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Eliminate HPC I/O Bottlenecks in CFD Applications
Posted Mon July 28, 2008 @01:11PM
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News Panasas, an industry leader in parallel file systems and parallel storage, provides technology to maximize utlization of HPC clusters by removing CFD application I/O bottlenecks between the compute infrastructure and the storage system.

Contemporary CFD software that is designed to leverage the benefits of parallel file systems, such as FLUENT, STAR-CD, STAR-CCM+, CFD++, AcuSolve, and others, have demonstrated significant performance gains with clusters that include Panasas parallel storage over conventional NAS/NFS storage architectures.

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The combination of scalable application software and HPC clusters with Panasas storage technology has demonstrated new and significant productivity advantages for workflows in CAE applications. The benefits range from dramatic HPC cost-performance improvements to ”non-practical” high-fidelity CAE simulation solutions on commodity clusters.

To learn more about CAE benefits from parallel storage, download the Panasas Solution Brief on Panasas® Parallel Storage: HPC Benefits for Computer Aided Engineering Applications.

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