Voltaire, today, announced that they are now powering 24 of China’s Top100 supercomputers. Their list of Chinese machines also includes the current top three: at the Tianjin Supercomputing Center, the Shanghai Supercomputer Center and the Computer Network Information Center at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. All in all, their switches are being used on 65% of the total Infiniband systems on the list.
Our main mission is to drive scientific innovation and advancement in industry by applying leading-edge supercomputing technologies,” said Yuqi Wei, manager, technical support department, Shanghai Supercomputer Center. “The Voltaire InfiniBand switches are integral for enabling the high performance, efficiency and stability of our 30,000-plus cores supercomputer.”
“This report confirms our strong position in China, an important market for future growth,” said Asaf Somekh, vice president of marketing, Voltaire. “Our expertise and innovation have made us the clear choice for InfiniBand switch deployments. Major research organizations, as well as commercial enterprises, rely on Voltaire’s InfiniBand technology to meet their high-performance requirements while increasing efficiency and consolidating their infrastructures.”
For more info, read their full release here.