""After 10 or so years, distributed computing on Linux and x86
cluster platforms continues to deliver impressive performance gains
while driving price points which enable adoption of HPC
applications," said Crystal Smith, a spokesperson for Penguin
Computing (San Francisco, Calif.)
"She sees the server and HPC markets continuing to innovate at a
rapid pace. In terms of CPU architectures, she predicts we will
soon be seeing close to 50-by-64-bit capable CPU cores in a single
node. That will prove to be a boon for HPC workloads that can make
good use of multiple parallel I/O requests or computations.
"Accordingly, the company continues to upgrade its products with
the latest architectures and technologies, particularly its Altus
and Relion lines."
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