Video: Diving into Intel’s HPC Scalable System Framework Plans

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In this video from the Intel HPC Developer Conference at SC15, Brock Taylor from Intel presents: Diving into Intel’s HPC Scalable System Framework Plans.

“In July, Intel announced plans for the HPC Scalable System Framework – a design foundation enabling wide range of highly workload-optimized solutions. This talk will delve into aspects of the framework and highlight the relationship and benefits to application development and execution.”

Intel’s HPC scalable system framework is a flexible blueprint for developing high performance, balanced, power-efficient and reliable systems capable of supporting both compute- and data-intensive workloads. The framework combines next generation Intel Xeon processors and Intel Xeon Phi processors, Intel Omni-Path fabric, silicon photonics, innovative memory technologies, and the Intel Lustre parallel file system, along with the ability to efficiently integrate them into a broad spectrum of system solutions. The framework also provides a ubiquitous and standards-based programming model, extending the ecosystem’s current investments in existing code for future generations.


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