Dell launches broad server lineup for Intel® Xeon Phi Coprocessors

Dell launches broad server lineup for Intel® Xeon Phi™ Coprocessors

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Supercomputer drives scientific discoveries

Texas Advanced Computing Center has built one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers with Dell, helping scientists make world-changing, breakthrough discoveries.

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Introducing the Dell Active Infrastructure for HPC Life Sciences a first-of-its-kind, end-to-end HPC platform developed specifically for genomics workloads

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Dell HPC solutions enable cutting-edge, world-class research that's timeline and efficient with decreased cost and complexity.

 

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Dell helps TGen fight pediatric cancer with High Performance Computing, by enabling a shortened treatment plan, giving the patient a better head start at fighting Neuroblastoma.

 

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Join the Dell HPC community conversation with active contributions from industry leading customers, world-wide partners and Dell experts.

 

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Tame the data torrent: The Dell approach to HPC storage

See how Dell can help you grow and manage the vast amounts of data produced by your HPC research computations.

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Virginia Bioinformatics Institute finds cures for life threatening diseases with Dell and Intel technology.

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Our cutting edge is your competitive edge

The new Dell PowerEdge servers.  The highest performing, most manageable, most innovative family of Dell servers ever.

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Dell HPC solutions based on Intel® technology can literally re-write the rules to your organization. Imagine cutting weeks or months from your research process as your designers, engineers, and staff can compute large amounts of information in minutes or hours, not days or weeks. Reduced the "wait time" means bringing shorter design cycles and faster finds for your research!
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  • A New Venture for Jay Boisseau

    Congratulations to our friend Jay Boisseau, former director of the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), on his latest venture. Jay has become the CEO of a new start up, Vizias. The company is focusing on “advancing science and improving society through innovative computing and data strategi...

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  • NCSA is Helping Companies See the ROI in HPC

    Trying to determine the return on investment (ROI) offered when companies adopt high performance computing can prove to be a difficult challenge. However, the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, is now helping companies in industrie...

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  • Leading Italian Universities Seeing Success with New HPC and Cloud Competence Center

    Last year two leading Italian universities, the University of Pisa and Scuola Normale Superiore, worked with Dell and Intel to create the High Performance Computing and Cloud Competence Center. The institutions are now realizing the benefits of their efforts.  Both universities chose to creat...

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  • Comparing Sandy Bridge vs.Ivy Bridge processors for HPC applications

    by Mayura Deshmukh and NCSA Private Sector Program (PSP) As new server technologies become available, each generation is touted as being better, faster, more efficient, and laden with new features. For an HPC user, the question is “how much better?”, “how much faster?&rdq...

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  • TACC's Stampede is Being Used to Study Neurological Diseases and Addictions

    Researchers at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) are using the Stampede supercomputer to study a link that neurological and psychiatric diseases share with addictions. The link is dopamine, a neurotransmitter that plays an important role in our cognitive, emotional, and behavioral functioni...

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  • HPC in an OpenStack Environment

    by Joseph Stanfield and Nishanth Dandapanthula Introduction As the concept of cloud computing continues to expand its market reach, many companies have discovered the advantage of encapsulating configuration details into a virtual setting allowing users to build a customized environment and run...

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  • Congratulations to Dan Stanzione, Executive Director of TACC

    Congratulations Dan Stanzione, who was officially named Executive Director of the Texas Advanced Computing Center.  Dan had been deputy director since 2009. In an HPCwire interview, Dan talked about his vision for TACC going forward, and what an exciting time it is for him to take the reins. T...

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  • Join Us at XSEDE14!

    Please join us at XSEDE14  in Atlanta July 13 - 18! This year's Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) conference promises to showcase discoveries, innovations and achievements from around the world that make our lives healthier, safer, and better. Among the many info...

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  • Fine Tuning a Hadoop Cluster to Increase Performance

    During last month's Hadoop Summit, Armando Acosta moderated a Fireside Chat with Cloudera and Intel to discuss benchmarking, the ways to dramatically increase performance of a Hadoop cluster, and the performance tunings requiring changes to the BIOS, OS, Hadoop, and JVM configuration files. Join...

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  • Eeny Meeny Miney Mo, Are 20 Cores the Way to Go?

    by Nishanth Dandapanthula Intel’s Xeon E5-2600 v2 product family processors (architecture code named Ivy Bridge) have been available in the server market for a few months now. Ivy Bridge processor-based systems provide better performance when compared to previous generation processor fami...

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