Happy Holidays! We Look Forward to Serving Your HPC Needs in the New Year
posted on December 15, 2017

All of us at Advanced Clustering Technologies wish you Happy Holidays. We were fortunate to see so many of you last month at SC17 in Denver. For those who didn’t attend, or didn’t have a chance to visit our booth, we welcome the opportunity to talk with you about your HPC plans for 2018. There […]

Writing a MRI Grant Proposal for the NSF? It’s Due Jan. 29-Feb. 5
posted on November 29, 2017

The deadline for submitting grant proposals for the National Science Foundation’s Major Research Implementation has been extended to Jan. 20-Feb. 5. That’s good news for those of you who are planning to apply for a grant. Do you need help? We suggest you start by downloading a free copy of our white paper, Best Practices for […]

At SC17, HPC Hardware Takes Center Stage
posted on November 16, 2017


Oklahoma State University Selects Advanced Clustering to Build New HPC Cluster
posted on November 6, 2017

Oklahoma State University has selected Advanced Clustering Technologies to build and install its newest supercomputer, which will support computing- and data-intensive research across a broad range of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines. The new supercomputer, which will be named after the university’s mascot, Pistol Pete, will serve as a campus-wide shared resource, available […]

On the Fence about SC17? Request a Free Pass
posted on October 20, 2017

SC17 takes place Nov. 12-16 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. There’s still time to register for the conference. If you are interested in checking out vendor booths in the Exhibit Hall, and don’t plan to attend any of the educational sessions, we can help. Advanced Clustering can provide you with an Exhibit Hall […]

University of South Dakota Gets HPC Cluster for Research Computing
posted on October 6, 2017

The University of South Dakota has acquired a high performance computing cluster as a campus-wide resource available to faculty, staff and students as well as researchers across the state. Made possible by a $504,000 grant from the National Science Foundation and a $200,000 grant from the South Dakota Board of Regents, the new cluster is […]

Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium Takes Place This Week
posted on September 25, 2017

Advanced Clustering Technologies is once again a proud sponsor of the Oklahoma Supercomputing Symposium, which takes place Sept. 26-27 on the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman. The Symposium, now in its 16th year, starts with a Reception and Poster Session from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Tuesday at Stephenson Research & Technology Center. A Supercomputing […]

Featured Product: ACTserv x1110
posted on September 22, 2017

Our ACTserv x1110 supports high core count, high frequency cpus and offers a lot of fast storage. This server is ideal for use as a compute, storage or head node. You can learn more about ACTserv x1110 and make your own configuration selections on our site.

University of Southern Mississippi Gains Campus-Wide HPC Cluster for Research
posted on August 31, 2017

The University of Southern Mississippi has acquired a supercomputer to support research and training in computational and data-enabled science and engineering. The acquisition was made possible through a $622,986 Major Research Instrumentation grant from the National Science Foundation. This new campus-wide cluster, which will be called Magnolia, is a high performance computing cluster with 1,896 […]

Nominate Innovators for the HPCwire Reader’s Choice Awards
posted on August 24, 2017

Nominations are now being accepted for the HPCwire Reader’s Choice Awards, which recognize the best and brightest innovators within the global HPC community. This is your chance to shine a light on those who you feel have made the greatest achievements in HPC this year. Here are the categories for this year’s HPCwire Reader’s Choice Awards: […]

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