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New IBM Concept: Linux Clusters + Blade Servers = Cheap Supercomputer
IBM intends to combine two popular nowadays concepts of building computing systems – clusters on Linux and blade servers – into one, on the basis of which it will be possible to create super-powerful distributed computing networks for scientific research and business.
Along with the combination of the two concepts, a Linux blade server cluster was announced today – eServer Cluster 1350. Cluster 1350 consists of four eServer x335 or eServer x345.
The idea of creating clusters from blade servers is a completely logical continuation of the development of server technologies. Often, a cluster consists of several hundred servers, and since a few more blade servers can fit in one rack than a conventional one, “packing” a cluster into several racks for blade servers seems to be quite a reasonable solution. Moreover, RLX and SGI have been successfully selling such systems for a long time.
The main difference between IBM solutions is their initial focus on scalability and the ability to create supercomputers based on them from fairly standard components, the cost of which will be several times less than those created “piecemeal”.