Video: Supermicro Showcases Machine Learning Solutions on Intel Architecture

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Akira Sano, Supermicro

Akira Sano, Supermicro

In this video from the Intel HPC Developer Conference, Akira Sano from Supermicro describes the company’s Machine Learning Solutions on Intel Architecture.

“Supermicro is a global leader in high performance, high efficiency server technology and innovation. We develop and provide end-to-end green computing solutions to the data center, cloud computing, enterprise IT, big data, high performance computing, or HPC, and embedded markets. Our solutions range from complete server, storage, blade and workstations to full racks, networking devices, server management software and technology support and services. We offer our customers a high degree of flexibility and customization by providing what we believe to be the industry’s broadest array of server configurations from which they can choose the optimal solution which fits their computing needs. Our server systems, subsystems and accessories are architecturally designed to provide high levels of reliability, quality and scalability, thereby enabling our customers benefits in the areas of compute performance, density, thermal management and power efficiency to lower their overall total cost of ownership.”

Supermicro Machine Learning platforms with Intel Xeon Phi include:

  • The SuperServer 5038K-i is a stand-alone desktop system that has a bootable Intel Xeon Phi processor for developers to start developing codes, optimizing applications, and getting to see the performance. The turnkey Ninja Developer Platform for Knights Landing comes fully configured with memory, local storage, CentOS 7.2, Intel tools, and provides how-to and optimization guides, with support and training from Colfax and/or local OEMs.
  • The SuperServer 5028TK-HTR server delivers four nodes in a 2U rackmount space. With support for the Intel Xeon Phi family with up to 72 cores per node, the SuperServer offers a powerful tool for serving Machine Learning workloads.

See Machine Learning videos from the Intel HPC Developer Conference

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