High –Performance Computing Cluster Institution Affiliation Name Introduction High – Performance Computing Cluster is an open-ended source data oriented computing system platform. The platform that consolidates implemented software architecture on individual computing clusters to enable super performance parallel data processing for applications that uses volumes of data. There are many benefits that are attributed to the use of PCIe as compared to the InfiniBand. It is everywhere hence can be accessed and use with ease thus promoting its increased preference over the infiband that is weak is it thus offering a better performance as compared to InfiniBand.PCIe offers the simplest cheapest and fastest transmission and sharing of data since it allows for data exchange between servers more efficiently and effectively. References Silvia G. P. (2011). The Experience in Designing and Building the High Performance Cluster Netuno.2011 23rd International Symposium on Computer Architecture and High Performance Computing.doi:10.1109. Gentzsch W. (1997). Resources Management Tools in Cluster Computing. Advances in High Performance Computing 169-183.doi:10.1007. Weber M. (2014). A new DMA PCIe architecture for Gigabyte data transmission. doi:10.1109. [...]
Data transmission within an HPC cluster is very crucial for the performance. There are so many choices. Please read attached article and below links to compare the pros and cons of PCIe and infiniband. Make a conclusion of if you are going to build an HPC cluster, which one are you going to choose for better performance? www.theregister.co.uk www.hpctoday.com www.networkworld.com You can use class handouts as a starting point. Search for other resources to enhance your writing. Cite all the references at the bottom of your paper. You can work by yourself or have a partner. If two students work in a group, the paper should be at least four pages long.