January 24, 2005
Compusys HPC has just signed a Authorized Partner Agreement with GridXpert, Paris, to add industry-leading Grid Software Technology to an already extensive HPC portfolio.
This new Agreement provides Compusys HPC with an unmatched offering of Grid software products, including the GX Synergy Product Suite, which unlock the power of utility and Grid computing solutions and allow organizations to implement flexible, seamless and secure distributed computing solutions.
GridXpert Synergy enables organizations to analyse, monitor and manage their entire utility computing resource, taking advantage of existing resources and ensuring they are utilized to their utmost potential.
GridXpert Synergy enables distributed Grids of computing resources to be created and securely connected, either locally, or across geographic boundaries, and can even be used to connect or provide access to partners or other organizations where collaboration and joint research and development is required.
Compusys HPC will be installing GridXpert Synergy Products across the organization, to connect four HPC cluster resources in three European countries, creating a unique Grid technology demonstration facility, that will be available via the Compusys HPC Labs.
Seen as a Center of Excellence with both users and vendors, the HPC Labs allows Compusys HPC customers to access to one of the most advanced high performance computing development facilities in the United Kingdom. The labs are equipped with the latest hardware and software technologies, including hardware architectures including Intel Xeon, Xeon EM64T and Itanium 2 platforms, along with AMD Opteron based dual processor and quad processor server and node platforms. Compusys HPC facilities are fully Grid-enabled, allowing us to fully demonstrate the power of Grid and utility computing.
Laurent Charreyron, director of sales at GridXpert is excited by the agreement between GridXpert and Compusys. "Compusys is a key partner to assist us with delivering Grid and utility computing solutions into the high performance computing sector. With their expertise and our product suite, we can both take advantage of the demand for effective Grid solutions."
"Our new agreement with GridXpert is an extremely important addition to our solutions offering" said Terry Fisher, business development manager of HPC at Compusys. "GridXpert Synergy has already proved itself with several international organizations, and we look forward to delivering similar solutions to new and existing customers. We are confident that this will put us even further ahead in our field."
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