Dell Introduces HPC Solution In India
Dell integrates best-of-breed server and storage technologies with open source and middleware to deliver scalable platforms.
Dell has announced today the launch of its High Performance Computing (HPC) solution for the Indian scientific community, aiming at lowering TCO, simplifying procurement, reducing time to deploy, simplifying manageability and ensuring assured support to scientific users, enabling them to focus more on their research.
Dell’s HPC end-to-end services bring high speed technology to the masses, available in mainstream products to all customers at an affordable price. Dell integrates best-of-breed server and storage technologies with open source and middleware to deliver scalable platforms.
Neeraj Gupta, GM for Public, Dell India, said, "Dell’s HPCC solutions use standards-based technology building blocks to maximise computational power while simplifying deployment, management and scalability. This solution is targeted at higher education institutes, scientists & academicians, who are into high-end research work."
Depending upon the needs and magnitude of the research (like problem size, time to science, frequency of research and resource management), institutes and researchers often choose to go for HPC at various levels like Divisional, Workgroup, Departmental and Deskside. Dell has solutions meeting requirements associated with each of these levels.
For its HPC solutions, Dell plans to focus on standards-based x86 hardware and a network of partners that will enable customers to build out a solution that can be installed quickly and operated reliably, allowing them to focus their energies on research.
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