Psychsoftpc announces the new Psychlone Cluster line of Beowulf supercomputers for Node Based Parallel Processing High Performance Computing ( HPC ) applications. The individual nodes of the Psychlone Cluster are designed with quality components in a rack mount configuration with attention to power, performance, cooling and reliability. Each node has a high end Intel P4 processor and 2 gig of high performance RAM running in dual channel mode to make this supercomputer really super. The Psychlone Cluster line of High Performance Computing Clusters based on SUSE Linux is ideal for any organization wishing to add the power of supercomputing for a reasonable price.
Designed around the best components to offer value in price/performance, the Psychlone Cluster line of computers for Node Based Parallel Processing High Performance Computing ( HPC ) applications is available starting with 5 nodes. Running at 3.2 ghz per node connected with gigabit Ethernet, and scaling to hundreds of nodes, the Psychlone Cluster makes HPC affordable. Designed for computing intensive applications such as weather modeling, chemical modeling, genetic research, graphics rendering and large digit mathematical problem solving, the Psychlone Cluster is suited for Universities, Pharmaceutical Companies, Weather Stations, Research Facilities and Animation Producers, among others. Since processes are performed in parallel, the time to completion decreases relative to the number of nodes. Adding more nodes gives that much more of an increase in speed. Interested parties can visit
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