Our reputation has its roots in the UK academic and research sectors, where our understanding of the technology and our ability to meet exacting requirements led to contracts with a wide range of institutions and organisations. As the designer and supplier of many of Europe's largest cluster computing solutions, Streamline Computing is not simply supplying the technology - we are leading it.
Increasingly, organizations are recognizing the cost/performance benefits of cluster and grid computing. By talking to Streamline, you benefit from our insight into the most appropriate way of using clustering technology to achieve significantly higher performance for a lower or equivalent cost than the supercomputer alternative.
Our academic customers include the universities of Aston, Bath, Birmingham, Cambridge, Durham, Essex, Exeter, Hull, Imperial, Kent, Lancaster, Leeds, Liverpool, Loughborough, Newcastle, Nottingham, Oxford, Portsmouth, QMW, Salford, St Andrews, Surrey, Sussex, University College London, Warwick and York, the Open University, the Medical Reseach Council and the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory.
Commercial customers include Astex Technologies, ChevronTexaco, Corus, Cosworth Technology, Fujitsu, MacLaren Formula One, Organon Research, Qinetiq, Rolls Royce, Schlumberger Geoquest, Serco Assurance and Tularik.
Streamline has installed the most powerful Linux and Solaris clusters in the UK, including a 272 processor Intel/Myrinet system with a peak performance of 1.3 Teraflops, 176 and 128 processor Ultrasparc III/Myrinet systems, and a number of AMD, Intel and Sun clusters from 16 to 192 processors. We have also delivered heterogeneous clusters using Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet and Myrinet.
Streamline's own software products are in use at academic, governmental and commercial sites in Europe, the US and Asia; we are also contributing research to academic projects in the UK.