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APPrOAssociation of Power Producers of Ontario (formerly Independent Power Producers' Society of Ontario; Toronto, ON, Canada)
APPROAfghanistan Public Policy Research Organization (est. 2008; Kabul, Afghanistan)
APPROAssociation of Police Public Relations Officers
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We are pleased that the Appro Xtreme-X (TM) Supercomputer meets our customers' requirements with innovative, affordable and flexible configurations to address capability, capacity, hybrid and data intensive computing workloads while continuing to play a prominent role in meeting the demands of petascale computing"; said Daniel Kim, CEO of Appro.
The system will come pre-configured with the Appro Cluster Engine(TM) (ACE) management software designed to manage large numbers of independent physical computers connected together by high-speed networks, allowing them to function as a single computing system.
Appro GreenBlades offer remote server management, high speed interconnect options and a choice of Linux or Windows operating systems.
Appro will participate in the Birds of a Feather presentation at the ISC/08.
With the 128GB of memory, the new Appro workstation is said to provide over four times the graphics, processor and memory bandwidth, providing 25% lower memory latency and twice the computing power of prior models.
Critical data has to be available data, and the new Appro AR3015 NAS is designed with redundant features to keep data flowing 24 hours a day," said Daniel Kim, CEO of Appro.
The Appro HyperBlade clusters will help support Staag Imaging's new proprietary Reverse-Time Migration algorithm.
Appro 1142H key features: Up to four AMD Opteron processors with simultaneous 32-bit and 64-bit computing capability, HyperTransport technology, support for up to 32GB of DDR memory in 16DIMM Sockets, 2 IDE or SCSI HDDs, slim FDD and CD drives or DVD ROM drive and a full PCI-X 64bit/133MHz riser slot.
In 2009, FLDI announced its strategic alliance with APPRO Systems, an Equifax company based in Baton Rouge, LA.
According to Jack Matasosky, President and CEO of APPRO Development, Inc.
The HPC cluster solution provided by Appro and Fusion I/O is designed to give LLNL users significantly more memory and high-speed connections to Lustre than they have had on previous LLNL clusters.
The partnership will enable Appro and NEC to work together towards a common goal, focus on reducing complexity of technology integration when deploying and managing integrated solutions, while lowering customer total cost of ownership (TCO).