Sept. 18, 2006 | Interactive Supercomputing has developed Star-P technical computing software for high-performance computers based on the new Dual-core Intel Xeon 5100 processors. Star-P is the world’s first interactive parallel computing platform, which allows scientists, engineers, and other researchers to code algorithms and models on their desktops using familiar mathematical software packages such as MathWorks’ MATLAB and run them instantly andinteractively on parallel servers. Star-P eliminates the need to reprogram the applications in C, FORTRAN, or MPI languages to run on parallel computers, which typically takes months to years to complete for complex and computationally intensive problems. The Intel Xeon 5100 is designed to deliver more computing power at less cost, with 80 percent higher performance coupled with 35 percent less power consumption than previous Xeon chips.
Vendor: Interactive Supercomputing
Product: Star-P technical computing software
For more information: www.interactivesupercomputing.com