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Three HPC Companies Introduce Turnkey High-Performance Statistical Computation System with RPro
Posted by Sami Mkaddem, Rocketcalc, Thursday August 10 2006 @ 01:42PM EDT

REvolution Computing Inc., James River Technical, Inc., and Rocketcalc LLC today announced the availability of turnkey systems for high-performance statistical computation based on the RPro and NetworkSpaces software and the Rocketcalc Saturn line of personal supercomputers. These systems bring a significant advance in the accessibility of high-performance statistical computation to researchers, analysts and engineers.

The Rocketcalc Saturn personal supercomputers make high-performance computing more versatile than ever before. RPro and NetworkSpaces from REvolution Computing introduce the power of enterprise-class high-performance computation to the R statistical analysis system. The combination of Saturn with RPro and NetworkSpaces places serious high-peformance statistics computation within reach of individual researchers for the first time.

"Effective processing of very large data sets has become key to high-value research in many fields. The availability of turn-key systems based on REvolution's software and Rocketcalc's hardware through JRTI allows researchers to increase productivity by quickly creating and deploying data analysis solutions that deliver answers in record time." -- Gregory R. Warnes, Ph. D., University of Rochester Center for Biodefense Immune Modeling Systems are ready to run right out of the box, equipped with up to 16 AMD Opteron processor cores, 64 GB RAM, and 3 terabytes of internal storage, and backed by enterprise-class professional support, training, and service from REvolution Computing and James River Technical. The Saturn personal supercomputer is remarkably compact and quiet and can be powered from a standard wall outlet, making it suitable for use in the office, lab and classroom.

James River Technical, Inc. is currently accepting orders for turnkey Saturn systems with RPro and NetworkSpaces. For full specifications and ordering information, please contact www.jrti.com, or contact James River Technical for information on configurations and pricing.

About Rocketcalc

Rocketcalc LLC of Kent, Ohio, USA is the leader in innovation and manufacturing of turnkey personal supercomputing systems. Rocketcalc systems are used around the world in diverse applications from academia, defense and industry. Visit: http://www.rocketcalc.com

About REvolution Computing

REvolution Computing is a leading provider of software and support for high-performance statistical and business intelligence tools, including R. We provide commercialization and core parallel computing technologies (automatic parallelism in most cases) that renders R practical for production and regulated use. The ability to effectively deal with very large data sets enables high-value research that has been previously out of reach. REvolution Computing was originally founded in 1980 as Scientific Computing Associates, and has thousands of users worldwide in bioscience, financial services, manufacturing, and oil & gas. For additional information, visit http://www.revolution-computing.com

About James River Technical, Inc.

James River Technical (JRT) is a leading provider in delivering High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions to the Academic, Government, and Commercial marketplaces. JRT has delivered over $200 million in HPC solutions to our diverse customer base over the last 10 years, making JRT the most successful reseller and integrator in the HPC arena. Our focus is on delivering HPC solutions that provide the most cost effective path to discovery and insight, regardless of your discipline or budget. JRT provides a national coverage model to serve your needs throughout the U.S. For additional information visit: http://www.jrti.com/home.php

All trademarks or registered trademarks are the property of Rocketcalc LLC or their respective owners.


Sami Mkaddem
Rocketcalc LLC
Tel. +1 330-673-4911

Richard Schultz
REvolution Computing
Te. +1 203-777-7442

Leo IanTosca
James River Technical
Tel. +1 804-521-3041

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