In this video from SC16, Francis Lam from Huawei describes the company’s broad range of HPC and liquid cooling solutions.
“Huawei has increasingly become more prominent in the HPC market. It has successfully deployed HPC clusters for a large number of global vehicle producers, large-scale supercomputing centers, and research institutions. These show that Huawei’s HPC platforms are optimized for industry applications which can help customers significantly simplify service processes and improve work efficiency, enabling them to focus on product development and research.”
At SC16, Huawei also showcased high-density servers FusionServer E9000 and X6800 with 100G high-speed interconnect technology and powerful cluster scalability. These servers can dramatically accelerate industrial CAE simulation. Huawei was also displaying its KunLun supercomputer, which features the company’s proprietary Node Controller interconnect chips. KunLun supports up to 32 CPUs and is perfect for cutting-edge research scenarios that require frequent in-memory computing. Additionally Huawei’s high-performance storage solutions, OceanStor 9000 and ES3000 SSD, which can effectively improve data transmission bandwidth and latency, are on display.
Huawei and ANSYS announced the two parties’ partnership in building industrial computer aided engineering (CAE) solutions, and jointly released their Fluent Performance white paper, which details optimal system configurations in fluid simulation scenarios for industry customers.