Dell has announced the availability of its new Dell HPC Systems along with early access to high performance computing (HPC) technologies, technology partner collaborations and global customer implementations.
“While traditional HPC has been critical to research programs that enable scientific and societal advancement, Dell is mainstreaming these capabilities to support enterprises of all sizes as they seek a competitive advantage in an ever increasing digital world,” said Jim Ganthier, vice president and general manager, Dell Engineered Systems, Cloud and HPC.
The Dell HPC Systems portfolio is a family of HPC and data analytics solutions. Dell claims that its engineers and domain experts designed and tuned the new systems for specific science, manufacturing and analytics workloads with fully tested and validated building block systems, backed by a single point of hardware support and additional service options across the solution lifecycle.
As an Intel Scalable System Framework configuration, Dell HPC Systems include the Intel Xeon processor families, support for Intel Omni-Path Architecture (Intel OPA) fabric, and software in the Dell HPC Lustre Storage and Dell HPC NFS Storage solutions. Looking at specific industry verticals, Dell has rolled out Dell HPC Systems for life sciences, manufacturing and research. Dell HPC System for Life Sciences enables bioinformatics and genomics centers to deliver results and identify treatments in clinically relevant timeframes while maintaining compliance and protecting confidential data, says the company. It adds that Dell HPC System for Manufacturing enables manufacturing and engineering customers to run complex design simulations, including structural analysis and computational fluid dynamics. Also, Dell HPC System for Research enables research centers to quickly develop HPC systems that match the unique needs of a wide variety of workloads, involving complex scientific analysis, says Dell in a statement.
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Updated Date: Jun 21, 2016 15:13:41 IST