The Triolith cluster at National Supercomputer Centre (NSC) in Linköping has now been extended with 400 nodes to 1600 nodes and remains Sweden’s largest and most powerful compute cluster. Linpack benchmarks was delivered for the 2013 top 500 list which were published at Supercomputing SC13 in Denver. Thriolith achieved #79 worldwide and #1 in Sweden with an Rmax of 407.2 TFlop/s. Thriolith consists of HP Proliant SL6500 Scalable System with1600 SL230s Gen8 nodes running 2x Xeon E5-2660 8C at 2.200GHz and with Mellanox FDR Infiniband.(www.top500.org)
Please take a look at our Newsletter covering updates in our software portfolio.
Our yearly Golf Tournament will take place at Skaftö golfklubb the 22nd of August. It´s a whole day event with bus from Gothenburg in the morning and back late evening. Sign up already now to guarantee your place!
See the interview from Go Virtuals “Product development day” at Verkstadsforum
Peter Kaae our latest hire came to us after 22 years with HP and Convex, he has held various technical and sales positions in Europe and USA. Lately he was managing all HPC sales for HP USA in Â 7 western states. Among his customers were Boeing, Chevron, Stanford, UCLA and many of the large US government institutes. He has a whelm of experience assisting customers with purchasing large HPC and enterprise systems. Peter will Â manage sales in both Denmark and Germany.
The Virtual Product Development Day brings an insight on how to use technology to improve product development and decrease the lead time to market. A full day event where companies present how this technology improves their business.
SWEDEN, March 12, 08.30 – 17.00, Elite Park Avenue Hotel, Gothenburg
DENMARK, March 14, 08.30 – 17.00, HP Office in AllerÃ¸d
Go Virtual Introduction
Jan Wallenberg, CEO Go Virtual
Keynote by Dr. Robert Bishop
Bob Bishop is the founder and president of ICES – International Centre for Earth Simulation and also serves on the advisory boards for the EPFL’s Blue Brain Project. Bob Bishop has spent 40 yearsÂ in the technical, engineering, and scientific computing business and was responsible for building and operating international aspects of Silicon Graphics Inc, Apollo Computer Inc., and Digital Equipment Corporation.Â Â (Sweden/Denmark)
Go Virtual CFD Software Portfolio
Refining Business Value through HPC and Big Data
Anders R Gregersen, Senior Specialist, Wind & Site Competence Centre, Vestas Wind Systems (Denmark/Germany)
Intel Xeon Ivy Bridge and Intel Xeon Phi
Andreas Nordin, Strategic Business Development, Intel (Sweden/Denmark)
Michael Klemm, Intel (Germany)
Scalable Computing – Challenges and Directions*
Ghislain de Jaquelot, Business Development, HP HPC Competency Center EMEA
The Largest Supercomputer in Sweden
Niclas Andersson, Technical Director, National Supercomputing Center, LinkÃ¶ping (Sweden/Denmark only)
Centralizing Workstations with Desktop Cloud Visualisation
Andrea Rodolico, CTO NICE Software (Sweden/Denmark)
Karsten Geier, NICE Software (Germany)
Automated CFD Process in Aerospace Industry
Lars Ljungkrona, CFD Specialist, GKN Aerospace (Sweden only)
CAE Strategy at Volvo Car Group
Johan Stabeck, Director CAE Strategy, Volvo Car Corporation (Germany only)
Thermal Simulations with TheseusFE
Stefan Polke, Manager Software Development, P+Z Engineering
The Challenge with Big Data,
Yves-Marie Lefebvre, Sales and Support Engineer, Intelligent Light,
Terry Rush, Sales Manager, Panasas (Sweden/Denmark),Wolfgang Szoecs, Storage Systems Engineer, Panasas (Germany)
(TBD), HPC Competency Center, EMEA, Hewlett-Packard
Food and Beaverages Included
*) Requires signed NDA at event.
Director Presales, Ratingen, Germany
Ulrich Meier rejoined Go Virtual Germany in December 2012 as the Director Presales and High-Performance-Computing specialist. Ulrich has a solid background of more than twenty years of experience in market development, marketing, technical pre-sales and sales for complex technical IT solutions. As a former member of the European technical sales teams of Convex Computer, Silicon Graphics, and Sun Microsystems he knows the sales process of high value addition products, the face to face contact with customers and the challenge of a competitive situation. In his previous role as Technical Director at Go Virtual Germany Ulrich was the solution architect for the systems installed in Germany. As a Senior Consultant at ict GmbH â€“ Aachen Ulrich initiated the HPC partner program for Fujitsu.
Ulrich’s personal strength is the ability to explain, demonstrate and to position technology and thus to establish the link between the customer and the solution provider. His broad and profound knowledge of technical and scientific computing is the key enabler to grow Go Virtual’s competence in Germany and to start-up and operate pre-sales and service teams. Ulrich holds a Ph.D. in Computational and Quantum Chemistry from the Ruhr-UniversitÃ¤t Bochum in Germany.