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Old 03-07-2004, 04:44 PM   #1
cleveland
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Question NCAPI Rocks HPC Application Support


I am looking to implement an Opteron based cluster and have been informed that NCAPI Rocks V3.1.0 has a HPC Roll that is optimised for the X86-64 architecture.

I have been informed that this product greatly simplifies the implementation and management of a HPC. Does anyone have any experiences on this product set that can confirm this?

Could I also get some information on the HPC Application support level of this product?

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