Accelerated HPC Productivity with Intel® Cluster Ready Solutions

April 7th, 2009 9:36 am
Posted by Brock Taylor
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[Excerpt] The Intel® Cluster Ready program provides a standardized,  replicable way to build and run high-performance   computing (HPC) clusters, helping simplify cluster deployment and management. By using Intel Cluster Ready-certified Dell™ HPC clusters, organizations can quickly install and configure clusters to begin running registered HPC applications.

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[...] Author Info Brock Taylor Brock Taylor is a cluster solutions architect and part of the Software and Services Group at Intel. He has been a part of Intel Cluster Ready program from the very start, is a co-author of the specification, and launched the first reference implementations of ICR clusters. Brock has been at Intel since December of 2000. In addition to HPC clustering, he helped launch new processors and chipsets as part of an enterprise validation BIOS team. Brock has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and an M.Sc. in High Performance Computing from Trinity College Dublin. Accelerated HPC Productivity with Intel® Cluster Ready Solutions [...]

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Author Info
Brock Taylor


Brock Taylor is an Engineering Manager and Cluster Solutions Architect for volume High Performance Compute clusters in the Software and Services Group at Intel. He has been a part of the Intel® Cluster Ready program from the start, is a co-author of the specification, and launched the first reference implementations of Intel Cluster Ready certified solutions.

Brock and others at Intel are working within the HPC community to enable advances and innovations in scientific computing by lowering the barriers to clustered solutions.

Brock joined Intel in December of 2000, and in addition to HPC clustering, he previously helped launch new processors and chipsets as part of an enterprise validation BIOS team. Brock has a B.S. in Computer Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and an M.Sc. in High Performance Computing from Trinity College Dublin.