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QLogic, Dell, and others standing up (another) cluster test center

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July 15, 2009, 11:24 am

Michael Feldman over at HPCwire posted a short entry yesterday about an announcement from QLogic and others due later this week

…QLogic will announce a partnership between itself, Dell, Microsoft, AMD and ANSYS to offer an HPC cluster that will be publicly available to users for test driving applications. Dell is providing a 16-node PowerEdge cluster; Microsoft, its Windows HPC Server cluster software; and AMD, 32 of its six-core “Istanbul” Opteron processors. QLogic, of course, will be contributing its own InfiniBand switches and adapters. The first application to be tested on the cluster is the ANSYS’ FLUENT computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code...

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