Microsoft and HPC: Driving High Productivity in a Competitive World
At Supercomputing 2006, Microsoft entered the HPC marketplace with Windows Compute Cluster. In this interview, Microsoft will present key findings and trends over the last year, as well as key initiatives and product plans to make parallel computing more productive for end-users, cluster administrators, and developers. Shawn Hansen discusses how customers and software developers have introduced HPC in new ways, driving productivity from small turnkey clusters to clusters as large as 7000 nodes.
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