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Scientists and researchers can now accelerate time to insight through an affordable, easy to deploy and operate high-performance platform which does not require specialized skills and expensive hardware with Microsoft’s Windows HPC Server 2008 and partner solutions.
When researchers at Rutgers wanted to explore massive computing scenarios with real-world significance for fields such as financial services and pharmaceuticals, they turned to Windows® HPC Server 2008. In one research project, the software proved at least 30 percent faster than Linux. The Windows HPC Server cluster was deployed in one day and works like the Windows operating system with which users and administrators are already familiar
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University of Washington
Our simulation libraries contain a wealth of information about basic amino-acid structural properties. The primary library is Dynameomics, containing simulations of over 800 proteins, which serves to study residues in their protein context. This is supplemented by a library of simulations of the peptide GGXGG, where X is each amino acid. This library serves for investigation of the intrensic propensities of amino-acids in a minimal protein context.
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model is a next-generation mesoscale numerical weather prediction system designed to serve both operational forecasting and atmospheric research needs. It features multiple dynamical cores, a 3-dimensional variational (3DVAR) data assimilation system, and a software architecture allowing for computational parallelism and system extensibility.
Cornell Center for Advanced Computing
A Windows HPC Server 2008 based 512-core parallel cluster called "MATLAB on the TeraGrid" is accessible now as an experimental resource on the TeraGrid, the nation's high-speed research network. Please see here for additional information on Teragrid and here for more information about this installation.