Scalable Systems Releases a New, Enhanced Rocks Roll for Intel
Software Development Products
Scalable Systems would like to annouce the availability of a Rocks Roll for Intel software for Rocks-based clusters. The Rocks Roll with Intel Software Development Products currently supports Intel Pentium processors, Intel Xeon processors, and Intel Itanium 2 processors. Support for Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (Intel EM64T) is expected to be released at SC04. The Roll includes:
- Intel Fortran Compiler for Linux
- Intel C++ Compiler for Linux
- Intel Cluster Math Kernel Library (Intel Cluster MKL)
- Intel Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel IPP)
- MPICH and LAM MPI compiled with Intel compilers
Future versions will contain the Intel VTune Performance Analyzer for Linux, the Intel Threading Tools, and the Intel Trace Analyzer and Intel Trace Collector for MPI applications tuning.
The Roll can be downloaded from http://www.scalablesystems.com. The full text of the press release can be viewed at http://www.scalablesystems.com/news/RocksRollPressReleaseIntel.pdf.
The Rocks cluster toolkit is an easy-to-use cluster configuration and management package developed by the Grid and Cluster Computing Group at San Diego Supercomputer Center and its collaborators. Rocks is designed to allow end-users to quickly and easily build a high performance computing (HPC) cluster.
Scalable Systems is a co-developer of Rocks and was instrumental in integration of Myrinet, SGE, PVFS and of course the Roll containing Intel software.
Rocks is extensible via Rolls, packages that add a specific capability to the cluster. The new Roll released by Scalable Systems automatically installs Intel Software Development Products onto a Rocks cluster.
About Scalable Systems
Scalable Systems Pte Ltd (www.scalablesystems.com) is a leading provider of high performance and grid computing solutions and services in Singapore and the Asia Pacific region. Scalable Systems is a co-developer of Rocks (since 2001) contributing Parallel Virtual Filesystem, Grid Engine and various drivers and mathematical libraries integration into Rocks. The Scalable Rocks Cluster Toolkit provides users with a commercially supported Rocks cluster platform based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux and integrated with the Scalable Rocks Console (RxC) a web-based cluster management and end-user tool.
Message Edited by hagabb on 11-01-2004 11:29 AM