ClusterVision, Europe's dedicated specialist in high performance computing solutions, has announced the successful completion of a new high performance computing GPU cluster system for the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON). The 2 PFLOPS installation, codenamed ARTS, will be used to assist the institute's Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope with analysing and deciphering large pulsar
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Two security vulnerabilities in modern CPUs have recently been publicised, causing widespread concern in the computing industry. This is because the vulnerabilities are hardware-based and therefore have a potentially very broad impact which cannot be easily patched without consequences. Colloquially referred to as "Meltdown" and "Spectre," these vulnerabilities refer to attacks that can allow
High performance computing (HPC) enables faster and more robust scientific discovery by significantly enhancing data processing capability. The University of Hull has appropriately named their cluster Viper to reflect this speed and power. For Alex Sheardown, a PhD student at the university’s E.A. Milne Centre, HPC is vital to his research in astrophysics. Read
ClusterVision has joined the Servers, Storage & Solutions National Agreement Framework, also known as the SSSNA Framework, that has been published today by the Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC). As a Lot 3B supplier, we are happy to be working together with the SUPC to ensure the efficiency and productiveness of this new mechanism whereby
This year, ClusterVision designed and integrated a state of the art HPC cluster at the University of Hull. This cluster, nicknamed Viper, uses elements of the Intel Scalable System Framework, namely the latest Intel Broadwell processors (Xeon E5 2680v4) and one of the world's first applications of the Intel Omni-Path Architecture. Jane Glasser wrote an