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Acer Collaboration with NCKU Built Supercomputer

Published: Nov 19,2013

(Taipei, Taiwan) Acer work with Taiwan National Cheng Kung University supercomputer centers to develop a new architecture of small supercomputer with non-network switch , to maintain the operation of high-speed high-performance parallel computing hosts prototypes.

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The non-network switch architecture for small supercomputer, use eight Acer Altos R380 F2 server, equipped with Intel Xeon E5 series processors, successfully fabricated without network switch, and also to maintain high performance parallel operation of high-speed computing. This configuration can be significant savings to the super computer implementation costs and further improve performance and maintain high elastic customization.

Acer commercial market products Commissioner Linzu Wei said that Acer integrated hardware and software technologies for the NCKU , and assist the new supercomputer architecture to fruition. It proved that Acer's high-speed computing solution can meet the stringent standards supercomputer and norms.

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