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The ICE Box appliance is an ideal cluster management tool that provides vital features like serial access to nodes and remote power control -- so I never need to go to the server room," said Gene Cutler, bioinformatics scientist for Tularik.
Because the Coma cluster has some unusual traits, the investigators remained uncertain about whether most clusters have potent magnetic fields.
These HPC systems and software are part of the HP Unified Cluster Portfolio, a comprehensive, modular package of hardware, software and services that helps customers better manage, store, access and visualize the large volumes of data created by highly complex science, engineering and analysis applications.
This trend applies pressure to the storage systems used to support these I/O-hungry applications, and has prompted a wave of new storage solutions based on the same scale-out approach as cluster computing.
The cluster comprises 256 2-CPU computational servers from VA Linux, and IBM Netfinity servers for cluster management, file storage and visualization.
So far, the Virgo scientists have revealed one hot, massive cluster in their analysis of one-fourth of the sky.
Today, departments need a cost-effective way to increase HPC capacity without buying more hardware, and Virtual Cluster is the answer," said Ben Rouse, UD's chief executive officer.
All controllers provide an active-active I/O workload and communicate between all controllers within the cluster.
Some of the gas gathered around NGC 1399, a massive galaxy at the center of Fornax, while a larger amount concentrated around the entire cluster.
Support for Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 for cluster platforms HP reaffirmed its support of Windows(R) Compute Cluster Server 2003, released by Microsoft earlier this month.
The growth of cluster computing has been fueled by a number of key technology developments in recent years.
In addition, atoms in the ideal cluster building block pack together tightly, the scientists say.