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Bright Cluster Manager Selected as Part of HPC Cluster Research Grant at St. Louis University

Bright Computing today announced that Bright Cluster Manager® 6.0 was selected as part of an HPC cluster innovation grant awarded to St. Louis University. The university is the winner of a high-performance computer cluster donated by Silicon Mechanics, and its vendor partners Bright Computing, AMD, Kingston Technologies, NVIDIA, QLogic, Supermicro and Seagate.

SLU will use the then-generation hardware to support technology in several academic departments: Digital Theology, Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Business and Computer Science. The Center for Digital Theology, for instance, will technology paleography, using the cluster to process large sets of digital images of pre-modern manuscripts. The Biology Department will more efficiently analyze the large amounts of data associated with studying climate change in the Andes Mountains, during the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Department will run simulations of parachute and cargo drops. Bright's image-based provisioning makes it in the extreme fast and easy to reconfigure the SLU cluster to best support the unparalleled computing requirements of these departments.

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