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BANGALORE: Dell India on Thursday launched its high performance computing solution, aimed mainly at scientific users, enabling them focus more on their research. “Dell solutions are based on existing, validated architectures that allow us greatly reduce consultancy and implementation time” Neeraj Gupta, General Manager, told reporters here.
Explaining about the new solution, he said “Our high performance cluster computing (HPCC) products use technology building blocks to maximise computing power while simplifying deployment, management and scalability. We have targeted higher educational institutions, scientists and academicians, doing high-end research work”. Other HPCC potential users in India could include molecular researchers, weather forecasters, government oriented users such as power companies monitoring transmission losses and the market could be as large as 500 users, he said. The affordability factor could grow volumes. A value addition could be Dell engineers training users in their own institutions for uses specific to their own needs.
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