The Stanford Research Computing Center (SRCC) is a joint effort of the Dean of Research and IT Services to build and support a comprehensive program to advance computational research at Stanford. That includes offering and supporting traditional high-performance computing (HPC) systems, as well as systems for high throughput and data-intensive computing. The SRCC also helps researchers transition their analyses and models from the desktop to more capable and plentiful resources, providing the opportunity to explore their data and answer research questions (on-premise or in the cloud) at a scale typically not possible on desktops or departmental servers.
We use xCAT to deploy and maintain the Sherlock cluster, Stanford's shared HPC cluster that features over 25,000 CPU cores and supports over 4,000 users.
100% focused on High Performance Computing, Versatus HPC is a Brazilian company focused on delivering the best solutions for HPC scenarios in the academia, industries and businesses. With 10 years of experience we allow the researchers to focus exclusively on R&D pursuing its scientific objectives.
We are supporting / installing xCAT in lot of Universities and Companies in Brazil. We always defaults to xCAT as the main provisioner and we try at best to convince our customers to move from whatever provisioning solution, including proprietary ones, to xCAT.
RedLine specializes in High Performance Computing (HPC) software and systems engineering, development, and support, from planning, designing, and implementation, to porting and performance tuning
We have been using xCAT since early 2011. We have deployed numerous clusters on many different hardware platforms.
Cineca is a not-for-profit Consortium, made up of 67 Italian universities*, 9 Italian Research Institutions, 1 Polyclinic and the Italian Ministry of Education.
OCF supports and installs xCAT in over 95% of all our installations in the UK and Ireland. We have vast experience and have been developing and implementing xCAT since 2008. OCF deployed their first cluster in the UK using xCAT 2.0 soon after it was released. We pride ourselves in being one of the leading providers for xCAT solutions, and we would hope to tackle any problem that any individual faces.
Barcelona Supercomputing Center. Statelite cluster of 3,456 nodes (48 racks of 72 nodes). Since this is a statelite cluster we have a large amount of service nodes, which also serve as the NFS servers for the images (via GPFS cNFS) . one service node per 2 racks, i.e 24 service nodes in total.