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Boston launches new HPC website

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Boston has launched a new website dedicated to its high-performance computing solutions. The company states that the new website has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing customers to access detailed product information. Current highlights include the xScaler and dataScaler ranges.

The Boston xScaler cluster range is designed around the industry’s leading technologies, including the latest accelerator technology (Intel Xeon Phi, Nvidia K20), dynamically scalable vSMP large memory systems and the latest CPU technologies from Intel and AMD. The solutions are all fully integrated and certified for use from day one. The Boston xScaler clusters come with a complete cluster management suite, health-checking tools and debuggers/compilers optimised for the cluster architecture.

The Boston dataScaler-NAS is a scale-out NAS solution which helps enterprises manage the explosion of big, semi-structured, and unstructured data growth while maintaining the storage performance, capacity, and availability needed to meet demanding enterprise storage requirements.

David Power, Boston’s Head of HPC, said: ‘We are firmly emphasising our focus on high-performance computing with the launch of a dedicated site that is designed to update customers on the latest Boston product developments. By highlighting the future technologies Boston is working on, we are aiming to add value and connect better with the HPC community.’