This week Univa announced the release of Univa Grid Engine 8.1.3 with native integration support of Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. By adding native integration support for Univa Grid Engine 8.1.3, it enables the management and scheduling of applications onto Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors. This move further widens the gap between open source versions of Grid Engine and Univa’s quality controlled, commercial, and fully supported software.
Univa’s early support for HPC environments incorporating Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, provide Univa Grid Engine users with an established, feature-rich, and commercially supported resource management solution,” said Bill Magro, director of Technical Computing Software Solutions at Intel.
Through this integration, organizations can confidently utilize the full power of hybrid clusters designed with Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors with simple, easy-to-use functionality for scheduling jobs. Drop by the Unica booth #3633 at SC12 or read the Full Story.