Bright Supports Dell EMC's Mission to Achieve Faster Time to Value at Supercomputing 2016

Supercomputing 2016, Salt Lake City - Bright Computing, the leading provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and cloud management software, today announced that both Bright and Dell EMC will demonstrate their integrated solutions for HPC in a variety of disciplines including life sciences, manufacturing, and research computing at Supercomputing in Salt Lake City, November 14 - 17, 2016.

Dell EMC has selected Bright Cluster Manager to provide infrastructure management technology for its HPC Systems, which enable small and medium-sized enterprises to accelerate their science, engineering and analytics. Dell EMC HPC Systems are future-ready, flexible solutions that are pre-tested and pre-validated to ensure that they deliver the right research and business outcomes. The Dell EMC Validated Solutions portfolio speeds deployment and simplifies operations and management of solutions for virtualization, OpenStack cloud, big data and analytics, high-performance computing and more, incorporating best-in-class building blocks from Dell EMC and its partners. Bright technology is included in the Dell EMC HPC System for Life Sciences, the Dell EMC HPC System for Manufacturing, and the Dell EMC System for Research.

Dell EMC and Bright’s integrated solutions offer several key benefits to end users:

· Bright helps enable Dell EMC customers to deploy, provision, monitor, manage and scale HPC, big data, OpenStack and deep learning environments, from a single pane of glass

· Bright helps empower Dell EMC customers to allocate compute resources dynamically, across their HPC, big data and OpenStack environments as required, as well as bursting into the cloud

· Bright is intuitive to learn and easily installs out of the box

· Bright easily absorbs the complexity and ensures scalability of an HPC cluster

Bright Computing has a long track record working with Dell EMC, and 2016 sees the two companies’ missions align to speed customer time to value, insight and discovery. Bright and Dell EMC have collaborated to provide high value integrated HPC solutions to hundreds of customers in life sciences, manufacturing, and research computing, including CHPC, CSIRO, Virginia Bioinformatics, TGEN, Florida Atlantic University, Exeter University in the UK, and many more.

Rick Hill, VP Channel Sales at Bright Computing, commented; “Together, Bright and Dell EMC have created best of breed end user solutions that are contributing to breakthrough research and increasing time to value for our end users.”

“Dell EMC’s expertise, technology and partnerships deliver state-of-the-art HPC systems from the workgroup to the TOP500,” said Jim Ganthier, senior vice president, Validated Solutions and HPC Organization, Dell EMC. “With Bright Cluster Manager for HPC, our customers can quickly and easily install fully integrated systems and both monitor and manage them across their lifecycles, allowing our customers to focus on innovation as opposed to operations.”

Bright Computing is exhibiting at booth 3417 at SC16. Dell is exhibiting at booth 1217. To book a meeting with Bright, please email


About Bright Computing

Bright Computing is the leading provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and cloud management software in the world. Bright Cluster Manager™, Bright Cluster Manager for Big Data™, and Bright OpenStack™ provide a unified approach to installing, provisioning, configuring, managing, and monitoring HPC clusters, big data clusters, and OpenStack clouds. Bright’s products are currently deployed in more than 650 data centers around the world. Bright Computing’s customer base includes global academic, governmental, financial, healthcare, manufacturing, oil/gas/energy, and pharmaceutical organizations such as Boeing, Intel, NASA, Stanford University, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Bright partners with Amazon, Cray, Dell, Intel, Nvidia, SGI, and other leading vendors to deliver powerful, integrated solutions for managing advanced IT infrastructure such as high performance computing clusters, big data clusters, and OpenStack-based private clouds.