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Third, much like the compute grid, the storage grid acts like a single resource, intelligently sharing the workload to ensure that no single part of the storage grid is overloaded.
This joint effort, expected to roll out during the next six months, should facilitate increased adoption of the distributed technical compute farm model.
This pre-packaged cPCI bladed compute system, which is bundled with Trillium([R]) protocol software, is an off-the-shelf solution that delivers scalability, flexibility, and risk reduction - and represents a strong alternative for customers needing next-generation capabilities without the requirement of migrating to AdvancedTCA.
Scalable shared data storage, equally accessible by all nodes in the cluster, is an obvious vehicle to provide the requisite data storage and access services to compute cluster clients.
Our cost-competitive bladed compute system will help customers monitor session control and security as NGN and IMS deployment evolves, allowing telecom equipment manufacturers to gain market traction faster and at lower costs.
VST has an exclusive focus on virtualizing the compute domain of the enterprise data center, enabling the dynamic partitioning of a switch into multiple logical application switches.
CTC's platform expertise includes AIX, Linux, MAC OS X, Windows Server 2003, Windows Compute Cluster Server 2
Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 is Microsoft's official entry into the world of HPC, and is an integrated, standards-based compute clustering platform built on top of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions.
The MathWorks today announced that its Distributed Computing Toolbox, which extends MATLAB by enabling the development of distributed and parallel applications, now supports Microsoft Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003.

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