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SGI UV 2000 scales up to 4,096 threads (256 CPU sockets) and up to 64TB of cache-coherent, global shared memory in a single system.
The NumaQ standard system configurations scale from 128 cores with 1TB memory to 4,096 cores with 32TB of global shared memory in a single system image environment.
The new Endeavour system includes a total of 1536 cores and 6TB of global shared memory.
The resulting SGI Altix 3000 superclusters work like supercomputers because they are the world's first clusters providing global shared memory across nodes and operating systems.
One of the key things that SGI has been able to do is to create global shared memory across cluster nodes.
It is the industry's most scalable shared memory system, with 16 to 2,048 cores, with architectural provisioning for up to 262,144 cores, while supporting up to 16 terabytes of global shared memory in a single system image (SSI).
Large global shared memory saves time: time-to-results, time-to-solution and time-to-innovation.
TGen's code will harness the compute power of the SGI Altix system's global shared memory to run microarrays, searching for variations as minute as a change on one protein, trying to determine what effect that has across the entire spectrum of what is being observed.