Five Tips for Writing a Winning Grant Proposal
posted on January 18, 2016

The deadline for Major Research Instrumentation (MRI) grant proposals to the National Science Foundation was last week. If you submitted a proposal, we wish you luck. If you didn’t, there’s always next time. Either way, we wanted to share some helpful hints gathered from customers who have won grant funding in the past. Check out […]

Configure Your System, Get Pricing Estimate with Configurator
posted on August 11, 2015

Advanced Clustering welcomes you to Configurator, an online tool that enables you to configure your HPC system, server, storage or workstation in order to get an initial price estimate. Available from any product page on AdvancedClustering.com, the Configurator allows you to make configuration selections including processors, memory, power supply, hot swap bays, hard drives, network […]

The Cost of HPC: How Does Budget Affect Value?
posted on July 28, 2015

Whether or not you have a budget in mind or funding in hand, you’ve no doubt wondered what you get for your money when purchasing an HPC cluster. If you had more money, would the value be equally enhanced? If you spent less, would the value still be there? These are all valid questions. To […]

Report Shows HPC Spending ‘Solid and Stable’
posted on July 7, 2015

HPCWire reported this week that 2014 was a strong year for HPC sales across the major categories with 59% of all sites anticipating further growth during the next two years. The finding comes from the seventh Site Budget Allocation Map from Intersect360 Research, which examines trends across academic, government and industry sites. The report finds […]

HPC Cluster Blog – RHEL 7 Released
posted on June 23, 2015

On June 10th of 2014, Red Hat launched version 7 of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating system. RHEL 7 was a long time coming and adds a bunch of great features and fixes from previous versions. There are lots of improvements but we will be just going over a few key ones in […]

HPC Cluster Blog – Consulting
posted on April 16, 2014

Are you thinking of purchasing a new HPC cluster? Maybe you are considering expanding your current environment? Not sure where to start? Contact Advanced Clustering Technologies and discuss your concerns with sales and engineering to determine which direction is best for you. You’ve heard of the Intel Phi co-processor, perhaps you’ve seen others working with […]

HPC Cluster Blog – SSD vs HDD
posted on March 31, 2014

SSD vs. HDD – or when to choose one over the other. At Advanced Clustering, we hear a lot of opinions for the use of both solid state drives (SSDs) and standard hard disk drives (HDDs), and each has its own pros and cons depending on what their use will be. While there are advantages […]

HPC Cluster Blog – Oversubscribing Your Network?
posted on February 6, 2014

To oversubscribe your IB network or not: When deploying an high performance computing cluster with more than 36 nodes that has an InfiniBand network, one of the most important considerations (beyond the bandwidth – QDR vs. FDR) is whether to oversubscribe or not. There are valid reasons for both approaches. Our first option is a […]

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