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Exascale

Mellanox deployment collaboration with Lenovo will power Canada's largest supercomputer centre with leading performance, scalability for High Performance Computing applications ...

Middleware

Scalable clusters make HPC R&D easy as Raspberry Pi ...

NVIDIA chosen by every major computer maker and every major Cloud ...

WekaIO announces native support for Mellanox InfiniBand and Ethernet intelligent interconnect solutions ...

Bright Computing announces new product to help get enterprise data scientists up and running quickly with Deep Learning ...

OpenMP Architecture Review Board releases Technical Report that addresses top user requests ...

Diagnosing supercomputer problems ...

Hardware

Oak Ridge National Laboratory acquires Atos Quantum Learning Machine to support US Department of Energy research ...

Cavium and partners to showcase ThunderX2 Arm-based server platforms and FastLinQ Ethernet adapters for High Performance Computing at SC17 ...

HPE helps businesses capitalize on High Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence applications with new high-density compute and storage ...

SciNet relies on Excelero for high-performance, peta-scale storage at new supercomputing facility ...

CoolIT Systems announces liquid cooled Intel Buchanan Pass server ...

Applications

Supercomputing speeds up Deep Learning training ...

INCITE grants of 5.95 billion hours awarded to 55 computational research projects ...

The Cloud

Penguin Computing announces Intel Xeon Scalable processor availability for Penguin Computing On-Demand HPC Cloud ...

Company news

Nallatech showcases next generation FPGA accelerators at Supercomputing 2017 ...

Cray supercomputer to assist Samsung's research on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning ...

Lenovo accelerates Artificial Intelligence initiatives to solve humanity's greatest challenges ...

DDN strengthens its HPC storage leadership with new solutions and next generation monitoring tools ...

New Dell EMC solutions bring machine and deep learning to mainstream enterprises ...

Penguin Computing announces Intel Xeon Scalable processor availability for Penguin Computing On-Demand HPC Cloud

13 Nov 2017 Fremont - More than 11,500 cores of the latest Intel Xeon Scalable processor - codenamed: Skylake-SP - will be available in December 2017 on Penguin Computing On-Demand (POD) HPC Cloud. The new POD HPC Cloud compute resources use Intel Xeon Gold 6148 processors, a cluster-wide Intel Omni-Path Architecture low-latency fabric and are integrated with Penguin Computing Scyld Cloud Workstation for web-based, remote desktop access into the public HPC Cloud service.

'As an HPC cloud provider, we know that it is critical to provide our customers with the latest processor technologies", stated Victor Gregorio, Senior Vice President, Cloud Services, Penguin Computing. "The latest Intel Xeon Scalable processor expansion will provide an ideal compute environment for MPI workloads that can leverage thousands of cores for computation. We have significant customer demand for POD HPC Cloud in applicable areas like high-resolution weather forecasting and computational fluid dynamics, including solutions from software partners like ANSYS, Flow Science and CD-adapco."

"Intel offers a balanced portfolio of HPC optimized components like the Intel Xeon Scalable processor and Intel Omni-Path Architecture, which provides the foundation for researchers and innovators to drive new discoveries and build new products faster than ever before", stated Trish Damkroger, Vice President of technical computing at Intel. "Penguin Computing On-Demand provides an easy and flexible path to access the latest technology so more users can realize the benefits of HPC."

Scientists and engineers at every company are trying to innovate faster while holding down costs. Modelling and simulation are the backbone of these efforts. Customers may wish to run simulations at scale, or many different permutations simultaneously but may require more computing resources than are readily available in-house. The POD HPC Cloud offers organisations a flexible, cost effective approach to meeting these requirements.

The Intel Xeon Scalable processor provides increased performance, a unified stack optimized for key workloads including data analytics, and integrated technologies including networking, acceleration and storage. The processor's increased performance is realized through innovations including Intel AVX-512 extensions that can deliver up to 2x FLOPS per clock cycle, which is especially important for HPC, data analytics and hardware-enhanced security/cryptography workloads. Along with numerous acceleration refinements, the new processor offers integrated 100 Gb/s Intel Omni-Path Architecture fabric options. With these improvements, the Intel Xeon Scalable Platinum 8180 processor yielded an increase of up to 8.2x more double precision GFLOPS/sec when compared to Intel Xeon processor E5-2690 - codenamed Sandy Bridge - common in the server installed-base, and a 2.27x increase over the previous-generation Intel Xeon processor E5-2699 v4 - codenamed Broadwell.

The doubling of cores in the publicly available POD HPC Cloud resources in 2017 was proceeded by a 50 percent increase in capacity in 2016. As customer demand continues to increase, POD HPC Cloud will continue to grow using the most current technologies to deliver the actionable insights that organisations require.

Source: Penguin Computing

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Primeur live 2017-11-14

Exascale

Mellanox deployment collaboration with Lenovo will power Canada's largest supercomputer centre with leading performance, scalability for High Performance Computing applications ...

Middleware

Scalable clusters make HPC R&D easy as Raspberry Pi ...

NVIDIA chosen by every major computer maker and every major Cloud ...

WekaIO announces native support for Mellanox InfiniBand and Ethernet intelligent interconnect solutions ...

Bright Computing announces new product to help get enterprise data scientists up and running quickly with Deep Learning ...

OpenMP Architecture Review Board releases Technical Report that addresses top user requests ...

Diagnosing supercomputer problems ...

Hardware

Oak Ridge National Laboratory acquires Atos Quantum Learning Machine to support US Department of Energy research ...

Cavium and partners to showcase ThunderX2 Arm-based server platforms and FastLinQ Ethernet adapters for High Performance Computing at SC17 ...

HPE helps businesses capitalize on High Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence applications with new high-density compute and storage ...

SciNet relies on Excelero for high-performance, peta-scale storage at new supercomputing facility ...

CoolIT Systems announces liquid cooled Intel Buchanan Pass server ...

Applications

Supercomputing speeds up Deep Learning training ...

INCITE grants of 5.95 billion hours awarded to 55 computational research projects ...

The Cloud

Penguin Computing announces Intel Xeon Scalable processor availability for Penguin Computing On-Demand HPC Cloud ...

Company news

Nallatech showcases next generation FPGA accelerators at Supercomputing 2017 ...

Cray supercomputer to assist Samsung's research on Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning ...

Lenovo accelerates Artificial Intelligence initiatives to solve humanity's greatest challenges ...

DDN strengthens its HPC storage leadership with new solutions and next generation monitoring tools ...

New Dell EMC solutions bring machine and deep learning to mainstream enterprises ...