Accelerated HPC for Energy Efficiency with AWS and NVIDIA

Many industries are starting to run HPC in the cloud. Find out how GPU-accelerated compute, from AWS and NVIDIA, is helping organizations run HPC workloads and AI/ML jobs faster, in a more energy-efficient way. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) P5 instances, powered by NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs….

Optical I/O Takes Center Stage at SC23

[SPONSORED GUEST ARTICLE] Integration of optical I/O with an FPGA is the tip of the iceberg of a new vision to enable new HPC/AI architectural advances through ubiquitous optical interconnects for every piece of compute silicon. If you are attending SC23 November 12-17, be sure to visit Ayar Labs in booth #228 for an exclusive look at the future….

HPE Introduces ProLiant Gen11 Servers for On-prem or via GreenLake As-a-Service

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced new ProLiant Gen11 servers available for on-premises infrastructures or through HPE’s GreenLake as-a-service platform. The new servers are designed for compute- and data-intensive workloads, such as AI, machine learning, analytics, rendering, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) and virtualization. The servers support several architectures, including 4th Generation AMD EPYC processors, […]

Supercharging Modern Data Centers with NVIDIA Networking Solutions

In this webinar sponsored by PNY Technologies, you will learn the benefits, functionalities, and key features of Accelerated Ethernet technology by NVIDIA Spectrum and how it delivers end-to-end innovations and synergies to optimize modern applications from core to cloud to edge.

Lenovo HPC Powers SPEChpc™ 2021 with AMD 3rd Generation EPYC™ Processors

As a leader in high performance computing, Lenovo continually supports the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) benchmarks, that would help customers make better-informed decisions for their HPC workloads. SPEChpc™ 2021 is a newly released benchmark suite from SPEC that produces industry-standard benchmarks for the newest generation of computer systems. What separates SPEChpc™ 2021 from SPEC CPU® 2017, SPEC MPI® 2007 or the other SPEC benchmark suites is that SPEChpc™ 2021 is one-of-a-kind benchmark suite which uses real-world applications that support “multiple programming models and offloading” to evaluate the performance of state-of-the-art heterogenetic HPC systems.

Lenovo Brings a Decade of Liquid Cooling Experience to the Faster, Denser, Hotter HPC Systems of the Future

[SPONSORED CONTENT]  HPC systems customers (and vendors) are in permanent pursuit of more compute power with equal or greater node density. But with that comes more power consumption, greater heat generation and rising cooling costs. Because of this, the IT business – with a boost from the HPC and hyperscale segments – is spiraling up […]

At ISC 2022: Vik Malyala Puts the Spotlight on Supermicro’s AMD-based Servers

In this interview at ISC 2022 with Supermicro’s Vik Malyala, he discusses the company’s latest AMD-based server products. Malyala, who is president and managing director for Supermicro EMEA and SVP for field applications engineering, reviews the range of Supermicro’s AMD-powered servers, emphasizing the company’s mission to offer the right servers with the right density and […]

The Evolution of HPC Storage: More Choices Yields More Decisions

[SPONSORED CONTENT] The past few years have brought many changes into the HPC storage world, both with technology like non-volatile memory express (NVMe) or persistent memory, and the growth of software defined storage solutions. Gone are the days when IBM Spectrum Scale (secretly, we know we all still call it GPFS) or Lustre were the only real choices in the market. In retrospect, the choice was easy: you picked one of the two and away you went.  And nobody ever wondered if they made the right choice.   

Dell Technologies Interview: Getting ‘More Science Per Pound’ at Durham University’s COSMA HPC Service

[SPONSORED CONTENT]  In this interview with Dr. Alastair Basden of the UK’s Durham University, he discusses the latest activities at the university’s COSMA HPC Service as it tests and incorporates new high performance technologies on its way to exascale. A Dell Technologies HPC and AI Center of Excellence, the organization is driven to generate “more science per pound” out of its memory-intensive HPC infrastructure, Basden said, while also updating us on scientists’ cosmological work, including filling in the remaining gaps in the Big Bang Theory.

Micron: DDR5 Server DRAM Now Available

BOISE, Idaho, July 06, 2022 — Memory and storage company Micron Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: MU), today announced the availability of Micron DDR5 server DRAM in support of industry qualification of next-generation Intel and AMD DDR5 server and workstation platforms. Micron said the move to DDR5 memory enables up to an 85 percent increase in system […]