ScaleMP Unveils Foundation Virtual Server Aggregation Solution

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ScaleMP is ramping up the capabilities of its vSMP Foundation virtual server aggregation and management solution, leveraging Intel's latest processors to increase the scale and performance of the offering.

ScaleMP officials announced May 25 that vSMP Foundation 3.0, which is aimed at the HPC (high-performance computing) space, will support Intel's Xeon 7500 series "Nehalem EX" processors and Xeon 5600 series "Westmere EP" chips. Doing so means that vSMP Foundation enables the creation of virtual SMP systems that have two to 128 physical nodes.

ScaleMP is increasing the scalability and performance of its vSMP Foundation virtual server aggregation solution, which enables users to take mainstream Intel-based servers to create massive virtual SMP systems. vSMP Foundation 3.0 supports up to 128 physical nodes and VMs with up to 64 TB of shared memory.

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