December 07, 2011
Newly packaged service offering is specific for computing systems that fit in ‘one-rack’
SALT LAKE CITY, Dec. 7 — HPC Integrators, a provider of high performance computing (HPC) services, is celebrating its third-year in business by introducing the One Rack Service Pack that packages together essential HPC system monitoring and management services designed for cluster computing systems of under 150 nodes, or generally for any system that fits into one rack. More information about the new One Rack Service Pack can be found http://www.hpcintegrators.com/Services.html or by calling 1-877-HPCI-004 (472-4004).
HPC Integrators fills a unique market need by providing remote HPC system administration services for smaller computing systems. Scientists and engineers that utilize HPC systems of less than 150 nodes to aid in their research and development efforts often cannot justify hiring full-time staff to administer their system. In many cases, this leaves the task of complex system monitoring and maintenance to the researchers and engineers themselves, which takes them away from their core job responsibilities.
HPC Integrators One Rack Service Pack
The One Rack Service Pack is a remote HPC services package that contains essential services to ensure users have the piece-of-mind their cluster systems are operational and productive with ongoing system health monitoring and proactive system maintenance services.
HPC Integrators Quote
“We work with a lot of customers who are project managers within larger organizations where most of the budget went to purchase the computing system itself, leaving a gap as to who will actually take care of the health of this large investment. Once we begin working with a customer they realize how affordable our outsource HPC services are, and the value is very high, because we take care of the system administration, freeing up countless hours for more research and development.” – Nate Fuhriman, HPC Integrators CEO
“We have used HPC Integrators for several projects, and Nate has done a great job in exceeding expectations on those. He is able to come up with the right solution for various types of projects in the HPC space we have assigned to him, and is not afraid to take on challenges. More than anything, he is excellent to work with personally and professionally - and that very important to us, and to our customers. I have great respect for Nate's HPC knowledge and expertise, and have full confidence in him to successfully complete any HPC implementation project he undertakes, and to do with great customer satisfaction.” – Deepak Khosla, founder and CEO of X-ISS, a leading IT solutions company
About HPC Integrators
HPC Integrators provides high performance computing (HPC) cluster set-up and professional remote management services for customers with smaller systems (as few as two nodes, up-to-256 nodes), eliminating the need to hire an expensive full-time system administrator. The company also supports the integration & ongoing management of larger systems for teams needing access to seasoned system administers who possess a deep knowledge of building & managing some of the largest cluster systems in the world. Working with HPC Integrators provide customers peace-of-mind with cost savings.
Source: HPC Integrators
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