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Supporting Diverse HPC Workloads on a Single Cluster

 High Performance Computing is extending its reach into new areas. Not only are modeling and simulation being used more widely, but deep learning and other high performance data analytics (HPDA) applications are becoming essential tools across many disciplines. This sponsored post from Intel explores how Plymouth University’s High Performance Computer Centre (HPCC) used Intel HPC Orchestrator to support diverse workloads as it recently deployed a new 1,500-core cluster. 

High Performance Cluster Computing Survey

Moving from a desktop oriented computing environment to a cluster based environment has it challenges for some organizations. However, a number of companies are aware of the benefits and are progressing in the move to a cluster based technical computing system.

Integrating an Intel Xeon Phi Cluster

At the National Institute of Computational Sciences (NICS), a joint venture by the University of Tennessee and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a joint team set out to learn how to integrate the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor into cluster configurations.