January 21st, 2010 3:17 pm
Posted by Bobbie Steinmetz
Tags: Case Study, engineering university, HPC, hpc system, Intel Cluster Ready, performance, Silicon Mechanics, university of massachusetts amherst, workstation
Nanoelectronics researchers at the University of Massachusetts move up from a workstation to an Intel Cluster Ready HPC system and gain scalable performance with simple management.
"It might have taken several months to design, test, and deploy an HPC system on our. By choosing an Intel Cluster Ready system through Silicon Mechanics, we were ready for research in less than on month." - Eric Polizzi, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
>> Read more about the challenges, solution, and impact in the full case study
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