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June 16, 2008
PROVO, Utah, June 16 -- The powerful ability of Moab to apply its thermal scheduling capabilities to effect an estimated 12.5 percent reduction in energy consumption in HPC environments will be showcased by Cluster Resources, Inc. at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) on June 17-20.
Hot Seat Session
Michael A. Jackson, president of Cluster Resources, will present "How Moab Cluster Suite Can Improve Workload Processing by 10-30 percent and Apply Green Computing Policies to Achieve 50 percent Power Savings on Underutilized Nodes" at 3:15 p.m. on Thursday, June 19; he will then respond to hard-hitting questions from among the ISC panel of "inquisitors."
Moab Cluster Suite from Cluster Resources provides more out-of-the-box functionality at a lower cost than any of its primary alternatives. Moab applies multiple optimization policies to pack workload more tightly, power off unused resources, and simplify the end-user process of completing work. Moab can also provide temperature-aware workload management to reduce cooling requirements and further reduce energy consumption. Moab's green-computing capabilities allow for carbon credit tracking, enforcement, and reporting to help organizations meet efficiency objectives and save money through reduced energy use.
Cluster Resources will exhibit in booth C15-C16, where their on-staff experts will offer insights into the many ways Moab can enable organizations to reduce energy-consumption costs effectively as it optimizes performance. Information will also be available on Moab Cluster Builder for Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, Moab Hybrid Cluster a mixed Windows/Linux cluster solution, and other Moab-based cluster, grid and data center solutions.
For more information on ISC, visit http://www.supercomp.de.
About Cluster Resources, Inc.
Cluster Resources is a leading provider of workload and resource management software and services for cluster, grid, data center and adaptive computing environments. With more than a decade of industry experience, Cluster Resources delivers software products and services that enable organizations to understand, control, and fully optimize their compute resources and related processes. For more information visit www.clusterresources.com, or call +1 (801) 717-3700 (Americas and Asia Pacific), +44 (1223) 437134 (Europe, Middle East and Africa) or email email@example.com.
Source: Cluster Resources, Inc.
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