Why Intel Cluster Ready?
Take the complexity out of purchasing an HPC cluster. Choose a certified Intel Cluster Ready system to reduce the time and risk of selecting a collection of independent hardware components for your applications. Certified Intel Cluster Ready systems have been thoroughly tested to ensure component interoperability.
Know that it works.
Select a certified Intel Cluster Ready system for your registered Intel Cluster Ready Applications so you can be confident that hardware and software components will work together right out of the box. Software tools, such as Intel Cluster Checker, help ensure that those components continue to work together, delivering a high level of quality and a low total cost of ownership over the course of the cluster\'s lifetime.
Intel Cluster Ready ISV applications have been tested to run on clusters certified as Intel Cluster Ready. You no longer have to worry if your applications will run on a given cluster; instead, with a cluster certified as Intel Cluster Ready, you can focus on the features and performance you need to get your job done.
Common Basis for Clusters
The Intel Cluster Ready Specification is the key to the Intel Cluster Ready program; it eliminates sources of variability that do not affect performance, usability, or utility, but can spell disaster when left unspecified. Beyond documentation, the Intel Cluster Checker increases fidelity with direct measurements of conformance to specification and system performance. When support is needed, the Intel Cluster Checker speeds problem diagnosis, allowing you to return to productive work as quickly as possible.
Building Your Cluster
Silicon Mechanics is working closely with Intel and other members of the Intel Cluster Ready program to develop cluster solutions that will support multiple Intel Cluster Ready ISV applications. The combination of Silicon Mechanics hardware and the Intel Cluster Ready program offers our customers tremendous value through the reduction of installation, deployment, and maintenance times for applications in their cluster.