ScaleMP to demo virtual shared memory at SC08

ScaleMP will demonstrate will exhibit its software in booth at SC08 and as part of joint solutions in partner booths including Sun Microsystems. vSMP Foundation is a leading-edge virtualization solution that aggregates multiple x86 systems into a single virtual shared memory system, reducing overall management complexity while significantly improving processing and memory capabilities. Full Story

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3 Responses to ScaleMP to demo virtual shared memory at SC08

  1. Dimitar says:

    They don’t seem to support Solaris x64 or any of you hardware… Are they planning to?

  2. Michael Schulman says:

    ScaleMP does support the Sun x64 blades. Their press release says so. They do not support Solaris x64 on these blades. If you desire support for Solaris x64, please let us know and what the potential business opportunity is for Sun.
    Thanks.

  3. I assume that the Solaris MPO feature (Memory Placement Optimization) will be very beneficial for this architecture, which is highly NUMA.
    Solaris on vSMP will be an interesting basis for accelerating applications.

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