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quadrics

[′kwä·driks]
(mathematics)
Homogeneous, second-degree expressions.
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Quadrics believes that the microprocessors resulting from the partnership will have the best floating point performance in the Linux market for conducting both scientific and general computations.
As a leader in high performance interconnects, we saw the migration to 10-Gigabit Ethernet as a tremendous growth opportunity and our partnership with Fulcrum has allowed us to move very quickly to get to market," said Giovanni Trezza, chairman of Quadrics.
To prepare the systems of the future, Bull is a founder or member of several important consortia including Talos (which brings together Intel, the CEA, Quadrics and Stuttgart University Computing Center) and Parma, which forms part of ITEA2 and brings together a large number of European research centers to develop the next generation of parallel systems.
The TCS installation marks the first operation of AlphaServer SC, the system software that ties AlphaServer systems together, on this scale and the first large-scale, multi-level Quadrics switch structure that supports thousands of processors while achieving sustained operation across the system.
In industry, Bull supercomputers have been chosen by Quadrics for the new HPC center at Alenia Aeronautica, a subsidiary of the Finmeccanica group, as well as by Alcan, who chose its new Bull HPC infrastructure for its scalable power, small footprint and reduced electrical power consumption.
Participants include ADC, Extreme Networks, Force10 Networks, Foundry Networks, Fulcrum Microsystems, NetEffect, Quadrics, SwitchCore, Tehuti Networks, and Teranetics.
Bull, the French Atomic Energy Authority (CEA), German national HPC center HLRS, Intel and Quadrics have announced the creation of the TALOS (Technologies for Advanced Large scale Open Supercomputing) alliance, aimed at accelerating the development of high-performance computing solutions in Europe.
Participating Ethernet Alliance members at Interop Las Vegas include: 3Com Corporation, ADC, AMCC, Anixter, Avago Technologies, Cisco, ClariPhy, ExceLight, Extreme Networks, Fiberxon, Finisar, Force10 Networks, Foundry Networks, Fulcrum Microsystems, Ixia, Microsemi, Molex, NetEffect, Neterion, Opnext, Panduit, ProCurve Networking by HP, Quadrics, SMC, Solarflare Communications, Spirent Communications, SwitchCore, SYSTIMAX Solutions, Tehuti Networks, Teranetics, The Siemon Company, Tyco Electronics, and the UNH InterOperability Lab.
Bull, the French Atomic Energy Authority (CEA), German national HPC center HLRS, Intel and Quadrics today announced the creation of the TALOS alliance, aimed at accelerating the development of high-performance computing solutions in Europe.
Participating Ethernet Alliance members include: 3Com Corporation, ADC, AMCC, Anixter, ClariPhy, ExceLight, Extreme Networks, Fiberxon, Finisar, Force10 Networks, Foundry Networks, Fulcrum Microsystems, Ixia, Microsemi, Molex, NetEffect, Neterion, Opnext, Panduit, Quadrics, SMC, Spirent Communications, SwitchCore, SYSTIMAX Solutions, Tehuti Networks, Teranetics, The Siemon Company, and Tyco Electronics.
The NovaScale servers are interconnected via an ultra high-performance Quadrics QsNet II network, the world leader in supercomputing networks.
Low Latency Switch Allows Quadrics to Expand Its Line of 10-Gigabit Ethernet Interconnects for Massively Parallel Computing