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This second Compendium is a selection of 17 case studies from Rounds 3 and 4 of the Experiment, to raise awareness in the CAE, Bio, Finance, Big Data, and HPC communities about the benefits and best practices of using remote HPC capabilities.
This paper summarizes the findings of a benchmark study with RADIOSS and Intel® Xeon® processors. In the study, Altair benchmarked RADIOSS using a modified crash simulation model on a single-node platform — RADIOSS was able to easily take advantage of all 60 cores, running the workload 2.75X faster than on a comparable 24-core platform.
– A compendium of stories covering: Balancing disk and tape storage Active archiving and retrieval software Consumer technologies for commercial data storage …and more!
An increasing number of enterprises are looking towards desktop virtualization to help them respond to rising IT costs, security concerns, the user demands of BYOD and mobile working strategies. But can a desktop virtualization solution have a lower or equivalent Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) when compared to the traditional approach of procuring physical desktops? Read more…
In the first of our new Spotlight ON: series, we’re taking a look beyond the public sector to find out how end-users in markets from entertainment to manufacturing are leveraging HPC to gain the competitive edge. Learn more about ways in which HPC is delivering that edge in the commercial arena by downloading this complimentary Read more…
Australia’s National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) chose PBS Professional to manage workload for its ‘Raijin’ cluster from Fujitsu, the largest supercomputing system in Australia with over 1000 users. Through Altair’s expert services and development support, NCI and Altair collaborated to design and implement a highly complex system capable of meeting NCI’s performance and growth requirements.
Creating data is easy… the challenge is getting it to the right place to make use of it. This paper discusses fresh solutions that can directly increase I/O efficiency, and the applications of these solutions to current, and new technology infrastructures.
A new trend is developing in the HPC space that is also affecting enterprise computing productivity with the arrival of “ultra-dense” hyper-scale servers.
See how the standards-based CS300 product line enables Cray to tap expanding demand for clustered solutions in the HPC supercomputer and divisional markets, including fast-growing demand for high-performance data analysis.
SciNet takes to Allinea’s debugging and profiling tools to accelerate software development on Canada’s leading HPC systems