|By Business Wire||
|June 17, 2014 04:05 AM EDT||
SysFera, a software innovator that simplifies management and accessibility of high performance computing (HPC) environments, is a Silver Sponsor of TERATEC Forum 2014 scheduled for July 1-2 at the École Polytechnique campus at Palaiseau near Paris. SysFera will host a booth and demonstrate its latest software release of SysFera-DS with new visualisation and infrastructure management capabilities.
“Simplifying access to HPC for engineers and researchers through tools that deliver simulation results faster has become more and more crucial across supercomputing centers in government, industry, and academic research,” said SysFera CEO David Loureiro. “SysFera-DS software optimizes the HPC ecosystem by removing the traditional IT hurdles that end-users struggle with. Non-computer scientists become productive more quickly; project managers spend less time administering applications, users, projects and resources; and IT departments can bill customers more accurately and with less effort.”
SysFera-DS Demo, Booth #15
SysFera will demonstrate the latest release of SysFera-DS, a software solution for managing hybrid HPC environments, at TERATEC Forum 2014. SysFera-DS v4.5 has even further reduced customer overhead in setting up and managing their platform. With SysFera-DS v4.5, customers can complete a full installation in less than two hours with very little downtime. The new software release also delivers native and improved support of GPUs for visualization on HPC computing resources and Amazon Web Services platform.
SysFera-DS software simplifies and speeds the time needed to run both non-interactive and interactive graphical HPC applications on traditional servers, clusters, or cloud environments — all via a simple web browser. SysFera-DS requires no modification by application vendors, no changes to the HPC system security, and no local software installation.
TERATEC is a European R&D association focused on the advancement of intensive calculation and high performance simulation. The association brings together more than 80 technological and industrial companies, laboratories and research centers, universities and engineering schools that want to combine their resources in the strategic area of simulation and High Performance Computing.
SysFera develops innovative software solutions that enable computer centers in government, industry, and academia to make their high performance computing (HPC) environments more accessible to non-technical users, and to manage their HPC resources more efficiently. Focusing primarily on ease-of-use for end users, project managers and IT administrators, SysFera’s software products simplify the access, management, and submission of complex simulations on traditional, hybrid or cloud infrastructures. For more information, visit www.sysfera.com.
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