Russian HPC company T-Platforms this year becomes the first-ever Russian company to participate in the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC), happening this week in Hamburg. From the company
At the Conference, T-Platforms is going to present to the public its recent development in high-performance computing the T-Blade 2 platform. The T-Blade 2 enables you to build systems with a performance of more than 1 PFlops (1 quadrillion floating-point operations per second). Alexey Slepukhin, Head of the New Technologies Research Department, will make a presentation dedicated to this recent development. The T-Platforms exhibition booth will present all the areas of focus of the company at once: high-performance computing solutions, expert computation services and software for supercomputer systems. The exposition booth of T-Platforms (E41) will be located in Hall 1. An additional exposition booth will be occupied by Moscow State University.
“The fact that Russian companies have started participating in events of such scale indicates that Russian high-performance computing technologies have made a huge step forward and can hold a strong place on the international market. Our company is doing everything possible to promote the development of the Russian supercomputer industry and to become a part of the international supercomputer community” says Vsevolod Opanasenko, General Director of T-Platforms.