Next week at ISC’11, Russian supercomputer vendor T-Platforms will demonstrate its T-Blade 2 products boasting “the highest performance and computing density in the industry.” As the primary building block for “Lomonosov” system at Moscow State University, the T-Blade forms the basis for the most powerful supercomputer in Eastern Europe.
“ISC is an ideal opportunity to demonstrate our developments in the area of high-performance computing to the global community, and to share the successful application of our systems and technology by the leading Russian universities and high-tech enterprises”, said Vsevolod Opanasenko, the founder and General Director of T-Platforms. “T-Platforms is already working closely with many of the ISC participants and we have active engagements and negotiations ongoing with a number of the world’s leading companies who will be at ISC11. This is an important and timely gathering, bringing the global HPC community together with key representatives of important European initiatives such as EOFS, PRACE, STRATOS, EESI and others. We’re proud to be participating at ISC11 as we strive for a closer integration of Russia within the European and global supercomputing communities.”
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