Intel Cluster Ready enables new HPC cluster users to get their work done easier, faster, and better by moving from the limitations of desktops and workstations to the increased productivity potential of HPC clusters.
Because Intel Cluster Ready offers a standards-based Linux architecture, this allows for better system, component, and application compatibility. This gives new HPC users the flexibility to choose the system and applications right for their needs and have confidence that they will work together.
Intel Cluster Ready makes it easier and faster to choose, deploy, manage, and support HPC clusters. For more information please check our homepage at www.intel.com/go/cluster.
ClusterVision specialises in the design, deployment and operation of High Performance Compute (HPC) clusters. Compute clusters are used by pioneering organisations in academia and industry to run high-intensity computing applications in fields such as scientific research and development, manufacturing, healthcare and finance. By combining cutting-edge hardware and software components with a range of customised professional services, ClusterVision helps its customers create top-quality, efficient and reliable HPC solutions.
In addition to systems technologies from leading manufacturers, ClusterVision's solutions typically include a range of HPC software components, such as easy to use cluster provisioning, management and monitoring.
ClusterVision offers a full end-to-end portfolio of professional services - from system design, assembly and certification, to operational management, support, and training. With a background in applied scientific research, and practical experience in a wide range of HPC technologies, the ClusterVision team has designed and built some of the largest and most complex computational, storage and database clusters in Europe.
IBM is a globally integrated enterprise operating in over 170 countries. Today IBM UK has around 20,000 employees, bringing innovative solutions to a diverse client base to help solve some of their toughest business challenges. In addition to being the world's largest IT and consulting services company, IBM is a global business and technology leader, innovating in research and development to shape the future of society at large. IBM's prized research, development and technical talent around the world partner with governments, corporations, thinkers and doers on ground breaking real world problems to help make the world work better and build a smarter planet.
The only truly European IT company capable of designing, integrating and implementing supercomputers, Bull has made Extreme Computing one of its key strategic priorities. Many prestigious companies and research centres have chosen Bull Extreme Computing solutions, most notably in France, Germany, UK, Spain, Netherlands and Brazil.
Bull Extreme Computing solutions are based on bullX, a range of innovative systems designed for uncompromised performance, which has gained worldwide recognition.
Aircraft Research Association is an independent research and development organisation which was established in 1952 as a wind tunnel testing centre for the UK aircraft industry. ARA's main strength is their ability to combine wind tunnel testing, with the complementary services of model design, component manufacture and computer simulation, making the model design stage more effective and therefore minimising the time customers need to spend in the wind tunnel.
FRIENDSHIP SYSTEMS develops and licenses the FRIENDSHIP-Framework, a premium engineering software which is dedicated to the simulation-driven design of functional surfaces. Geometric modeling and flow simulation are merged to enable the streamlined optimization of key product properties like fuel consumption, flow homogeneity or operating range.