Posts in the Technology category:


Clusters vs. Systems

By Nir Paikowsky, VP OEM Enablement – I’ve been thinking recently about the differences in purchasing a cluster for HPC work versus purchasing an individual server. After the decision has... Read More »


3 ways virtualization aggregation can save you money!

By Pat Carey – Vice President of Sales, Major Accounts As ScaleMP continues to virtualize and aggregate the power of even more of the x86 hardware platform, now including accelerators... Read More »


Optimized performance throughout time for your vSMP Foundation

By Erez Valen – Director of Technical Services and Support As part of our technical support engagement with customers, we have observed that many of our customers focus on optimizing... Read More »


How Do You Define a Supercomputer ?

By Shai Fultheim – Founder, President and CEO I’ve been thinking a lot about Supercomputing lately, especially as we prepare for one of the two large “Supercomputing” events that is... Read More »


A Server Perfect for Every Single Job ?

By Pat Carey – Vice President of Sales, Major Accounts My introduction to technical computing was in the 1980’s, where I was asked to join the “Computer Planning and Goals”... Read More »


Ensuring your hardware is ready for vSMP Foundation installation

By Erez Valen – Director of Technical Services and Support The right hardware configuration is a key factor in a successful deployment of vSMP Foundation. I would like to describe... Read More »


Sizing a system for Memory Requirements

By Michael Schulman – Director of Marketing I’ve been thinking recently on how to size a system for a specific workload. I thought about how to obtain a system with... Read More »


Considerations for choice of building blocks for your SMP

By Benzi Galili – COO, EVP Channel Sales If you’ve had any experience in designing solutions for IT deployment (and even more so, specifically with HPC solutions), you’d know that... Read More »