• Time-lapse Video of Big Red 200 Cray Supercomputer at Indiana University

    In this video, technicians install the Big Red 200 supercomputer at Indiana University. IU is the first university to deploy a Cray Shasta system, the Cray Slingshot interconnect and Cray Urika AI Suite for Shasta, providing its engineers, researchers and scientists powerful resources for the next era of computing. The new supercomputer will be instrumental in the University’s exploration and advancement of AI in education, cybersecurity, medicine, environmental science and more. [READ MORE…]

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  • OpenFabrics Alliance to Expand Hands-On Tutorial Offerings at Its 2020 Workshop

    In this special guest feature, Paul Grun from the OpenFabrics Alliance provides a preview of the upcoming OFA Workshop. “We are especially excited about how this year’s program is coming together. At the OFA Workshop 2019, we introduced a hands-on tutorial allowing participants to install an RDMA-enabled cluster directly on their laptop. In response to the overwhelmingly positive feedback, we are thrilled to be building on last year’s success by expanding the tutorials being offered this year.” [READ MORE…]

  • UMass Dartmouth Speeds Research with Hybrid Supercomputer from Microway

    UMass Dartmouth’s powerful new cluster from Microway affords the university five times the compute performance its researchers enjoyed previously, with over 85% more total memory and over four times the aggregate memory bandwidth. “The UMass Dartmouth cluster reflects a hybrid design to appeal to a wide array of the campus’ workloads. “Over 50 nodes include Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, DDR4 memory, SSDs and Mellanox ConnectX-5 EDR 100Gb InfiniBand. A subset of systems also feature NVIDIA V100 GPU accelerators. Equally important are a second subset of POWER9 with 2nd Generation NVLink- based- IBM Power Systems AC922 Compute nodes.” [READ MORE…]

  • University of Sheffield Launches Quantum Centre

    A new research centre with the potential to revolutionize computing, communication, sensing and imaging technologies is set to be launched by the University of Sheffield this week. The Sheffield Quantum Centre, which will be officially opened by Lord Jim O’Neill, Chair of Chatham House and University of Sheffield alumnus, is bringing together more than 70 of the University’s leading scientists and engineers to develop new quantum technologies. “Research into quantum technologies is a high priority for the UK and many countries around the world. The UK government has invested heavily in quantum research as part of a national program and has committed £1 billion in funding over 10 years.” [READ MORE…]

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In-Network Computing and Next Generation HDR 200G InfiniBand

With the exponential growth of data that needs to be analyzed and the data resulting from ever-more complex workflows, the need for faster data movement has never been more challenging and critical to the worlds of High Performance Computing (HPC) and machine learning. Mellanox Technologies is once again moving the bar forward with the introduction of and end-to-end HDR 200G InfiniBand product portfolio. Download the new white paper, courtesy of Mellanox, that explores in-network computing and the benefits of the switch from 100G to 200G Infiniband. 

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  • AI & Blockchain: Internet of smarter things

    Dr. Eng Lim Goh gave this talk at HPE Discover More. He describes inspiring real-world use cases that demonstrate the transformative power of AI and HPC. Hear how the next wave of Machine Intelligence is uncovering value in data like never before to solve some of the world’s most significant challenges.” [READ MORE…]

  • The State of HPC Storage – Requirements & Challenges

    Steve Conway from Hyperion Research gave this talk at the Panasas User Group. “Hyperion Research conducted an industry survey to better understand TCO vs. initial costs/other purchase criteria, the benefits of greater simplicity, and buyer/user perceptions of major vendors of HPC storage systems.” [READ MORE…]

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  • The Bots Have Arrived (What’s New?)
    In this special guest feature, Karl Chan, President and Chief Technology Officer at Laserfiche, believes that as the sheer amount of data continues to rise, humans alone will not be able to meet the challenge of managing and processing it. Bots, already widely deployed for everything from customer service requests to medical operations, are the […]

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  • Full Roundup: SC19 Booth Tour Videos from insideHPC

    Now that SC19 is behind us, it’s time to gather our booth tour videos in one place. Throughout the course of the show, insideHPC talked to dozens of HPC innovators showcasing the very latest in hardware, software, and cooling technologies. [READ MORE…]

  • Altair PBS Works Steps Up to Exascale and the Cloud

    In this video from SC19, Sam Mahalingam from Altair describes how the company is enhancing PBS Works software to ease the migration of HPC workloads to the Cloud. “Argonne National Laboratory has teamed with Altair to implement a new scheduling system that will be employed on the Aurora supercomputer, slated for delivery in 2021. PBS Works runs big — 50,000 nodes in one cluster, 10,000,000 jobs in a queue, and 1,000 concurrent active users.” [READ MORE…]

  • Dell Technologies Democratizes HPC at SC19

    In this video from SC19, Thierry Pellegrino from Dell Technologies describes how the company’s HPC solutions are designed to simplify and accelerate customers’ HPC and AI efforts. “There’s a lot of value in the data that organizations collect, and HPC and AI are helping organizations get the most out of this data,” said Thierry Pellegrino, vice president of HPC at Dell Technologies. “We’re committed to building solutions that simplify the use and deployment of these technologies for organizations of all sizes and at all stages of deployment.” [READ MORE…]

  • Intel Powers HPE Apollo 20 for HPC Workloads

    In this video from SC19, Larry Keller from HPE and Taha Mughi from Intel describe how the two companies collaborated on the innovative new Apollo 20 server for HPC workloads. “Are you searching for greater performance and more memory bandwidth? The HPE Apollo 20 System is built on the 2nd Generation Intel Xeon 9200 family of processors which offer unmatched 2- socket performance leadership across popular workloads. Built to support both liquid-cooled and air-cooled options, the HPE Apollo 20 System takes advantage of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise experience in HPC cooling technologies as workloads continue to push power and density.” [READ MORE…]

  • GIGABYTE Steps up with a Broad Array of Server Offerings for AI & HPC

    In this video from SC19, Peter Hanley from GIGABYTE describes how the company delivers a full range of server solutions for HPC, AI, and the Edge. “GIGABYTE is an industry leader in HPC, delivering systems with the highest GPU density combined with excellent cooling performance, power efficiency and superior networking flexibility. These systems can provide massive parallel computing capabilities to power your next AI breakthrough.” [READ MORE…]

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