The latest news from Advanced Clustering Technologies

Posted on May 10, 2022

We just sent our latest newsletter to subscribers. If you would like to receive the monthly updates from Advanced Clustering Technologies, an HPC systems integrator that has been building custom, turn-key HPC solutions for 20+ years, you can subscribe to the newsletter here.

Here’s what we covered in the most recent issue:

  • Download our newly updated white paper on HPC grant proposal writing (140% more content than the previous edition).
  • Read about Red Hat’s announcement earlier today about the release of of RHEL 9.
  • Take a look at the cluster we recently installed at California State University – Los Angeles.

Download our Newly Updated White Paper, Best Practices for HPC Grant Proposal Writing

Our newly updated white paper about HPC grant proposal writing is a great resource for you when applying for HPC equipment funding.

Based on interviews with customers who have successfully sought HPC grant funding, this updated white paper contains 2.5 times more content than the previous edition and is even more useful as a resource for grant writers. It draws upon our 20+ years of experience supporting customers’ grant writing efforts.

Download the grant proposal writing white paper.

Linux Distribution Update: Red Hat Announces Release of RHEL 9

Red HatToday Red Hat announced the release of RHEL 9. The platform will be generally available in the coming weeks. Advanced Clustering Technologies’ ClusterVisor cluster management solution supports RHEL 8 and clones including Alma, and Rocky. Development work has begun to support RHEL 9 (including clones) and Ubuntu. We will announce availability for RHEL9 and Ubuntu support in a future newsletter.

See the results of our recent Linux distribution survey.

Take a Look at Our Latest On-Site HPC Cluster Installation: California State University – Los Angeles

A team of Advanced Clustering Technologies HPC engineers and experts recently visited the campus to install a new custom, turn-key HPC cluster.

This GPU-based cluster will serve the STEM community at the university and features our ACTblade x380c server, a 2U air-cooled accelerator node in a front I/O chassis that is ideal for accelerating many applications, especially molecular dynamics (MD) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) codes.

It is also great for artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Read more about our GPU-enabled systems including the ACTblade x380c.  

Download our HPC Pricing Guide
Get our Guide to Grant Writing

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