Harness the power of our HPC services and solutions for industrial and scientific users in various technologically intensive industries.
Take advantage of our option of high priority computing; meaning that results can be provided the same day. HPC solutions vary based on your needs. Our HPC engineers will advise you to choose the optimal solutions for your needs.
Arctur-2 is the flagship hyperconverged HPC & Cloud computing infrastructure. It has been designed and built to fit various and diverse usage scenarios, from general use Cloud Computing to HPC computing as well as Big Data analytics. By converging different types of servers into single entity the highest performance, energy efficiency and seamless management are achieved thus guaranteeing excellent and cost effective services to users.
Technical details: - CPU cores from Intel Xeon v4 CPUs - 1 TB of memory per node with high memory nodes - 8 TB and 224 CPU core SMP system - servers with multiple locally attached hard drives for Software Defined Storage and Big Data analytics - GPU nodes with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs - network from Mellanox - distributed storage, - multiple-tier block storage with all-flash arrays for cloud computing workloads
We support your most challenging and complex computational needs; while providing an innovation edge for achieving breakthrough results.
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Undeniably, there is an increasing number of services, which are also more and more difficult to control. Cloud computing helps you navigate through the virtual environment and ensures you a care-free computing environment.
Our services encompass a wide array of options; from hosting a virtual server, owning a private cloud, or setting up an individually optimized cloud service.
The AE+CS service lets you personalize your private cloud regarding the quantity of resources, shown in:
The Fortissimo project, funded by the European Commission within the I4MS initiative (ICT Innovation for Manufacturing Small & Medium Enterprises), successfully concluded in December 2019.
It consisted of two phases: the first phase ran from July 2013 to December 2016; the second phase ran from November 2015 to December 2018. The project was coordinated by the University of Edinburgh and involved 23 core partners from different European countries.... read more