Microsoft and Novell deliver high-performance computing using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Windows HPC Server

Microsoft and Novell reported strong demand for their high-performance computing interoperability solution with 33 shared customers now deploying sophisticated server workload management across SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Windows HPC Server. High-performance computing offers customers ability to process massive amounts of data and solve computationally intense problems, making it an optimal choice for government entities, […]

Microsoft and Novell reported strong demand for their high-performance computing interoperability solution with 33 shared customers now deploying sophisticated server workload management across SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Windows HPC Server. High-performance computing offers customers ability to process massive amounts of data and solve computationally intense problems, making it an optimal choice for government entities, universities and large companies. Microsoft and Novell have added HPC customer accounts in a wide range of geographies and industries, such as financial, healthcare, higher education and technology sectors, include Deutsche Bank AG, Honeywell International, Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. Ltd., Texas Instruments, Tianjin Dawning Information Industry Co. Ltd. and the Tokyo Institute of Technology.

South Africa's Centre for High Performance Computing (CHPC) in Cape Town, the continent's largest publicly funded HPC facility, is the latest company to adopt cross-platform solutions and enterprise support offerings from Microsoft and Novell.

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