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Cray Snaps Together Shared Memory Story

Sep 17, 2013 |

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 University of Florida speeds up memory intensive gene research with Dell HPC solution

May 23, 2011 |

The whirlwind speed of progress in the computer industry happens at an exponential rate that can be predicted. According to Moore’s Law, the processing speed, memory capacity and even the number of pixels in digital cameras doubles every two years. But there is a branch of technology that’s evolving even faster: gene sequencing, the ordering of nucleotides that make up a strand of DNA in an organism. Gene sequencing is the basis of the whole group of life sciences that study the genetic makeup of humans and other organisms in order to extend life.

ScaleMP Pumps Up Virtual SMP Offering

May 26, 2010 |

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.