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Active Archive Alliance Report: Solving Data Growth Challenges

According to this new report, “Archival data is piling up faster than ever as organizations are quickly learning the value of analyzing vast amounts of previously untapped digital data. The need to securely store, search for, retrieve and analyze massive volumes of archival content is fueling new and more effective advancements in archive solutions.”

GRC to Tailor Datacenter Immersion Cooling for Japanese Market

Today immersion cooling provider GRC announced a new partnership and licensing agreement with Nihon Form Service (NFS), a Tokyo-based manufacturer of IT and communications equipment. Leveraging GRC’s intellectual property, NFS will help tailor GRC’s immersion cooling products for the Japanese market.

High Performance Systems: An “Open Plan” for HPC

In this special guest feature from the SC19 Blog, Ryan Quick from Providentia Worldwide calls for a conference program that reflects more sharing across disciplines. “For me, HPC is about delivering answers to hard questions – right now. It’s about an inclusive and integrative approach to computing. And it’s exciting. If we can put aside our differences and allow ourselves to learn a little. We will gain a lot. I promise. See you in Denver.”

Configuring Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory for Best Performance

In this video, Dave Larsen describes how to configure Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory for best performance. “Intel Optane DC persistent memory is a revolutionary technology that combines memory-like performance with the capacity and data persistence of storage. It enables new possibilities for in-memory analytics, databases, HPC, high-density virtualization, AI and more.”

GigaIO Steps Up with PCIe Gen 4 Interconnect for HPC

In this video from ISC 2019, Marc Lehrer from GigaIO describes the company’s innovative HPC interconnect technology based on PCIe Gen 4. “For your most demanding workloads, you want time to solution. The GigaIO hyper-performance network breaks the constraints of old architectures, opening up new configuration possibilities that radically reduces system cost and protect your investment by enabling you to easily adopt new compute or business processes.”

Video: Tyan Computing Steps Up with Intel Xeon Scalable Processors for HPC at ISC 2019

In this video, Rich Brueckner from insideHPC tours the Tyan booth at ISC 2019. The company exhibited a full line of HPC, storage and cloud computing server platforms. “TYAN’s leading portfolio of HPC, storage and cloud server platforms are based on the 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and are designed to help enterprises and data center service providers capture, process, and analyze big data faster and at a more powerful rate than ever before.”

NVIDIA DGX-Ready Program Goes Global

Deploying AI at scale can be an extreme challenge for data centers. To ease the process, NVIDIA has expanded its DGX-Ready Data Center Program to 19 validated partners around the world. “DGX-Ready Data Center partners help companies access modern data center facilities for their AI infrastructure. They offer world-class facilities to host DGX AI compute infrastructure, giving more organizations access to AI-ready data center facilities while saving on capital expenditures and keeping operational costs low.”

Video: Verne Global joins NVIDIA DGX-Ready Program as HPC & AI Colocation Partner

In this video, Bob Fletcher from Verne Global describes advantages the HPC cloud provider offers through the NVIDIA DGX Ready Data Center program. “Enterprises and research organizations seeking to leverage the NVIDIA DGX-2 System – the world’s most powerful AI system – now have the option to deploy their AI infrastructure using a cost-effective Op-Ex solution in Verne Global’s HPC-optimized campus in Iceland, which utilizes 100 percent renewable energy and relies on one of the world’s most reliable and affordable power grids.”

Google Cloud and NVIDIA Set New Training Records on MLPerf v0.6 Benchmark

Today the MLPerf effort released results for MLPerf Training v0.6, the second round of results from their machine learning training performance benchmark suite. MLPerf is a consortium of over 40 companies and researchers from leading universities, and the MLPerf benchmark suites are rapidly becoming the industry standard for measuring machine learning performance. “We are creating a common yardstick for training and inference performance,” said Peter Mattson, MLPerf General Chair.

Video: DDN Launches EXA 5 at ISC 2019

In this video from ISC 2019, James Coomer from DDN describes the company’s new EXA 5 advanced Lustre solution. “We’ve built EXA5 directly for the new era of HPC and AI in the context of Multicloud. We are introducing an entirely new set of features aimed at today’s most demanding AI and HPC end-to-end requirements, at any scale.” said James Coomer, senior vice president of products, DDN. “EXA5 leads on performance, on-prem and in the cloud, with unmatched capabilities in security, stability, user and data management.”