Network Architecture is the design of a communications system, which includes the backbones, routers, switches, wireless access points, access methods and protocols used. This may refer only to the access method in a LAN, such as Ethernet or Token Ring
University of East Anglia wished to create a “green” HPC resource, increase compute power and support research across multiple operating systems. Platform HPC increased compute power from 9 to 21.5 teraflops, cut power consumption rates and costs and provided flexible, responsive support.
With its Application Ready solutions, IBM is outflanking competitors in Technical Computing and fast-tracking the delivery of client business value by providing an expertly designed, tightly integrated and performance optimized architecture for several key industrial applications.
This demonstration shows how an organization using IBM Platform Computing workload managers can easily and securely tap resources in the IBM SoftLayer public cloud to handle periods of peak demand and reduce total IT infrastructure costs.
Learn how a simple, open and smart network can help with accelerating the deployment and delivery of applications. This Whitepaper on network virtualization best practices explains how to transform and bridge the virtual and physical networks.
Get our Practical Guide to enhancing business agility with network automation and orchestration. You will learn how simplifying orchestration and operations will help you unlock the value in your applications, and maximize business efficiency.
Improve application performance with a simplified network architecture. This Whitepaper on the top 5 benefits of a modernized data center architecture shows you how to optimize your network for business critical applications.
This in depth study addresses questions, such as “Is their enough physical space to install the fibers I need?” “Can I install the topology needed and still provide room for future expansion and ensure adequate fiber protection?”
Take the pain and time-consuming task of PCB footprint and schematic symbol generation off your plate. This white paper reports on how Optimum Design Associates' pre-qualified PCB library symbols and footprints not only meet but, in many cases, exceed user requirements.
This paper will explain some of the fundamentals of System Level Thermo-Fluid Analysis and demonstrate why 1D CFD is not an accurate description. It will shed some light on both the philosophy that underpins the system approach and how and why it is used.
This presentation will illustrate how IT leaders are leveraging Unified Communications (UC) to deliver real-world business impact and present a roadmap for moving from application- and device-specific infrastructures to a more flexible Unified Communications (UC) solution.
Virtualization caused a major cultural shift in IT. By enabling physical assets to be better utilized, IT teams realized that they could deliver systems to their customers in a more timely manner, thereby delivering better value. In this webinar you will learn what is NetOps and how is it different from DevOps.
CIOs are on a constant quest to understand what infrastructure will provide the best fit, at the lowest risk and cost. In today’s evolving data center, defining the proper use of data center assets, and how cloud-based platforms may or may not fit into the mix is critical to business success. With the abundance of cloud offerings in the market place, physical infrastructure is no longer an enterprise IT requirement. Cloud has established itself as an excellent option for infrastructure outsourcing.
Delivering a cost-effective HPC solution to Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) customers has become easier thanks to Bright Computing. Read more to Learn how these products provide an HPC cluster solution that offers cost-saving features.