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Using Microsoft Compute Cluster Server for CAE
Posted Thu March 29, 2007 @04:39PM
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Announcements The webcast "HPC Goes Mainstream" will focus on the transition to cost-effective compute clusters for improved, scalable application performance for users of high performance technical or commercial computing applications and disciplines.

The one hour seminar will be held Tuesday, April 24, 2007 at 2:00 pm (EST).

Learn how new approaches in high-performance compute clusters and operating environments have opened the door for a much simpler and cost-effective strategy to meet demand for faster processing and turn-around times in engineering and computational modeling tasks.


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Applications that used to be performed on Microsoft Windows or Linux Desktops where large scale computing was cost prohibitive can now be migrated to cost-effective compute clusters for improved, scalable application performance.

This informative webcast will share recent industry developments that now bring the immense benefits of high-performance compute clusters to the mainstream of technical computing.

The Advanced Research Institute at Virginia Tech will share their experience in delivering new levels of compute capabilities to engineers and scientists that has decreased job-processing time for modeling and simulation tasks by as much as 92 percent.

Register today to learn how new approaches in high-performance compute clusters and operating environments have opened the door for a much simpler and cost-effective strategy to meet demands for faster processing and turn-around times in engineering and computational modeling tasks.

These new approaches in HPC have made the transition from desktop computing to scalable, high-performance clusters a much faster and simpler process and have also allowed for lower support costs through the use of a common IT framework.

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