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Tim Bush, Hewlett-Packard's High Performance Technical Computing Manager for Europe, Middle East and Africa, who works with Burns and his colleagues, says that compared with conventional vehicle manufacturers, the models being processed at Williams "are probably four to five times bigger than the very largest models being done at the moment.
HP continuously strives to incorporate innovative software offerings in our solutions stack to provide our customers with the industry's best solutions," said Winston Prather, vice president, High Performance Technical Computing Division, HP.
Linux and Mathematica are setting new standards for high performance technical computing.
We look forward to delivering this technical mix for customers across a spectrum of industries who need high performance technical computing solutions.
Blake was vice president for Compaq Computers' High Performance Technical Computing business where he was responsible for developing and marketing the company's AlphaServer SC supercomputers.
Part of Compaq's business philosophy is to undertake agreements with the best-of-breed software developers and providers, and this agreement with Accelrys exemplifies our commitment to the high-performance technical computing sector - specifically to the materials sciences segment," said Bill Blake, vice president of High Performance Technical Computing at Compaq.
Because of the advanced parallel processing capabilities of TotalView, Etnus has become a critical technology partner that Compaq has repeatedly turned to when it comes to developing complex parallel applications," explains Bill Blake, vice president, High Performance Technical Computing with Compaq.
Despite a host of recent advances in hardware and software, downtime for compute intensive applications is an ever-worsening problem in high performance technical computing (HPTC) environments.