Large global shared memory saves time: time-to-results, time-to-solution and time-to-innovation.
What does GSM stand for?
GSM stands for Global Shared Memory
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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global shared memory architecture enables industrial, government and university researchers to gain insight into larger data sets than ever thought possible.
LRZ houses Germany's National Supercomputer System, and the Altix 4700 installation marked the completion of LRZ's Phase I deployment, which incorporates 4,096 Intel(R) Itanium(R) 2 processors, 17TB of global shared memory, and a 330TB SGI InfiniteStorage solution.
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).
SGI) global shared memory architecture enables industrial, government and university researchers to gain insight into larger data sets than ever thought possible.
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.
The Altix family of servers combines industry-standard 64-bit Linux with the Intel Itanium 2 processor family and SGI NUMAflex architecture to enable global shared memory systems from a few to hundreds of processors, which is a first for Linux OS-based computing.
Supporting up to 16 terabytes of global shared memory in a single system image, Altix UV remains highly efficient at scale for applications ranging from in-memory databases to data and compute-intensive HPC applications.