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Sylabs Brings Singularity Containers into Commercial HPC

Singularity began as an open source project in 2015, when a team of researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, led by Gregory Kurtzer, developed the initial software. Kurtzer, who is now the CEO at Sylabs, founded the company in 2017 with the goal of bringing the open source technology into the commercial realm, that is, into companies that increasingly rely on high performance computing to support their businesses.

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