Transtec offers Moab Adaptive HPC Suite
Transtec, the provider of customised hardware and tailormade solutions in the fields of HPC, servers, storage and virtualisation, is now offering the Moab Adaptive HPC Suite for its HPC cluster solutions. This provides companies and research institutes with the option of hybrid clustering with Linux and Windows.
Moab Adaptive HPC Suite is produced by Adaptive Computing Enterprises, formerly known as Cluster Resources. Cluster Resources has previously been known for its cluster management solution Moab Cluster Suite, one of the most powerful software solutions for the administrations of small up to the largest HPC clusters worldwide.
Moab Adaptive HPC Suite makes it possible to change the operating system running on any given node in response to changing workload requirements. This happens automatically and is transparent to users and does not require any action on the part of system administrators.
'Transtec is linked to Adaptive Computing by a strategic partnership, which enables us to provide our customers with HPC and data centre solutions that meet very demanding requirements,' explains Dr Oliver Tennert, division manager HPC at Transtec. 'In the near future we will see a convergence of HPC environments and classical data centres, where consolidated solutions are created by means of virtualisation technologies. Thus, a maximum of efficiency as regards resource usage and ease of management of the total solution with maximum of performance is obtained. With Adaptive Computing being the technology leader in that area we are sure to have the best possible partner at hand.'