Even the simplest supercomputers are a sophisticated mix of HPC technologies. We work closely with you to understand your applications, objectives and constraints, guiding you through the maze of options, and developing an individual solution designed to meet your exact requirements.
It includes Luna, our in-house BitTorrent Protocol provisioning tool used for the discovery and deployment of nodes. Boot a 500+ node cluster in just 5 minutes.
For every storage installation, our aim is to make sure it fits perfectly in your HPC cluster and is something you never have to worry about. We can offer fully customised or turn-key storage installations. Using Infiniband or RoCE for parallel filesystems such Beegfs or Lustre, creating multi Petabyte solutions.
Spend less time on resources and more time on getting the best results. We can offer you a range of deep learning solutions that seamlessly integrate in your high-performance computing environment.
Based on the Linpack benchmark performances, the list has been used to define what “supercomputers” really are and which systems can be defined as such continuously since June 1993.
ClusterVision is proud to have been listed more than twenty times in the HPC Top500, including in the top twenty: ClusterVision implemented the MAKMAN-2 installation (hardware provided by Dell) for Saudi Aramco. We built the most powerful supercomputer in the Nordic region at NSC Linköping. The VSC-3 cluster we built for the Technische Universität Wien uses revolutionary mineral oil cooling technology, developed with our partner GRC. The HPC Midlands Plus installation, hosted at Loughborough University, utilises different architectures using our TrinityX cluster ecosystem.
“ClusterVision immediately understood our HPC vision and provided us with a technologically advanced system, Viper, that has propelled the University into the top ten of UK higher educational HPC [centres] with regards to performance. By working closely with the University at every stage of the installation ClusterVision have helped us deliver significant ‘step-change’ in the way that our research is seen to be resourced, conducted and supported.”