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Adaptive Computing Offers the Next Generation of High-Performance Computing with Moab HPC Suite 7.0

Provo, Utah (PRWEB) March 13, 2012

Adaptive Computing (, managers of the worlds largest supercomputing systems and experts in intelligent HPC workload management software solutions (, today announced the availability of the Moab HPC Suite 7.0 (, its new, enhanced data center system offering designed to improve IT service delivery. Moab HPC 7.0 is designed to boost system productivity and hardware utilization rates, delivering a seamless scheduling and balancing of workloads.

The new HPC suite is powered by Moab, Adaptive Computings patented workload management technology, designed to prevent service failures by correctly deploying applications and infrastructure elements, and optimizing hardware to reduce costs.

In todays economic climate, its vital that businesses be able to maximize their investments and get the most of their resources, said David Jackson, founder and CTO, Adaptive Computing. The new version of our Moab HPC suite introduces enhanced capabilities surrounding scalability, reliability and productivity -- providing customers with the best-in-breed workload management solutions currently available on the market.

Moab HPC Suite 7.0 introduces several new features to enhance the HPC experience:

The TORQUE 4.0 job resource manager has been developed to improve scalability management as resource needs intensify. TORQUE allows users to save time as they initiate tasks with Job Radix, running jobs spanning up to hundreds of thousands of nodes. It also improves network communications by utilizing TCP to transfer data between nodes and more efficiently distributes communications.

New job cancellation policies enhance the efficiency of the system by eliminating the remaining sub-jobs once the solution is found.

Because users have differing database preferences, Moab 7.0 incorporates additional ODBC-compliant database support for PostgreSQL and Oracle, among others.

Additional Enhancements

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