Enabling High Performance Computing Solutions
- Announcing Intel® Cluster Checker version 2.2
- Cluster Checker v2.2 As Technical High Performance Computing gets a huge boost moving to new generations of Intel® Xeon® Processors and Intel® Xeon® Phi Coprocessors, the latest Intel® Cluster Checker provides robust cluster diagnostics to move concept to production faster than planned, supporting Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors (codename: Knights Corner) and 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors...
- Discover Your Parallel Universe
- Join Intel at ISC’14 Join Intel in Booth #540 to “Discover Your Parallel Universe” at International Supercomputing 2014. We’re using this theme to emphasize the importance of modernizing codes and algorithms to take full advantage of modern processors with multiple cores such as those found in Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors. We are...
- A Simpler Path to Accelerating Research and Design
- Bringing the power of HPC to your research and design efforts no longer has to be a complex undertaking Intel Cluster Ready simplifies cluster computing, and the HPC Advisory Council makes it even easier by providing best practice recommendations, step-by-step application installation guides, expert advice, online access to Intel Cluster Ready clusters, and more. Learn...
- 5X Computing Boost at University of Erlangen-Nurnberg
- Intel announced that an Intel Cluster Ready certified 500-node cluster by NEC has helped speed application performance by about five times at the University of Erlangen-Nurnberg. NEC used Intel® Xeon® 5650 processors to create the largest Intel Cluster Ready certified system to date. Learn More Read the full Chip Shot Download the Case Study
- SIMULIA Offers Abaqus FEA Benchmarks on Certified Personal Clusters
- Get simulation results in a fraction of the time Take the virtual test drive for Abaqus customers, offered by SIMULIA and Intel Cluster Ready. See your actual performance gain results on a certified personal cluster from Appro, Cray, SGI, or Silicon Mechanics. Go to SimulationClusters.com to get started. Read the Compute Cluster...
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