joachim at ccrl-nece.de
Mon Oct 28 14:20:39 EST 2002
> I have a $5000 budget to build a sort of "proof of concept" cluster before
> a larger sum of money gets spent. Any suggestions on getting the most bang
> for the buck. The application is a simulation that would benefit from
> parallel computation and lots'o RAM.
Before spending any money, you should know what you want to prove (or are
expected to do so): that it is possible to connect multiple computers to
reduce the amount of time required to solve a given problem? Probably not.
I would rather spend $1000 to have someone run the application on their
cluster, if you have none available. I could do this for you...
Joachim Worringen - NEC C&C research lab St.Augustin
fon +49-2241-9252.20 - fax .99 - http://www.ccrl-nece.de
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