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Primeur live 2011-06-22

Hardware

Panasas gives customers a treat with scalable ActivStor11 ...

Applications

University of Hamburg to simulate large data applications with Distributed Simulation and Virtual Reality environment ...

German automotive industry heavily relies on HLRS simulation expertise ...

TOP500

The Lomonosov Supercomputer Has Attained a New Level of Performance ...

Company news

Adaptive Computing announces 10x scalability for high throughput computing and next-generation HPC systems ...

University of Birmingham uses Adaptive Computing technology to reduce HPC costs ...

Adaptive Computing HPC Technology advances research capabilities for Europe's leading cancer research centre ...

Penguin Computing's public HPC Cloud is now powered by Adaptive Computin's Moab Cluster Suite ...

Numascale announces support for Supermicro 1042G-LTF and IBM System x3755 M3 with multi socket 8/12 core AMD Opteron 6000 Series ...

Mellanox expands availability of InfiniBand and Ethernet solutions with NEC LX Series Supercomputer through NEC HPC Europe ...

Mellanox and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory demonstrate leading performance and scalability for HPC applications ...

Mellanox announces complete end-to-end FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand interconnect solutions for uncompromised clustering performance and scalability ...

SGI to deliver breakthrough exascale computing solution ...

Platform's collaboration with CERN recognized as 2011 Computerworld Honors Laureate ...

Bright Computing, NVIDIA and NextIO to drive panel discussion on use of GPUs in HPC at International Supercomputing Conference in Germany ...

GE Global Research gets a Cray supercomputer ...

Adaptive Computing announces 10x scalability for high throughput computing and next-generation HPC systems

22 Jun 2011 Hamburg - Adaptive Computing, an expert in unified intelligent automation technology, has achieved significant enhancements to its Moab HPC product line to address the increasing complexity and scale of next-generation HPC systems. Moab 6.1 HPC delivers ten times the scalability for high throughput computing, significant productivity improvements and enhances control over job arrays and maximized GPGPU utilization for large-scale, heterogeneous HPC environments. The announcement confirms Adaptive Computing's commitment to existing and new HPC and high throughput computing customers by addressing their increasingly advanced, complex needs.

Since its inception, Adaptive Computing's Moab product family has helped drive innovation in the HPC market and is the preferred intelligent automation solution for the leading global HPC and data centre vendors, managing the most scale-intensive and complex HPC environments in the world.

Generation 6.1 includes releases for Moab Cluster Suite, Moab Grid Suite and Moab Adaptive HPC Suite.

New features and functionalities include:

  • 10x scalability improvements: with Moab 6.1, customers are now able to run more jobs faster, supporting the hundreds of thousands of job submissions demanded by high throughput computing and providing sub-second user command responsiveness.
  • extended and simplified productivity controls over job arrays: Moab 6.1 offers extended control over job array submissions to ensure SLAs and resource sharing policies are enforced with usage limit policies that administer number of job maximums by credentials or class. New, simplified reporting and management of job arrays provides filtering that allows jobs to be summarized, tracked and managed at the master job level. Additionally, in Moab Grid Suite, 6.1 includes enhanced grid workload management options for job arrays, allowing users to select optimal placement across clusters or require single cluster placement.
  • advanced GPGPU scheduling and management: building on Adaptive Computing's unique management abstraction layer that integrates and organizes the chaos of complex heterogeneous IT environments to maximize control and optimization, Moab 6.1 maximizes GPGPU utilization. The new generation offers automatic detection, scheduling, and policy-based management of individual GPGPUs for each job with statistics on its utilization as well as key metrics for issue diagnostics.
  • additional enhancements include simplified installation with the new Moab Solution Installer that guides customers through the basic installation process faster and the ability to install only client commands on additional machines. As well as user interface framework enhancements that enable customers to simplify job submission, reporting and training for users and administrators for improved productivity.

“We’re excited to deliver the scalable and intelligent technology our customers need to control and maximize their large-scale, heterogeneous HPC and high throughput computing environments", stated Michael Jackson, president of Adaptive Computing. "The Moab family of products is already trusted by the most security-sensitive and scale-intensive computing environments in the world, including leading international banks, government agencies, manufacturers, health care and service organisations and global commercial enterprises."

Moab HPC 6.1 will be available July 2011 for Moab Cluster Suite, Moab Grid Suite and Moab Adaptive HPC Suite.
Source: Adaptive Computing

Back to Table of contents

Primeur live 2011-06-22

Hardware

Panasas gives customers a treat with scalable ActivStor11 ...

Applications

University of Hamburg to simulate large data applications with Distributed Simulation and Virtual Reality environment ...

German automotive industry heavily relies on HLRS simulation expertise ...

TOP500

The Lomonosov Supercomputer Has Attained a New Level of Performance ...

Company news

Adaptive Computing announces 10x scalability for high throughput computing and next-generation HPC systems ...

University of Birmingham uses Adaptive Computing technology to reduce HPC costs ...

Adaptive Computing HPC Technology advances research capabilities for Europe's leading cancer research centre ...

Penguin Computing's public HPC Cloud is now powered by Adaptive Computin's Moab Cluster Suite ...

Numascale announces support for Supermicro 1042G-LTF and IBM System x3755 M3 with multi socket 8/12 core AMD Opteron 6000 Series ...

Mellanox expands availability of InfiniBand and Ethernet solutions with NEC LX Series Supercomputer through NEC HPC Europe ...

Mellanox and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory demonstrate leading performance and scalability for HPC applications ...

Mellanox announces complete end-to-end FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand interconnect solutions for uncompromised clustering performance and scalability ...

SGI to deliver breakthrough exascale computing solution ...

Platform's collaboration with CERN recognized as 2011 Computerworld Honors Laureate ...

Bright Computing, NVIDIA and NextIO to drive panel discussion on use of GPUs in HPC at International Supercomputing Conference in Germany ...

GE Global Research gets a Cray supercomputer ...