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Primeur weekly 2016-06-13

Exascale supercomputing

Paul Messina discusses rewards, challenges for new exascale project ...

Quantum computing

Analogue quantum computation has been universally digitized using superconducting circuits ...

World-first pinpointing of atoms at work for quantum computers ...

Controlling quantum states atom by atom ...

Focus on Europe

Euro 2016: Computer predicts football results ...

HPC community gears up for ISC 2016 - record number of attendees expected ...

Middleware

Bright Computing partners with ProfitBricks to offer customers an elastic high performance computing solution ...

One Stop Systems introduces the GPUltima with Bright Computing's HPC Cluster Manager ...

BeeGFS Omni-Path certification: 12GB/s per server ...

Bright Computing unveils its plans for the International Supercomputing Expo ...

Mellanox paves the way to higher efficiency data centres with 25 Gb/s Ethernet ...

IBM invests to accelerate development and commercialization of disruptive technologies in Asia ...

Hardware

DVV data centre to host new magnitUDE supercomputer ...

CSIR's Centre for High Performance Computing unveils the fastest computer in Africa ...

PNNL appoints Liyuan Liang director of Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory ...

Forrester Research names Cray a strong performer in Big Data Hadoop Optimized Systems ...

PRACE to issue Newsletter 17 ...

Dell enables customers to maximize performance of enterprise applications and core business workloads with PowerEdge four-socket servers ...

Michigan State University celebrates arrival of new supercomputer ...

Applications

Materials project releases massive trove of battery and molecule data ...

NERSC fields its first Student Cluster Competition team ...

Simulating chemical evolution with Piz Daint ...

Skyrmions à la carte ...

The Cloud

IBM launches industry's first development environment for Apache Spark - delivered in the Cloud for rapid adoption ...

Leadtek looks to build on healthcare solutions leverage its longtime high-performance visual computing technologies by eyeing medical IoT opportunities ...

One Stop Systems introduces the GPUltima with Bright Computing's HPC Cluster Manager


7 Jun 2016 Escondido - One Stop Systems Inc. (OSS), a provider of next-generation GPU-based clusters for high performance computing applications has launched the GPUltima product line to employ Bright Computing's HPC Cluster Manager software. Bright Computing is a provider of comprehensive software solutions for provisioning and managing HPC clusters.

OSS' GPUltima is a scalable cluster that can scale to a petaflop of compute performance in a single rack. The GPUltima is comprised of 'compute nodes'. Each compute node contains sixteen GPU cards and one or two dual socket servers, each with dual 'Haswell' processors. All GPU cards can communicate with each other through an Infiniband switch. The servers communicate to the internet through an Ethernet switch. Additional nodes can be added as needed.

Bright Computing's cluster management software allows complete manageability of the nodes as well as the individual GPU cards. The GPU monitoring and management software provides a 'single-pane-of-glass' management of the hardware, the operating system, HPC software, and users. With Bright Cluster Manager, system administrators can quickly get clusters up and running and keep them running reliably throughout their lifecycle - all with the ease and elegance of a full-featured, enterprise-grade cluster manager.

"Where conventional computer cluster systems use CPUs as the primary data processor, the GPUltima employs numbers of GPU cards, providing 10 times the performance by adding thousands more cores", stated Steve Cooper, CEO of One Stop Systems. "The GPUltima is completely 'application-ready', configured and tested to the customer's specifications, so that the customer can begin processing immediately. The unique cluster management and monitoring software and the service and support packages that accompany the GPUltima make this a user-friendly system that allows the customer to begin his work without having to configure the cluster."

"We are delighted to be adding OSS to our partnership network and looking forward to engaging with them to develop and deliver solutions that help our clients get the most from their cluster hardware and software investment", stated Bright CEO Bill Wagner. "Our partnership enables OSS to introduce an out of the box infrastructure management solution that will automate and improve processes, save time, and reduce administration costs."

The GPUltima with Bright Computing's Bright Cluster Manager for HPC software is available immediately. Pricing is determined by the number of nodes and the software the customer prefers. A single node with NVIDIA Tesla K80 GPU cards and Bright Computing's 1-Year Commercial Support, without application software begins at $125,000. OSS sales engineers are available to assist you in designing the right system for your requirements.
Source: Bright Computing

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2016-06-13

Exascale supercomputing

Paul Messina discusses rewards, challenges for new exascale project ...

Quantum computing

Analogue quantum computation has been universally digitized using superconducting circuits ...

World-first pinpointing of atoms at work for quantum computers ...

Controlling quantum states atom by atom ...

Focus on Europe

Euro 2016: Computer predicts football results ...

HPC community gears up for ISC 2016 - record number of attendees expected ...

Middleware

Bright Computing partners with ProfitBricks to offer customers an elastic high performance computing solution ...

One Stop Systems introduces the GPUltima with Bright Computing's HPC Cluster Manager ...

BeeGFS Omni-Path certification: 12GB/s per server ...

Bright Computing unveils its plans for the International Supercomputing Expo ...

Mellanox paves the way to higher efficiency data centres with 25 Gb/s Ethernet ...

IBM invests to accelerate development and commercialization of disruptive technologies in Asia ...

Hardware

DVV data centre to host new magnitUDE supercomputer ...

CSIR's Centre for High Performance Computing unveils the fastest computer in Africa ...

PNNL appoints Liyuan Liang director of Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory ...

Forrester Research names Cray a strong performer in Big Data Hadoop Optimized Systems ...

PRACE to issue Newsletter 17 ...

Dell enables customers to maximize performance of enterprise applications and core business workloads with PowerEdge four-socket servers ...

Michigan State University celebrates arrival of new supercomputer ...

Applications

Materials project releases massive trove of battery and molecule data ...

NERSC fields its first Student Cluster Competition team ...

Simulating chemical evolution with Piz Daint ...

Skyrmions à la carte ...

The Cloud

IBM launches industry's first development environment for Apache Spark - delivered in the Cloud for rapid adoption ...

Leadtek looks to build on healthcare solutions leverage its longtime high-performance visual computing technologies by eyeing medical IoT opportunities ...