Do you have an application would run faster if it could use high speed memory rather than disk? Did you ever want to run an application that needed more memory than your current server supports? ScaleMP has the answer. vSMP Foundation Free allows you to create a virtual system that seamlessly addresses up to 1 Read more…
In a notable move for a company known for its supercomputing hardware, Cray has turned its eye to the softer side of the stack to gather strength for a shared memory offering. While large memory system needs constitute only a small part of all HPC applications, using a software-driven approach to addressing the needs of…
The Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center recently announced a new step in its path to discover new routes to solving memory and I/O problems for data-intensive applications. While they already have a stable of systems that take new approaches to shared memory and have looked to software-based solutions as alternatives, they have now turned to Numascale to dip their toe in the hardware-based…
With the ever increasing explosion in data for analysis and the need for fast insights on emerging trends, in-memory data grids (IMDGs) offer a highly attractive platform for hosting map/reduce analysis. In comparison to disk-based map/reduce platforms such as Hadoop, IMDGs reduce analysis times by reducing data motion while simplifying the development model. For applications which need to analyze fast-changing application data, such as shopping or financial trading data, IMDGs can provide near real-time results.
Discussion with Shai Fultheim, founder and President of ScaleMP on cloud infrastructure and challenges.
SMP virtualization specialist ScaleMP has announced vSMP Foundation 3.0, the third generation of its virtual SMP solution for high performance computing clusters. The new release adds some much-needed updates, including increased scalability and additional hardware support.
The prospects for virtual SMP technology got another boost last month when Florida State University announced it had installed a new HPC system from 3Leaf Systems. The servers are being housed at the university’s HPC facility and will be used across a range of scientific disciplines.
ScaleMP has added two new virtual SMP products to its lineup: a dynamic cloud provisioning offering and a new switchless entry-level product for four-node clusters. Both are based on the company’s vSMP Foundation technology, a software solution that turns x86 clusters into virtual SMP machines.
ScaleMP CEO Shai Fultheim talks about his company, its technologies, and why this particular moment of change is turning into such a boon for them.