What are your pain points with HPC Clusters?

October 11th, 2010 12:09 pm
Posted by Brock Taylor
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Update: If you missed the live webinar, you can now view it on-demand!

View webinar » Boost ANSYS Performance with HPC Clusters

On October 28th, ANSYS will host a joint webinar with Appro and Intel that highlights using ANSYS Mechanical HPC on clusters and dives into details of how the three companies are working to address issues to make clustering simpler.

I'll be participating in the talk and providing examples of what Intel Cluster Ready architecture means to the ANSYS application and the Appro solution.  Together, we'll focus on points that relate directly to our efforts to simplify purchasing, deployment, management, and use of cluster solutions.

This Virtual Seminar will be interactive.  We want to hear what your pain points are related to clusters, too! 

Please join us and take part in the discussion. Choose the AM or PM session that works best for you. Click on the headline below to access the registration links.

Webinar: Boost ANSYS Performance with HPC Clusters

Thursday, October 28, 2010
9:00 A.M. EDT, 1:00 P.M. GMT

Thursday, October 28, 2010
1:00 P.M. EDT, 5:00 P.M. GMT

Duration: 90 minutes

Join us for a Virtual Seminar to learn:

  • How to simulate, analyze, and visualize models faster by deploying ANSYS HPC
  • How the ANSYS and Intel Cluster Ready partnership simplify purchasing and speed deployment, helping to make cluster management affordable and easy
  • How Intel Cluster Ready can help you to deploy, troubleshoot and optimize an ANSYS HPC cluster

All so you can get your job done faster.

Register now!

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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.