Tag: cluster computing
Linux cluster maker Penguin Computing hopped on the HPC-in-a-cloud bandwagon this week with the announcement of its HPC on-demand service. Called Penguin On Demand (POD), the service consists of an HPC compute infrastructure whose capacity can be rented on a pay-as-you-go basis or through a monthly subscription.
Large insect populations synchronize globally, but communicate locally. A lesson for parallel computing?
SiCortex co-founder Matt Reilly talks about what the demise of SiCortex means for HPC.
The shipping container has become the new supercomputer case.
Aside from a new processor for cluster vendors to sell, the Nehalem represents a more subtle change in the market.
Determining how fast your application will run on multicore-based systems all depends, And, it may not depend on you.
Relax. It is just a catchy headline to draw your attention to some classic insights into the HPC cluster market.
Would a cluster by any other name be as cool?
Once the hallmark of the data center, HPC hardware is beginning to find its way to the desk side/top.
Consider those forgotten breakthroughs that helped make HPC clusters possible.