[Beowulf] [Bioclusters] Any experience with Infiniband? (fwd from dave@princetonsolutionsgroup.com)

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Fri Apr 29 08:20:46 PDT 2005


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From: David Kramer <dave at princetonsolutionsgroup.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2005 14:27:49 -0400
To: bioclusters at bioinformatics.org
Subject: [Bioclusters] Any experience with Infiniband?
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Our firm is trying to learn about the higher-performance end of cluster 
computing in life sciences, and I wonder whether any posters to this list serv 
have experience with the Infiniband technology. Favorable or otherwise. What 
is your view of the future for Infiniband-based IO in bio and chem-
informatics, compared to other solutions that are emerging? 

With appreciation,
David   

David Kramer
Managing Director
Princeton Solutions Group, LLC
856.642.1724

www.princetonsolutionsgroup.com
  

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