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ScaleMP

Company Info

ScaleMP
2175 Lemoine Ave.
Fort Lee, NJ, USA 07024
Website: www.scalemp.com

Contact: Michael Schulman, Director of Marketing
Phone: 201-429-9740
Email: mschulman(at)scalemp.com 
or sales(at)scalemp.com


Company Overview

ScaleMP is the leader in virtualization for in-memory high-end computing, providing higher performance and lower total cost of ownership as compared with traditional shared-memory systems. The company's innovative Versatile SMP (vSMP) architecture aggregates multiple x86 systems into a single virtual x86 system, delivering an industry-standard, high-end shared-memory computer. Using software to replace custom hardware and components, ScaleMP offers a new, revolutionary computing paradigm. vSMP Foundation is a software-only solution that reduces overall system (CAPEX) and management complexities (OPEX) costs. vSMP Foundation aggregates up to 128 x86 systems to create a single system with up to 32,768 cpus and up to 256 TB of shared memory.

 


Solutions

vSMP Foundation from ScaleMP allows for the aggregation of resources from multiple servers and presents this to the user and the application in a single instance of the OS. For Simulia users, this means that larger and more complex simulations can be performed, as more of the data is kept in high speed memory. A single CPU is then able to address many Terabytes (TB) of memory. Recent benchmarks have shown that using vSMP Foundation and storing data in high speed memory is faster than using flash storage devices to store intermediate results.

Key Features/Benefits:

  • Larger, more complex simulations can be performed
  • Very large amounts of memory can be addressed, in a single OS.
  • High number of cores can be used without complicated programming.
  • Lower OPEX by reducing number of systems to be maintained

Additional Information

Please visit ScaleMP for more information.