eBay’s recently unveiled it’s new data center in Utah featuring advanced data center modules from Dell and HP to deploy high-density servers.
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“We can now complete an entire boat design test in three days using the Dell HPC cluster. We’ve gone from 30 to 40 design candidates being tested physically for our 2007 Cup campaign to testing 300-400 designs for this edition of the America’s Cup,” said Nick Holroyd, Technical Director, Emirates Team New Zealand.
The University of North Texas has installed a Dell/Terascala HPC Storage Solution as part of its new Talon 2.0 system for researchers.
Over at Datacenter Dynamics, Penny Jones writes that even as Dell’s shareholders prepare to meet in the US to decide the fate of the company, Dell continues business as usual with a AU$2million deal for Cloud HPC at the Australian National Computational Infrastructure (NCI). The 3,200 core HPC compute cloud based on OpenStack will use […]
This week Bright Computing announced it is providing cluster and workload management for Dell’s Active Infrastructure for HPC Life Sciences solution, a pre-integrated, HPC platform optimized for the analysis of genomic sequences. The combined solution enables customers to store, manage, and analyze growing genomic data sets, without having to worry about complex infrastructure management. Dell […]
In this video from the HPC Advisory Council Switzerland Workshop, Kris Buggenhout from Dell presents: Modular HPC, Exascale Block by Block. Download the Slides (PDF).
In this video, researchers perform a reconstruction and simulation of the poliovirus using the BlueGene/Q supercomputer at the Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative. The poliovirus model is being used as a basis for understanding antiviral drugs, virus infection and helps us to learn how to model related viruses such as Enterovirus 71. Read the Full […]
Louisiana State University has announced the addition of the SuperMike-II, a hybrid cluster with Nvidia GPU accelerators and large-memory symmetric multiprocessing. Named after LSU’s original Supermike Linux cluster, the 212 teraflop system is 10 times faster than its immediate predecessor, Tezpur. Built by Dell, Inc., the $2.6 million SuperMike-II features a total of 440 compute […]
In this video, Glen Otero from Dell discusses his Birds of Feather session on Personalized Medicine at SC12. The company is working with researchers to enable faster, more cost-effective genome sequencing to enable better healthcare for us all.
In this video from SC12, Tim Carroll from from Dell discusses the company’s recent Stampede supercomputer installation at the Texas Advanced Computing Center and how the company focuses on helping researchers.