators
Editor's Choice: CA Technologies
Cloud Management Innovators
Editor's Choice: RightScale, Inc.
Cloud Networking Innovators
Editor's Choice: Mellanox Technologies
Enterprise Cloud Leader
Editor's Choice: CSC Software
Cloud Outreach and Education Innovators
Editor's Choice: Microsoft
About HPC in the Cloud
Published by Tabor Communications, HPC in the Cloud covers the extreme-scale leading-edge of cloud computing -- where high performance computing (HPC) and cloud computing intersect. HPC in the Cloud is the only portal dedicated to covering enterprise and scientific high performance computing in the cloud. HPC in the Cloud is written to provide technology decision-makers and stakeholders in the high performance computing industry (spanning government, academia and industry) with the most accurate and current information on developments happening at the specific point where cloud computing and HPC intersect. HPC in the Cloud delivers news, exclusive features, and commentary on developments taking place in extreme-scale cloud computing. HPC in the Cloud can be found online at http://www.HPCintheCloud.com.
About Tabor Communications, Inc.
Tabor Communications, Inc. is a leading international media, research, market intelligence, and communications company providing strategy, information and solutions for High Productivity Communities. Tabor Communications can be found at http://www.taborcommunications.com.
Source: Tabor Communications, Inc.
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