November 18, 2008
Dell-powered Hyperion cluster at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory aims to be first non-proprietary petascale supercomputer
The Texas Advanced Computing Center's 'Stallion' Visualization Cluster reaches 307 million pixels -- now the highest resolution tiled display for open science in the world
AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 18 -- SC08 -- The next era of supercomputing will be marked by increasing standardization and democratization of high-performance computing (HPC) technologies, accelerating the pace at which we are able to address the world's most serious issues, Dell CEO and Chairman Michael Dell told attendees at the SC08 conference today.
A live Web cast, transcript, slides and other materials will be available at Dell.com/SC08.
The News: Quotes:
Michael Dell – Chairman and CEO, Dell
Dr. Mark Seager, Head of Advanced Computing Technology, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Kelly Gaither, Associate Director for Data and Information Analysis, Texas Advanced Computing Center, the University of Texas
Pat Gelsinger, senior vice president, Intel, and Digital Enterprise Group general manager
Twenty-four of the world's top supercomputers run on Dell (NASDAQ: DELL).
Source: Dell Inc.
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