12 Nov 2018 Fort Lee - ScaleMP's software-defined server products ServerONE and ClusterONE, as well as solutions based on its software-defined memory (SDM) technology, MemoryONE, will be demonstrated at multiple locations in the Supercomputing 2018 show in Dallas, Texas.
The ServerONE demonstrations will show aggregation of multiple x86 systems into a single virtual scale-up system, delivering an industry-standard, high-end, shared-memory computer.
The ClusterONE demonstrations will show a workstation-class supercomputer, targeting the replacement of mid-range HPC cluster. ClusterONE reduces management complexity of HPC clusters and allows for both interactive and batch use, leveraging existing, simple work processes.
The MemoryONE demonstrations will show how clients can leverage SDM to use high-end NVMe SSDs as system memory for transparently replacing or expanding DRAM for memory-intensive applications. This innovative memory solution targets cloud, HPC, and enterprise clients in need of larger system memory, allowing more data to be analyzed in real time, leading to greater insights and faster decision making.
"In 2018, we have seen a strong demand for our software-defined memory technology, represented by its fastest growth in our product portfolio. With SDM, we are able to deliver industry-leading, high-end solutions for memory-intensive applications, such as in-memory databases and Cloud and high-performance computing applications", stated Shai Fultheim, CEO and founder of ScaleMP. "It is lowering the acquisition cost and enabling larger system scales for IT departments. Production SDM deployments using the Intel Xeon processor already hold as much as 24 TB of system memory, and run huge in-memory databases. Organisations can now leverage the cost benefits of NVM over DRAM and make decisions in real-time without changes to their software stacks."
ScaleMP ServerONE and ClusterONE will be demonstrated at ScaleMP's booth #2816.
Solutions based on ScaleMP's SDM technology, MemoryONE, will be showcased at the following booths at SC18: