In this video from SC15, Intel’s Barry Davis and and Scott Misage from Hewlett Packard Enterprise describe how their two company’s are driving HPC innovation with the Intel Scalable System Framework and Intel Omni-Path interconnect technologies. “As a result of a new alliance with Intel, HPE is offering its HPC Solutions Framework based on HPE Apollo servers, which are specialized for HPC and now optimized to support industry- specific software applications from leading independent software vendors. These solutions will dramatically simplify the deployment of HPC for customers in industries such as oil and gas, life sciences and financial services.”
Today DDN announced that the French CEA has selected DDN’s SFA14KE as the core storage for this year’s comprehensive refresh of the agency’s data management infrastructure, “GS1K”.
The San Diego Supercomputer Center is adding 800GB Seagate SAS SSDs to significantly boost the data analytics capability of its Comet supercomputer. To expand its node-local storage capacity for data-intensive workloads, device pairs will be added to all 72 compute nodes in one rack of Comet, alongside the existing SSDs. This will bring the flash storage in a single node to almost 2TB, with total rack capacity at more than 138TB.
“Looking for the HPC community thought leaders at SC15? You will find many of them at the Intel Community Hub where hourly interactive discussions will feature more than 35 community thought leaders over three-days. Speakers from organizations such as CERN, ANL, LANL, LLNL, TACC, and NERSC, along with updates on the U.S. National Strategic Computing Initiative, a talk from Nielsen on ‘Bridging the Worlds of HPC and Big Data’, and community discussion groups addressing topics on diversity in HPC, lessons learned from many code modernization efforts, the changing landscape of HPC storage, the latest HPC initiatives in Europe, and the latest views from the Lustre* community.”
Today DDN announced plans to refresh their storage product portfolio at SC15 in Austin. “With massively scalable technology able to outpace the performance requirements and growth of Enterprise Big Data while enabling HPC users to achieve Exascale, DDN will introduce revolutionary products and demonstrate the staggering 3x to 10x performance increase real-world customers achieve when they migrate to DDN environments.”
Today SGI Japan announced that the Institute for Chemical Research (ICR) at Kyoto University has ordered an SGI UV 2000 supercomputer. “The large-scale hybrid supercomputer system will combine two of the SGI UV 2000, 16 terabyte shared-memory servers with Intel Xeon Processor E5-4600 v2 Product Family and SGI Rackable Standard Depth cluster servers with total 3,000 cores of Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 v3.”
Today DDN announced the highest bookings quarter in the company’s history with double-digit year-over-year growth.
Today Scality announced that company’s software-based storage for has been selected by the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) to power its HPC storage needs. Scality and CEA will work together to advance their ongoing research and development projects, as well as CEA’s own HPC contributions, including the “Lustre”, “RobinHood” and “Ganesha” software solutions, and to collaborate on an exascale project environment.
Intel will host a Lustre Vision Update in Austin at SC15. “Lustre is a key component of the Scalable System Framework which offers performance, scalability and balance for both compute and data-intensive applications – smoothing the path to Exascale and the HPC/Big Data convergence. Our vision for the future is very exciting! Join Intel’s High Performance Data Division team as we talk about where we have been and the future: where we are going, together.”
DataDirect Networks will host its annual DDN User Group Meeting on Monday, Nov. 16 at SC15 in Austin, Texas.