Dell EMC is helping higher education move research to an on-demand, “as-a-service” model via integrated compute clusters and network fabrics, giving researchers powerful yet cost-effective and scalable tools and capabilities for making new scientific discoveries.
This case study explains how the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas built an HPC platform with Hadoop for both the computing and the storage demands of big data and analytics.Learn more now >
This short video showcases how the Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas built its first at-scale Hadoop big data analytics platform from Dell EMC, Intel and Cloudera technologies.Learn more now >
This web page offers details on the Dell EMC end-to-end HPC portfolio, plus links to two case studies: MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center with 1.7 petaflops peak performance capability; and the Beijing Genome Institute with Dell with 288.5 teraflops peak performance.Learn more now >
Researchers at colleges and universities worldwide are using Dell EMC storage technologies, such as Isilon, for big data. Other technologies include tools that support the Integrated Rule-Oriented Data System (IRODS), enabling flexible data movement between storage systems and metadata management systems.
This nine-page white paper explains how researchers are pushing their discovery horizons using powerful high-performance computing (HPC) solutions from Dell EMC. The goal is to advance, democratize and optimize HPC, so more researchers can use it to explore new avenues of investigation without being technologists themselves.Learn more now >
Discover how higher-education researchers are vastly expanding their capacity to investigate complex problems, including the use of big data analytics, by means of powerful, yet cost-effective high-performance computing (HPC) systems from Dell EMC that are easier to use than ever.Learn more now >
Dell EMC can integrate high-performance computing (HPC) and research storage systems with big data, using its native Hadoop unstructured analytics platform. The open-source version of the Pivotal Big Data Suite is another analytics option available to researchers.
This short video shows how University of Alabama at Birmingham researchers use Dell EMC HPC solutions in genomics research, cryptography research, brain mapping. With 2,300 cores and 110 teraflops total performance, the system can analyze in hours what used to take days or weeks.Learn more now >
This four-page solution brief explains how higher education can use big data and analytics based on tested and certified reference architectures from Dell EMC. Both structured and unstructured data can be analyzed—and done so with infrastructure that offers a lower total cost of ownership.Learn more now >