CLUSTER FOR HPC

High performance equipment for data processing at higher speeds.

HOW DOES IT WORK?

A cluster for high performance computing is a set of mathematical processing equipment connected through a high-speed network in such a way that it shares processing, storage and memory, that is, it works as if it were a single high-performance computer.

It allows running simulations and applications that require high processing capacity of large volumes of data, to model and perform projections in various areas, such as climate effects analysis, coastal wave analysis, behavioral modeling of chemical elements, DNA analysis, among other services that are currently being executed in the HPC of CEDIA.

For more information contact: noc@cedia.org.ec