The impact of high-performance computing (HPC) clusters on research or business processes that require intensive processing of large amounts of data is huge - they not only save time but also dis-cover deeper, more complex insights.
“Novian Technologies” IT architects design HPC clusters by adapting them to the needs of a specific customer and specific models and algorithms. In cases where the customer's needs are no longer met by the available HPC computing resources, their capacity is compared with the targets and renewal requirements are formed.
It also helps move new HPC computing resources from the standard HPC architecture to resources based on graphical accelerators.
“Novian Technologies” takes responsibility for the entire process - from design to equipment supply, installation, and maintenance, so the company ensures careful implementation of each step and their coherence with each other.
The design analyzes and evaluates the concept of the HPC cluster and, if necessary, helps to refine it. At this stage, the calculation modules planned for use are delved into, and the potential financial benefits of the HPC cluster in terms of electricity savings (especially in the case of upgrades) and other economic parameters are assessed.
It is recommended to anticipate the capabilities of the HPC cluster that will be available to interest third parties and how this collaboration could be commercialized.
The vision of the HPC cluster is realized by selecting the most suitable equipment from different manufacturers. Such a set-up allows you to select the elements that provide the greatest possible benefits that fit together and work together to maximize the performance of the HPC cluster. The installed equipment is finally adapted to the intended architectural model and calculation of customer tasks.
With complete and well-understood knowledge of how the customer's HPC cluster works, “Novian Technologies” specialists continue to monitor it in the event of failures, eliminate them promptly, and help adapt or upgrade existing equipment as the customer's needs change.