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OrangeFS: A Scalable, Parallel File System Whose Time Has Come

Many of the major advances in HPC have been the result of collaboration between academia and the big government labs. This has been the case with PVFS (Parallel Virtual File System) and its latest generation, the scale-out file system known as OrangeFS.

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Intel, ARM Take Competition Into HPC Arena

Intel offers a glimpse to its next-generation Xeon Phi supercomputer chips, while Applied Micro pushes its ARM-based X-Gene for HPC.

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A Process for Managing and Customizing HPC Operating Systems

High-performance computing (HPC) for the past ten years has been dominated by thousands of Linux servers connected by a uniform networking infrastructure. The defining theme for an HPC cluster lies in the uniformity of the cluster. more>>...

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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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