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Entry-Level Dual-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor 3000 Series-Based High-Performance Computing Cluster PlatformsProduct Brief: Economical High-Performance Computing (HPC) Platforms with Outstanding Reliability and ValueWith the introduction of more powerful multi-core processors and the move towards clustering, high-performance computing (HPC) is expanding from large-scale computing machines toward workgroups and departmental clusters in many research and science industries. Breakthroughs in absolute performance and price/performance have made it possible for single processor platforms to enter new, low-end HPC applications.Dual-core Intel® Xeon® processor 3000 series-based server platforms are ideal for building small, cost sensitive, high-density, yet powerful HPC clusters that create high-performance personal supercomputing solutions and workgroup clusters. Based on the new Intel® Core™ microarchitecture and Intel® 3000/3010 chipset, these platforms offer balanced computing that enables fast time-to-solution for complex, data intensive problems. This state-of-the-art, multi-core optimized microarchitecture delivers a number of new and innovative features.Read the full Intel® Xeon® Processor 3000 Series-Based High-Performance Computing Cluster Product Brief.
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