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IBM Services literature: Technical Computing

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London South Bank University piloted the IBM Platform Computing Cloud Service, giving students and researchers on-demand access to the high performance computing resources they need to run complex simulations - all at low cost and effort.

May 2015 | PDF | 257 KB
To enable real-time understanding of natural language, Nuance uses IBM Spectrum Scale to give its R&D teams fast, massively parallel access to billions of files, with automatic policy-based storage tiering to balance storage cost and performance.

May 2015 | PDF | 177 KB
The University of Colorado Boulder helps researchers store and share huge amounts of data more effectively with the PetaLibrary - a hierarchical storage system based on IBM disk systems clustered with Elastic Storage (IBM GPFS) software, and IBM tape ...

January 2015 | PDF | 133 KB
For faster cancer diagnosis and treatment, a top U.S. research hospital optimized the analysis of genomic information by deploying IBM General Parallel File System (GPFS). The solution cuts some processing from days to hours, speeding the delivery of ...

December 2014 | PDF | 523 KB
To support its clinical and research work aimed at transforming personalized cancer treatment, Caris Life Sciences deployed IBM high-performance computing and storage technologies to analyze, manage and store huge volumes of laboratory-generated data - ...

September 2014 | PDF | 843 KB
To bring new products to market ahead of competitors’ offerings and cut design costs, Cypress removed storage bottlenecks for its IBM Platform LSF computational clusters by deploying IBM GPFS. The solution offers up to ten times better performance and ...

May 2014 | PDF | 690 KB
Hartree Centre extended its IBM System x platform with IBM NeXtScale System servers to support the advanced research and development needs of its UK-based clients - helping drive sustainable energy use and deliver a competitive advantage for its clients.

March 2014 | PDF | 725 KB
CME Group is using IBM Platform Symphony to maximize the performance and scalability of its enterprise computing grid, delivering the rapid insight it needs to better respond to changing market conditions and client demands.

November 2013 | PDF | 263 KB
Jülich Supercomputing Centre supports complex research projects using an IBM Blue Gene/Q supercomputer. It deployed an innovative IBM System x GPFS Storage Server solution, which provides 7 PB of usable capacity, I/O bandwidth of up to 200 GB/s and unique...

July 2013 | PDF | 986 KB
A*CRC had high levels of user discontent and not enough computational resources for the population of users or the number of research projects. Platform LSF acted as the single unifying workload scheduler and helped rapidly increase resource utilization.

July 2013 | PDF | 1 MB
Infiniti Red Bull Racing is using IBM Platform Computing software to power its high performance computing infrastructure for both design applications and near real-time race analytics, giving the racing team the edge it needs to design and run the best ...

July 2013 | PDF | 696 KB
CADMOS deployed an innovative IBM GPFS Native RAID solution based on the IBM System x GPFS Storage Server to provide efficient, reliable, high-bandwidth scratch storage for its Blue Gene/Q supercomputer. The solution can re-build disks 20 times faster ...

March 2013 | PDF | 732 KB
A major Wall Street bank deployed a compute and data grid based on IBM Platform Symphony and 6,000 nodes of IBM System x iDataPlex. The solution matches the previous grid's performance with just one quarter the hardware, saving tens of millions of dollars...

February 2013 | PDF | 694 KB
Thailand's National Electronics and Computer Technology Center (NECTEC) required a high-performance computing solution to support a wide range of scientific research and development. NECTEC implemented a solution with IBM System x iDataPlex servers, IBM ...

September 2012 | PDF | 911 KB
Swift Engineering wanted a solution where they spent more time solving complex problems than administering the system. Cray’s CX 1000 combined with Platform HPC allowed Swift to solve bigger problems with more enhanced graphics with real time speed.

July 2012 | PDF | 3 MB
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, produced 120 TB of raw data per week that had to be processed for analysis. Platform LSF helped the Institute run up to half a million sequence matching jobs a day, resulting in improved workload management, researchers’ ...

June 2012 | PDF | 1 MB
Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) in Munich needed a new high-performance computing solution that could deliver superb performance while conserving energy to save costs. The IBM solution saves LRZ $1.2 million annually in energy costs while delivering ...

June 2012 | PDF | 1 MB
This major Hollywood studio wanted to improve the computer time required to render animated films. Using HPC solution powered by Platform LSF increased compute capacity allowing release of two major feature films and multiple animated shorts.

May 2012 | PDF | 1 MB
Though Red Bull Technology had made hefty investments in IT, the compute resources were operating below its full potential. Platform LSF intelligently scheduled workload and dynamically allocated resources which helped increase performance and throughput ...

May 2012 | PDF | 1 MB
This Oilfield service provider used Platform MPI and saw a host of benefits, including a two-thirds reduction in time-to-software release. It also provided greater flexibility in migrating to new hardware and software solutions.

May 2012 | PDF | 1 MB

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