Adaptive Computing to Manage HPC Workloads at Baden-Württemberg

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This week at ISC’13, Adaptive Computing announced that the Baden-Württemberg High Performance Computing Competence Centers (bwHPC) will use the company’s Moab software to manage supercomputing workloads in its distributed supercomputing system. The system will have an estimated 6,500 processors socket in five clusters upon completion.

Moab will help this undertaking realize its full potential,” said Achim Streit, Ph.D., professor and director at the Steinbuch Centre for Computing at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), where at first the bwUniCluster will be installed. “In addition to helping us achieve maximum resource efficiency, Moab also enables us to ensure a uniform interface for the user base of the five clusters and tailor these individual systems to the needs of our specific communities.”

Adaptive Computing will be demonstrating its Moab HPC Suite during ISC’13 booth #500. Read the Full Story.