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Best Practices Selecting an HPC Cluster

Everything from life sciences to the financial industry are relying on HPC clusters to perform complex and critical operations. Moving forward, there will be a lot more reliance on various HPC systems. So the all-important question comes in – How do you select, deploy and manage it all? Fortunately, IBM,...

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The Seven Fastest Supercomputers in Academia

Over at Education Dive, Keith Button has posted a list of the top seven academic supercomputers in the USA.

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How to Manage Heterogeneous Hardware/Software Solutions

Heterogeneous hardware is now present in virtually all clusters. Make sure you can monitor all hardware on all installed clusters in a consistent fashion. With extra work and expertise, some open source tools can be customized for this task. There are few versatile and robust tools with a single comprehensive...

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With Innovative Cooling, New HP Apollo Systems are Tailor-Made for HPC

This week HP rolled out a new lineup of density-optimized servers with innovative cooling technology. Tailor-made for the HPC market, the Apollo Series combines a modular design with innovative power distribution and air- and liquid-cooling techniques for extreme performance at rack scale, providing up to four times more performance per...

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My Name is Brian and I Build Supercomputers in My Spare Time

Brian Guarraci is a software engineer at Twitter and in his spare time he’s building a Parallella cluster with a design that was inspired by two of the most iconic supercomputers ever made.

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