Cray and ISC enter new partnership

Cray and Interactive Supercomputing have entered a partnership where Cray will now offer the Star-P open-parallel computing software platform on its Cray XT4 and Cray XT5 massively parallel processor (MPP).

Star-P will enable Cray users to run their desktop applications on parallel processors to generate and analyse massive data sets, without the need to learn parallel programming techniques.

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