High Performance Computing manufacturer teams with Atmospheric Data Solutions to provide turn-key supercomputer solutions for the AMS community
LAKE FOREST, CALIF., JANUARY 06, 2018 /PRWEB/ — PSSC Labs, a developer of custom High Performance Computing (HPC) and big data computing solutions, today announced it will showcase a series of High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions that are custom-built for weather modeling and wildfire analysis at the American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting (AMS) January 7-11, 2018 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas in Booth #736 in the Main Hall.
This year, the 2018 AMS Annual Meeting theme is “Transforming Communication in the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise Focusing on Challenges Facing Our Sciences.” The theme aims to enhance the scientific conference with a focus on communication science and practice to ensure the strengthened success of the enterprise in the future.
Weather research is rapidly advancing aided by the technological evolution of High Performance Computing servers. PSSC Labs delivers hand-crafted HPC and big data computing solutions based on its PowerWulf HPC cluster that are customized for the AMS community. PowerWulf HPC Clusters include pre-configured and fully validated blocks with the latest Intel HPC technology and all the necessary hardware, network settings, and cluster management software prior to shipping. Such solutions are paramount for dependable information in forecasting and air quality assessments for environmental analysts. Through the use of powerful, turn-key HPC cluster solutions for weather modeling solutions, climate scientists are able to combat wild fires such as the ones seen recently in Southern California.
PSSC Labs offers a complete hardware/software solution through its partnership with Atmospheric Data Solutions, LLC (ADS) to deliver powerful and customized supercomputing solutions for ADS’ weather modeling products. The weather modeling solutions that ADS creates include high impact weather forecast guidance products, tailored regional wildfire forecast guidance products, and utility load and outage forecasts – all requiring analysis of a large quantity of data that demands high performance computing to maximize accuracy and maximize the number of times models can be run daily.
PSSC Labs PowerWulf HPC Cluster offers a reliable, flexible, high performance computing platform for a variety of applications in the following verticals besides meteorological sciences including: Design & Engineering, Life Sciences, Physical Science, Financial Services and Machine/Deep Learning.