First Up: Penguin Offers Early Access to Future Xeons, Delivers World's First AMD APU Cluster at Sandia

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This week Penguin Computing announced that it will provide early access to next-gen Intel® Xeon E5 servers (for select customers under NDA) through their public HPC cloud, Penguin on Demand (POD).

Our close relationship with Intel allows us to provide early access to next generation systems well ahead of the official release,” says Charles Wuischpard, CEO, Penguin Computing. “This is a unique opportunity for our customers to get familiar with the benefits this new technology has to offer and to benchmark and optimize their code for this new compute platform.”

On the other side of the x86 spectrum, Penguin also announced that the deployment of the world’s first HPC cluster based on AMD Accelerated Processing Units at Sandia National Labs.

Check out Penguin Computing at Booth #643 at SC11.