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Barcelona, January 10th 2017 -- HPCNow! has reached a comercial agreement with NICE Software and Allinea Software to provide services on their products: DCV and EnginFrame developed by Nice; and Allinea Forge (DDT + MAP) and Performance Reports, developed by Allinea.
Barcelona, January 5th 2017 -- HPCNow! and SchedMD have signed a strategic partner agreement in order to provide Level 1 and Level 2 Slurm support services to both government and commercial entities.
Barcelona, March 2nd 2016 -- The 5th HPC Knowledge Meeting, organised by HPCNow! and IQTC-UB, will take place in Barcelona, Spain, from April 20th to April 21st, 2016. HPC Knowledge Meeting is a key global conference for High Performance Computing, Clustering, and High Performance Data Analytics. Up to 100 HPC specialists are expected throughout the event.
Barcelona, February 22nd 2016 -- The Centro de Computación Científica de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (CCC-UAM) selects the proposal submitted by Omega Peripherals and HPCNow! for the supply and installation of a scientific and technical supercomputing system and the expansion and upgrade of the Lustre storage system.
Barcelona, January 10th 2016 -- Osakidetza-SVS selects the proposal submitted by Omega Peripherals and HPCNow! for the supply and installation of an HPC infrastructure that will equip the Unidad de Biomedicina Cuantitativa with the resources needed to provide computational services in a scientific environment.
Barcelona, December 16th 2015 -- The Centro de Supercomputación de Galicia (CESGA) selects the proposal submitted by Omega Peripherals and HPCNow! for the supply and installation of a Cloud system and a scientific visualization cluster.
Barcelona, October 22nd 2015 -- The Institut de Química Avançada de Catalunya (IQAC-CSIC) selects the sNow! suite, designed by the HPCNow! team, to manage its HPC infrastructure.
Barcelona, May 21st 2015-- The Donostia International Physics Center Foundation (DIPC) selects the proposal submitted by Omega Peripherals for the supply, installation and set up of its new computer cluster.
Barcelona - 1 December, 2014 — HPCNow! announced Catalan Institute of Climate Sciences (IC3) has selected BeeGFS high-performance file system for a converged infrastructure to accommodate ever-increasing storage needs of climate modeling results. The system has been designed and deployed by HPCNow!
As one of the most important climate centers in Southern Europe, IC3’s data infrastructure has been tailored to allocate climate model outputs and post-processing results, which are capable of generating up to 10 TB of data per week. The current solution is capable to achieve sustained 8GB/s aggregate write throughput, and 10GB/s aggregate read throughput. Moreover, the current 1 PB storage solution is designed to be seamlessly upgraded to 10 PB over the next two years in order to meet the research needs.