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NOVEMBER 2011: BIOSCIENCE HPCC FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LIFE SCIENCES RESEARCH

The company had provided consultation and successfully built a Bioscience HPCC (High Performance Computing Cluster) for a Research Centre of Excellence (RCE) involved with environmental life sciences engineering in a local university. The system comprises primarily of IBM large memory SMPs, IBM GPFS, IBM Storage and Open Source applications. It is integrated to an Illumina Sequencer and boasts of more than 500 computing cores.

SEPTEMBER 2011: BIOSCIENCE HPCC FOR OIL PALM GENOME RESEARCH

Novaglobal had successfully commissioned a Bioscience HPCC (High Performance Computing Cluster) to support oil palm genome research for a major plantation owner in Malaysia. The system comprises primarily of IBM x3850X5 large memory SMPs, IBM GPFS and Open Source applications.

AUGUST 2011: NOVAGLOBAL COMMISSIONED TO BUILD A HPC CLOUD

The company was commissioned to build a HPC (High Performance Computing) Cloud facility for a local university. Prototyping would be done on fifty servers; and would be expanded to two hundred and fifty servers when going into full production. The technology deployed was based Moab Adaptive Computing Suite.

JUNE 2011 – REMOTE VISUALIZATION FOR NTU-HPC

The company helped to expand the capabilities of NTU-HPC by integration of a RV (Remote Visualization) system to the existing HPCC. The enhancement allows scientists and engineers to analyze large data set, perform real-time simulation, animation and other visually challenging activity without downloading massive amount of information from the system. They can perform display and review the information remotely from the comfort of their desktop/laptop.

The RV cluster comprises of several IBM high-end servers, Nvidia QuadroPlex servers and Open Source RV applications.

APRIL 2011: IBM GPFS FOR A LOCAL UNIVERSITY

The IBM GPFS (GENERAL PARELLEL FILE SYSTEM) for a local university was consolidated to support multiple HPCC systems with more than three hundred compute-nodes. The consolidation would provide better performance and ease of management with a single global name space.

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