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Why an HPC Solution is Right for your Business

This paper will explore ways HPC systems are being used in a wide range of business domains and disciplines to solve complex problems efficiently with related research and statistics. Download the new report from that explores why a HPC solution may be the right choice for your business. 

Nyriad to Accelerate Persistent Memory and GPUs for Storage

Today Netlist, Nyriad, and HPC Systems announced their joint collaboration to deliver superior throughput, IOPs and resilience for high performance Lustre storage solutions for large and small files targeted at large-scale cluster computing. “This collaboration is one of the exciting revolutions in high performance computing where larger scale solutions result in a leap in efficiency,” said Teppei Ono, President of HPC Systems. “With Nyriad’s NSULATE technology, we get higher performance and resilience the more drives we add to a node. At larger storage scales with higher throughput, we can dispense with RAID controllers and use NVDIMM’s from Netlist to achieve millions of IOPs for large and small file transactions.”

The Intel Scalable System Framework: Kick-Starting the AI Revolution

Like many other HPC workloads, deep learning is a tightly coupled application that alternates between compute-intensive number-crunching and high-volume data sharing. Intel explores how the Intel Scalable System can act as a solution for a high performance computing platform that can run deep learning workloads and more. 

New Intel Xeon Scalable Processors Accelerate HPC Systems

Intel outlines the highlights and features of the company’s new Intel Xeon Scalable processors designed to accelerate HPC systems. The Intel Xeon processor Scalable Family, the newest Intel Xeon processors, are optimized to address today’s most demanding high-performance computing challenges.

Manufacturing Rebirth for HPC Systems

Manufacturing growth is being fueled by the adoption of computer aided engineering (CAE) and analysis solutions powered by high performance computing (HPC)—especially by the Tier One manufacturers. HPC is beginning to make some inroads into the ranks of the small to medium sized manufacturers (SMMs), but the going is slow.