Cray unveils new branch of Cray XC30 product line

The new Cray XC30-AC is putting HPC capabilities into the hands of the technical enterprise segment.

Many businesses are facing a growing need to complete data-intensive research and simulations to support innovation. However, companies in the technical enterprise range rarely have the funds needed to invest in a high-end HPC data center, supercomputer and storage solution. Enter the new Cray XC30-AC™ supercomputer. Through a combination of integrated high-performance computing architecture and an efficient air-cooling system, the new branch of the Cray XC30™ product line can provide between 20 TF and 200 TF of performance at a price point ranging from $500 thousand to $3 million. A close look at the XC30-AC On the inside, the Cray XC30-AC supercomputer is not all that different from our liquid-cooled Cray XC30 system. The AC-version … [Read more...]

Innovation through Collaboration: Lustre User Group 2013

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At Cray, we are proud of our supercomputing history. We are also proud of our heritage and leadership position within the Lustre® file system community, having delivered some of the world’s largest and fastest production Lustre file systems. Lustre has evolved and matured into the pre-eminent, open parallel file system for HPC and big data storage. Our open storage system strategy builds on the Linux® operating system (across numerous distributions), and combines interoperability, platform choice, and the Lustre file system. Why Lustre?  Simply put: performance, scalability, and innovation through open collaboration. The Lustre file system powers around 2/3rds of the top 100 HPC sites.  At Cray, we have a broad number of Lustre … [Read more...]