To generate the power of a supercomputer, we resort to a group of current servers. The software supplied by the open-source community runs parallel applications. This software performs memory management and message passing, and runs certain applications on the cluster system.
We use the current Message-Passing Interface (MPI), also called the message-passing application programmer interface. This style of programming has become so popular that PVM (Parallel Virtual Machine) and MPI are now supported by most manufacturers of shared-memory systems.
Thanks to superior processing speed, generated by a high-speed, low-latency interconnection network, our solutions offer incomparable ease of execution. To increase overall efficiency, the entire network maximizes data transmission between cluster servers.