The collaboration between Cray and Phizzle will allow software developers on its phz.io platform to support customers at greater scale and speeds by achieving a 16x performance increase over their existing infrastructure. Developers will be able to leverage Phizzle's phz.io platform on its Cray Urika-GX system to gain supercomputing speeds that have previously been too complex or expensive to access."Powered by the Cray Urika-GX, phz.io will change the way everyday developers interact with their consumers," said Stephen Goldberg, CTO of Phizzle. "By putting supercomputing and analytics in the hands of mobile, enterprise, and application developers who traditionally would not have access to Cray, phz.io allows developers to interact and react at speeds never seen before." Cray is also introducing new software features to further enable enterprise customers. With the upcoming software release in December, Cray Urika-GX customers will be able to take advantage of a broader range of enterprise storage, including GPFS (General Parallel File System) and NFS (Network File System). Additionally, the Cray Urika-GX system will enable customers to leverage Tableau visualization tools and the latest version of Spark 2.0. The Cray Urika-GX system features Intel® Xeon® E5 v4 processors, up to 22 terabytes of DRAM memory, up to 176 terabytes of local SSD storage capacity, and the high speed Aries network interconnect, which together provide the unmatched in-memory compute and network performance necessary to solve the most demanding big data problems. An exclusive feature of the Cray Urika-GX system is the Cray Graph Engine for fast, complex pattern matching and iterative discovery. With the Cray Graph Engine, customers can tackle multi-terabyte datasets comprised of billions of objects to uncover hidden relationships in even the nosiest of data. The Cray Graph Engine can run in conjunction with open analytics tools such as Hadoop and Spark, enabling customers to build complete end-to-end analytics workflows and avoid unnecessary data movement.
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