In effort to boost the performance of its data centers, ScaleMatrix has teamed up with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to launch a new Center for Excellence (COE) for hybrid high performance computing (HP).
With ScaleMatrix’ Dynamic Density Control (DDC) platform as the foundation for this new center in the U.S., the two organizations are pushing boundaries for power efficiency and density, while delivering better performance and more cost effective outcomes for some of the world’s most challenging compute requirements.
HPE Center of Excellence (COE) for hybrid HPC will offer a highly-tuned, purpose-built HPC infrastructure, enabled by a vast range of data center capabilities of the ScaleMatrix DDC platform. The COE will serve as a test environment and sandbox for enterprise and HPC clients that want to gain an enhanced understanding of the platform’s capabilities, while also having access to hands-on resources as part of the program offering.
Participants that access the COE platform will benefit from exceptional performance, hardware and orchestration tools tuned for unique needs, and after successful testing of any particular workload or application, migrate the environment to a hosted platform within one of ScaleMatrix’ U.S. data centers, or to HPE hardware deployment for on-premise use.
Bill Mannel, vice president and general manager, HPC and AI, HPE: “We are innovating ways to address thermal density and power efficiency in the HPC data center to improve TCO and overall performance for our customers. We look forward to collaborating with ScaleMatrix to launch HPE’s first Center of Excellence (COE) for hybrid HPC in the U.S., integrating the HPE Apollo product family with ScaleMatrix’ platform, for comprehensive end-to-end HPC solutions from hardware to data center cost structures.”
Chris Orlando, CEO of ScaleMatrix, says, “For nearly a decade, ScaleMatrix has focused on delivering the most flexible, future-proof, and capable data center platforms in the world. The launch of the Center of Excellence for hybrid HPC with HPE, underscores those efforts, and allows us to further demonstrate the impact that precisely managed, ultra-dense deployments can have on enterprise and HPC clients. DDC is the ideal platform for high-performance environments, and our ability to deliver these unique capabilities in one of our U.S. hosting sites, or on-premise at a client owned data center site, means that these advantages are available to anyone, in any geography. We greatly value our collaboration with HPE, and we look forward to jointly providing this exciting COE resource, and to helping end-users achieve more with every IT dollar they invest.”