Boston | HPC Solutions

View Boston's award winning high performance computing solutions and services. At Boston labs we test and evaluate all the latest HPC technologies to ensure our solutions utilise the most innovative components on the market.

 

Management Software

Our cluster management solutions ensure your cluster is easy to manage and reduces any administration burdens.

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Management Head Nodes

The head node plays a ciritical role in any HPC cluster and as such our head nodes are specificially designed with fault tolerance and resilience in mind.

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Services

Our HPC Services division reduces the burden of the day to day administration of your cluster by providing remote cluster management services.

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Storage

With the insatiable growth of research storage demands, traditional storage solutions are no longer viable. Our HPC storage solutions are designed to scale to any size.

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Networking

To ensure your HPC cluster runs efficicently for parallel workloads or IO intensive workloads you need to ensure that your network fabric is optimised for high bandwidth and low latency.

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Compute

Our Compute solutions are designed with performance, power, density and efficienty in mind and can be taliored to your exact requirements with high end fabrics or large memory capacity.

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Test out any of our solutions at Boston Labs

To help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, we have opened up our research & development facilities and actively encourage customers to try the latest platforms using their own tools and if necessary together with their existing hardware. Remote access is also available

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CIUK

Latest Event

CIUK - Computing Insight UK [Formerly MEW]|12th-13th December 2017, Manchester Central, Manchester

Boston are pleased to be Keynote Sponsors once again for CIUK. This year the theme for the conference will be “Joining Up the UK e-Infrastructure” and the main programme will include presentations covering sub-themes such as “Experiences of Joining up e-Infrastructure” and “Experiences of Cloud Computing Within the UK and Europe”.

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