HP Reduces Complexity to Advance the Power of Clusters
Friday January 14 2005 @ 09:25AM EST

Designing clusters that are simple to live with - while providing a base for the latest technologies and an extensive array of applications - is the goal of the new "Unified Cluster Portfolio" program recently launched by HP's High Performance Computing Division.

As part of its program announcement, HP has simplified its cluster offerings by introducing a unified, common implementation for cluster platforms, a move HP believes will give customers rapid access to the latest hardware and software technology without the heartburn.

HPCwire spoke with Alanna Dwyer, HP's Linux marketing manager for high- performance technical computing division at HP, to find out further information about this announcement.

Full interview...

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