HPCMPHigh Performance Computing Modernization Program (US DoD)
HPCMPHigh Performance Computing Modernization Program
HPCMPHigh-Performance Computer Monitoring Project
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The Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command (NAVMETOCCOM) operates the Navy DSRC, one of the five DoD supercomputer centers, on behalf of the DoD HPCMP.
Challenges such as this are the driving force behind the latest DoD HPCMP procurements for the MSRC.
To prove Linux cluster technology was capable of providing the reliability and power necessary for the HPCMP, Linux Networx spent one year running rigorous benchmarks and tests at the Solutions Center, a state-of-the art testing and evaluation facility located at the Linux Networx headquarters in Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City, Utah-based Linux Networx will supply a 2,132 processor-based Evolocity II cluster to the Army Research Laboratory's Major Shared Resource Center, although plans for five further HPCMP cluster systems are in the works.
SAIC will also provide systems engineering and technical support for defining, planning, managing, and executing projects/programs to repair, modernize, improve, and acquire HPCMP and Department of Defense Supercomputing Resource Center assets and capabilities.
Broersma was presented with the HPCMP Hero Award on Jan.
The HPCMP supports DoD scientists and engineers by providing HPC systems, large-scale data storage and complementary technologies.
Contract Awarded to Provide program management and technical support necessary to advance the services, capabilities, infrastructure, and technologies in the HPCMP supercomputing centers.
This reportedly marks the third consecutive year that LSI technology has been included in the HPCMP award.
USJFCOM accomplished this effort with the help of the University of Southern California Information Science Institute, which played a major part in working with the HPCMP to acquire the supercomputer.
The new system is part of the HPCMP Technology Insertion 2006 (TI-06) program, an initiative to modernize the Department of Defense high performance computing (HPC) capabilities.