UK-based manufacturer of high performance, low-power server, storage and clustered solutions, today announces a new partnership with Q-Leap Networks, the creator of the cluster OS Qlustar, to offer scalable out-of-the-box HPC, storage and cloud cluster solutions to their customers that are easy to deploy and operate. Boston’s state-of-the-art hardware components combined with the management capabilities of Qlustar will deliver powerful ready-to-run cluster systems for datacentres of all size. Supporting any kind of HPC workload, various cluster file-systems (Lustre, BeeGFS, Ceph), private clouds based on OpenStack as well as “big data” analytics capabilities, these solutions will be able to cover all requirements of modern compute centres in industry and research.
Boston has been designing and deploying HPC solutions for the past two decades, using leading technologies and components from the world’s foremost high performance computing specialists. The Boston HPC range spans the latest compute, interconnect and storage technologies and offers leading density, performance and costs.
David Power, Head of HPC at Boston, says, “We are delighted to be working with Q-Leap. It’s a natural coming together of some of the industry’s best hardware solutions and Q-Leap’s award-winning cluster management software.