At SC23: Lenovo’s Advancements in Liquid Cooling, Storage, Digital Twins and HPC-AI Software

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We spoke at the Lenovo booth with Andreas Thomasch, Director of HPC and AI, European Markets, in this sponsored interview about recent developments across critical HPC-AI challenge areas:

–  Water Cooling: Lenovo was an early-on adopter of water cooling, and as Thomasch explains here, the company’s built-out Neptune portfolio offers customers several options at HPC-scale, including warm-water cooling.

–  Storage: Lenovo has brought DDN into its storage portfolio, offering an additional, high performance storage option “where HPC and AI converge,” Thomasch said.

–  Digital Twins: Lenovo HPC compute and storage is teamed with NVIDIA OVX for an offering starting at four GPUs to deliver visualization capabilities that Thomasch said “brings data to life.”

–   Software: Thomasch updates us on Lenovo’s HPC-AI software stack built to meets customers where they are, from experienced, high-level users to pre-made templates for organizations beginning their HPC-AI journeys.