RENCI’s Dell-powered supercomputer is working overtime to model the storm surge that Hurricane Matthew could bring to communities along the Eastern Seaboard. Named Hatteras, the 150-node M610 Dell cluster runs the ADCIRC storm surge model every six hours when a hurricane is active. “We are working on doing storm surge predictions the same way that meteorologists develop predictions for rain and wind speeds.”
Registration is now open for the Dell HPC Community event at SC16. The event takes place Nov. 12 at the Radisson Hotel in Salt Lake City. “The Dell HPC Community events feature keynote presentations by HPC experts and working group sessions to discuss best practices in the use of Dell HPC Systems.”
Today the University of Alabama at Birmingham unveiled a new supercomputer powered by Dell. With a peak performance of 110 Teraflops, the system is 10 times faster than its predecessor. “With their new Dell EMC HPC cluster, UAB researchers will have the compute and storage they need to aggressively research, uncover and apply knowledge that changes the lives of individuals and communities in many areas, including genomics and personalized medicine.”
Earl Joseph presented this talk at the HPC User Forum in Austin. “HPC is still expected to be a strong growth market going forward. IDC is forecasting a 7.7 percent growth from 2015 to 2019. We’re projecting the 2019 HPC Market will exceed $15 Billion.”
The Dell Storage for HPC with Intel EE for Lustre Solution helps bring the benefits of an HPC file system to a broad range of enterprise organizations. Dell’s enterprise-ready Lustre parallel file storage solution can deliver a higher level of computing power and throughput, and make available information and insights derived from big data and compute-intensive applications — such as advanced modeling, simulation, and data analysis—to a wider audience of enterprise users. This HPC storage solution, backed by Dell and Intel, offers the potential to drive innovation, deliver higher quality products and designs, and sustain competitive advantage. Download this white paper to read more.
When the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) was created at the University of Illinois 27 years ago, it had a unique proposition—its computing, data and networking resources were designed for industry as well as academia. Over the years, NCSA’s efforts to serve industry have grown and matured. Download this white paper to learn more
Impact analysis or drop testing is one of the most important stages of product design and development, and software that can simulate this testing accurately yields dramatic cost and time-to-market benefits for manufacturers. Dell, Intel and Altair have collaborated to analyze a virtual drop test solution with integrated simulation and optimization analysis, delivering proven gains in speed and accuracy. With this solution, engineers can explore more design alternatives
This white paper describes the Dell NFS Storage Solution – High Availability configurations (NSS6.0-HA) with Dell PowerEdge 13th generation servers. It presents a comparison among all available NSS-HA offerings so far, and provides performance results for a configuration with a storage system providing 480TB of raw capacity.
The following sections of this paper will describe the Lustre File System, the Dell Storage for HPC with Intel EE for Lustre solution followed by performance analysis and conclusions. Appendix A: Benchmark Command Reference
This white paper describes the system architecture and performance characterization of the PowerEdge C4130. The C4130 offers a highly configurable system design and ultra-high accelerator/coprocessor density. The combination of these factors have resulted in substantial performance improvement in for a number of industry standard HPC benchmarks and applications.