Supercomputer SGI Altix 450 at raised in Cadolzburg 800 Windows machine in a while more and more companies in the economically tense situation save costs, the HOB GmbH & co. KG on innovation and development: with the purchase of the supercomputer, SGI Altix 450 invested Cadolzburg-based mid-sized software company vigorously in a successful future. To realize the ambitious goal, the high-tech parallel 800 Windows 7 – operating systems with HOBVM and VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) machine to operate, the SGI Altix 450 is gradually expanded to 38 Intel Itanium CPUs with 76 cores and 854 gigabytes of main memory. The new supercomputer is used for performance testing and load testing of server software, such as VDI and remote access for many simultaneous users picked up. With VDI-technology support, client-Windows systems such as Windows 7 / Vista in the Datacenter are virtualized. Access via RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol). The supercomputer SGI Altix 450 is a useful extension of the existing network in the Office, picked up the currently about 80 addresses of all leading manufacturers with a wide variety of architectures and operating systems.
Profile picked up the HOB GmbH & co. KG is a medium-sized German software company that develops innovative remote access solutions and worldwide markets. In 1964 established and successful company’s core competencies include server-based computing, secure remote access, as well as VoIP and virtualization, which are used in small, medium and large companies. Products by picked up are certified by the BSI (Bundesamt fur Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik) according to common criteria. RAISED worldwide approximately 120 employees, half of them in the development of busy today in its Cadolzburger headquarters and its branch offices. HOB maintains offices in France, Malta, Netherlands and United States, and Mexico. More information: HOB GmbH & co. KG Matthias of Haleem Schwadermuhlstrasse 3 D-90556 Cadolzburg Tel (switchboard): + 49 9103 715-0 fax: + 49 9103 715-271 Internet: Doris Jessen