HPCVL's New T5140 Cluster
By marchamilton on Jun 10, 2008
Here is what our press release said about the new UltraSPARC T2 Plus powered compute cluster at HPCVL, one of Canada's leading HPC research centers. If you prefer to hear what HPCVL is doing with the nearly 10,000 compute threads in their new cluster, visit HPCVL's web site which has quite a bit more information. Better yet, attend Sun's HPC Consortium meeting, being held next weekend prior to next week's International Supercomputer Conference. Ken Edgecombe, Director of HPCVL will be there describing early experiences with their new cluster which was installed several months ago. Karl Schulz, Associate Director of TACC will be there, talking about the ground-breaking work TACC had done this year with the world's most powerful x86 based supercomputer. Sign up for our NDA session and you can hear Sun co-founder and Chief Architect Andy Bechtolsheim talk about what new developments Sun is working on for even more powerful supercomputers. It promises to be a great weekend and a busy week.