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By: Cray     Published Date: Jul 02, 2015
The Cray XC series is a distributed memory system developed as part of Cray’s participation in the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) High Productivity Computing System (HPCS) program. Previously codenamed “Cascade,” the Cray XC system is capable of sustained multi-petaflops performance and features a hybrid architecture combining multiple processor technologies, a high performance network and a high performance operating system and programming environment.
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By: Cray     Published Date: Jul 02, 2015
As global energy costs climb, Cray has taken its long-standing expertise in optimizing power and cooling and focused it on developing overall system energy efficiency. The resulting Cray XC supercomputer series integrates into modern datacenters and achieves high levels of efficiency while minimizing system and infrastructure costs.
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By: Seagate     Published Date: Jan 27, 2015
This paper is the first to explore a recent breakthrough with the introduction of the High Performance Computing (HPC) industry’s first Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 503 (DCID 6/3 PL4) certified compliant and secure scale-out parallel file system solution, Seagate ClusterStor™ Secure Data Appliance, which is designed to address government and business enterprise need for collaborative and secure information sharing within a Multi-Level Security (MLS) framework at Big Data and HPC Scale.
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By: Seagate     Published Date: Jan 26, 2016
Finding oil and gas has always been a tricky proposition, given that reserves are primarily hidden underground, and often as not, under the ocean as well. The costs involved in acquiring rights to a site, drilling the wells, and operating them are considerable and has driven the industry to adopt advanced technologies for locating the most promising sites. As a consequence, oil and gas exploration today is essentially an exercise in scientific visualization and modeling, employing some of most advanced computational technologies available. High performance computing (HPC) systems are being used to fill these needs, primarily with x86-based cluster computers and Lustre storage systems. The technology is well developed, but the scale of the problem demands medium to large-sized systems, requiring a significant capital outlay and operating expense. The most powerful systems deployed by oil and gas companies are represented by petaflop-scale computers with multiple petabytes of attached
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By: Numascale     Published Date: Nov 20, 2013
Using commodity hardware and the “plug-and-play” NumaConnect interconnect, Numascale delivers true shared memory programming and simpler administration at standard HPC cluster price points. One such system currently offers users over 1,700 cores with a 4.6 TB single memory image
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By: Green Revolution Cooling     Published Date: May 12, 2014
Download Green Revolution Cooling’s White Paper “Data Center Floor Space Utilization – Comparing Density in Liquid Submersion and Air Cooling Systems” to learn about the density of liquid submersion cooling, how looks can be deceiving and how, more times than not, liquid cooling once again has air beat.
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By: Intel     Published Date: Aug 06, 2014
Designing a large-scale, high-performance data storage system presents significant challenges. This paper describes a step-by-step approach to designing such a system and presents an iterative methodology that applies at both the component level and the system level. A detailed case study using the methodology described to design a Lustre storage system is presented.
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By: Intel     Published Date: Aug 06, 2014
Powering Big Data Workloads with Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software The Intel® portfolio for high-performance computing provides the following technology solutions: • Compute - The Intel® Xeon processor E7 family provides a leap forward for every discipline that depends on HPC, with industry-leading performance and improved performance per watt. Add Intel® Xeon Phi coprocessors to your clusters and workstations to increase performance for highly parallel applications and code segments. Each coprocessor can add over a teraflop of performance and is compatible with software written for the Intel® Xeon processor E7 family. You don’t need to rewrite code or master new development tools. • Storage - High performance, highly scalable storage solutions with Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software and Intel® Xeon Processor E7 based storage systems for centralized storage. Reliable and responsive local storage with Intel® Solid State Drives. • Networking - Intel® True Scale Fabric and Networking technologies – Built for HPC to deliver fast message rates and low latency. • Software and Tools: A broad range of software and tools to optimize and parallelize your software and clusters.
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By: Altair     Published Date: Feb 12, 2014
A Cray-Altair Solution for Optimized External Aerodynamics Cray and Altair are leaders in providing the powerful, usable technology engineers need to perform external aerodynamics analysis with greater speed and accuracy. With Altair’s HyperWorks Virtual Wind Tunnel running on Cray XC30 or CS300 systems, manufacturers of all sizes can now predict a vehicle’s external aerodynamic performance and improve the cooling, comfort, visibility and stability features in their designs -- without the need for numerous physical wind tunnel tests.
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By: Altair     Published Date: Feb 19, 2014
The Weizmann Institute of Science is one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary research institutions. Hundreds of scientists, laboratory technicians and research students embark daily on fascinating journeys into the unknown, seeking to improve our understanding of nature and our place within it. Groundbreaking medical and technological applications that have emerged from basic research conducted by Weizmann Institute scientists include: amniocentesis, a prenatal diagnostic test; sophisticated laser systems for high-precision diamond cutting; living polymerization, one of the most fundamental techniques of the modern polymer industry; and ribosome structure analysis, for which the Institute’s Professor Ada Yonath was awarded a Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
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By: Altair     Published Date: Jul 15, 2014
With Cray and Altair, engineers have the computational systems they need to perform advanced subsea computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis with better speed, scalability and accuracy. With Altair’s AcuSolve CFD solver running on Cray® XC30™ supercomputer systems, operators and engineers responsible for riser system design and analysis can increase component life, reduce uncertainty and improve the overall safety of their ultra-deep-water systems while still meeting their demanding development schedule.
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By: Altair     Published Date: Jul 15, 2014
NSCEE’s new workload management solution including PBS Professional has reduced overall runtimes for processing workload. Furthermore, NSCEE credits PBS Professional with improving system manageability and extensibility thanks to these key features: • Lightweight solution • Very easy to manage • Not dependent on any specific operating system • Can be easily extended by adding site-specific processing plugins/hooks To learn more click to read the full paper
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By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 05, 2014
IBM NeXtscale System is changing system design dynamics in the HPC marketplace with ultra-dense servers. Enterprises looking for raw computing power and throughput to handle technical computing, cloud, grid and analytics should evaluate this new ultra-dense, highly scalable systems design. Read the paper by Clabby Analytics to learn more.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 02, 2014
Advanced analytics strategies yield the greatest benefits in terms of improving patient and business outcomes when applied across the entire healthcare ecosystem. But the challenge of collaborating across organizational boundaries in order to share information and insights is daunting to many stakeholders.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 02, 2014
This two year research initiative in collaboration with IBM focuses on key trends, best practices, challenges, and priorities in enterprise risk management and covers topics as diverse as culture, organizational structure, data, systems, and processes.
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By: SGI     Published Date: Mar 03, 2015
The SGI UV system is uniquely suited for bioinformatics and genomics by providing the computational capabilities and global shared memory architecture needed for even the most demanding sequencing and analytic tasks, including post sequencing and other data intensive workflows. Because of the systems outstanding speed and throughput, genomics researchers can perform very large jobs in less time, realizing a dramatically accelerated time-to-solution. And best of all, they can explore avenues of research that were computationally beyond the reach of HPC systems lacking the power and in-memory capabilities of the SGI UV.
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By: SGI     Published Date: Jun 08, 2016
With High Performance Computing (HPC) supercomputer systems that comprise tens, hundreds, or even thousands of computing cores, users are able to increase application performance and accelerate their workflows to realize dramatic productivity improvements. The performance potential often comes at the cost of complexity. By their very nature, supercomputers comprise a great number of components, both hardware and software, that must be installed, configured, tuned, and monitored to maintain maximum efficiency. In a recent report, IDC lists downtime and latency as two of the most important problems faced by data center managers.
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By: Penguin Computing     Published Date: Mar 23, 2015
The Open Compute Project, initiated by Facebook as a way to increase computing power while lowering associated costs with hyper-scale computing, has gained a significant industry following. While the initial specifications were created for a Web 2.0 environment, Penguin Computing has adapted these concepts to create a complete hardware ecosystem solution that addresses these needs and more. The Tundra OpenHPC system is applicable to a wide range of HPC challenges and delivers the most requested features for data center architects.
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By: IBM     Published Date: May 20, 2015
The latest generation of highly scalable HPC clusters is a game changer for design optimization challenges. HPC clusters, built on a modular, multi-core x86 architecture, provide a cost effective and accessible platform on which to conduct realistic simulation compared with the “big iron” HPC systems of the past or with the latest workstation models. This paper provides 6 steps to making clusters a reality for any business.
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By: Seagate     Published Date: Sep 30, 2015
Today’s HPC solutions are powerful—but power can impose usability challenges that may limit and even undermine a system’s performance, reliability and overall value. That’s why organizations need to focus on total HPC solution usability when considering new investments. Total usability embraces every aspect of implementing, optimizing and managing HPC storage—giving organizations a holistic view of both near-term and longterm value.
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By: NVIDIA & Bright Computing     Published Date: Sep 01, 2015
As of June 2015, the second fastest computer in the world, as measured by the Top500 list employed NVIDIA® GPUs. Of those systems on the same list that use accelerators 60% use NVIDIA GPUs. The performance kick provided by computing accelerators has pushed High Performance Computing (HPC) to new levels. When discussing GPU accelerators, the focus is often on the price-toperformance benefits to the end user. The true cost of managing and using GPUs goes far beyond the hardware price, however. Understanding and managing these costs helps provide more efficient and productive systems.
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By: Intel     Published Date: Apr 01, 2016
Since its beginnings in 1999 as a project at Carnegie Mellon University, Lustre, the highperformance parallel file system, has come a long, long way. Designed and always focusing on performance and scalability, it is now part of nearly every High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster on the Top500.org’s list of fastest computers in the world—present in 70 percent of the top 100 and nine out of the top ten. That’s an achievement for any developer—or community of developers, in the case of Lustre—to be proud of.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 14, 2014
The latest generation of highly scalable HPC clusters is a game changer for design optimization challenges. HPC clusters, built on a modular, multi-core x86 architecture, provide a cost effective and accessible platform on which to conduct realistic simulation compared with the “big iron” HPC systems of the past or with the latest workstation models. This paper provides 6 steps to making clusters a reality for any business.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 13, 2015
Value is migrating throughout the IT industry from hardware to software and services. High Performance Computing (HPC) is no exception. IT solution providers must position themselves to maximize their delivery of business value to their clients – particularly industrial customers who often use several applications that must be integrated in a business workflow. This requires systems and hardware vendors to invest in making their infrastructure “application ready”. With its Application Ready solutions, IBM is outflanking competitors in Technical Computing and fast-tracking the delivery of client business value by providing an expertly designed, tightly integrated and performance optimized architecture for several key industrial applications. These Application Ready solutions come with a complete high-performance cluster including servers, network, storage, operating system, management software, parallel file systems and other run time libraries, all with commercial-level solution s
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By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 13, 2015
University of East Anglia wished to create a “green” HPC resource, increase compute power and support research across multiple operating systems. Platform HPC increased compute power from 9 to 21.5 teraflops, cut power consumption rates and costs and provided flexible, responsive support.
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