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Atos HPC Software Suites

This whitepaper, “Atos HPC Software Suites,” from our friends over at Atos explains the main features  and functionalities of the Atos HPC Software Suites and shares the company’s vision for the significant evolutions coming next in the HPC software arena.

Atos HPC Software Suites

This whitepaper from our friends over at Atos explains the main features  and functionalities of the Atos HPC Software Suites and shares the company’s vision for the significant evolutions coming next in the HPC software arena.

HPC Cost Modeling

This ebook from our friends over at Rescale, “HPC Cost Modeling: Defining the Modern HPC Experience,” focuses on why the historical methodology for determining cost, price per core hour is at best incapable of providing effective cost optimization for HPC workloads. At worst, it could increase your overall cost of ownership and slow innovation and productivity.

HPC Cost Modeling

This ebook from our friends over at Rescale, focuses on why the historical methodology for determining cost, price per core hour is at best incapable of providing effective cost optimization for HPC workloads. At worst, it could increase your overall cost of ownership and slow innovation and productivity. Assessing the cost of your HPC practice […]

Workload Portability Enabled by a Modern Storage Platform

In this sponsored post, Shailesh Manjrekar, Head of AI and Strategic Alliances, WekaIO, explores what is meant by “data portability,” and why it’s important. Looking at a customer pipeline, the customer context could be a software defined car, any IoT edge point, a drone, a smart home, a 5G tower, etc. In essence, we’re describing an AI pipeline which runs over an edge, runs over a core, and runs over a cloud. Therefore we have three high-level components for this pipeline.

Higher Education HPC Harnesses Increasing Data Sets to Unlock New Discoveries

Dell Technologies has long partnered with university-led supercomputing centers, working side-by-side with world-class researchers and scientists to develop, test and tune HPC systems for their workloads. This work often includes incorporating the newest processing technologies from AMD, such as second-generation AMD® EPYC™ processors.

Practical Hardware Design Strategies for Modern HPC Workloads – Part 3

This special research report sponsored by Tyan discusses practical hardware design strategies for modern HPC workloads. As hardware continued to develop, technologies like multi-core, GPU, NVMe, and others have allowed new application areas to become possible. These application areas include accelerator assisted HPC, GPU based Deep learning, and Big Data Analytics systems. Unfortunately, implementing a general purpose balanced system solution is not possible for these applications. To achieve the best price-to-performance in each of these application verticals, attention to hardware features and design is most important.

Practical Hardware Design Strategies for Modern HPC Workloads – Part 2

This special research report sponsored by Tyan discusses practical hardware design strategies for modern HPC workloads. As hardware continued to develop, technologies like multi-core, GPU, NVMe, and others have allowed new application areas to become possible. These application areas include accelerator assisted HPC, GPU based Deep learning, and Big Data Analytics systems. Unfortunately, implementing a general purpose balanced system solution is not possible for these applications. To achieve the best price-to-performance in each of these application verticals, attention to hardware features and design is most important.

Practical Hardware Design Strategies for Modern HPC Workloads

This special research report sponsored by Tyan discusses practical hardware design strategies for modern HPC workloads. As hardware continued to develop, technologies like multi-core, GPU, NVMe, and others have allowed new application areas to become possible. These application areas include accelerator assisted HPC, GPU based Deep learning, and Big Data Analytics systems. Unfortunately, implementing a general purpose balanced system solution is not possible for these applications. To achieve the best price-to-performance in each of these application verticals, attention to hardware features and design is most important.

Practical Hardware Design Strategies for Modern HPC Workloads

Many new technologies used in High Performance Computing (HPC) have allowed new application areas to  become possible. Advances like multi-core, GPU, NVMe, and others have created application verticals that  include accelerator assisted HPC, GPU based Deep Learning, Fast storage and parallel file systems, and Big  Data Analytics systems. In this special insideHPC technology guide sponsored by our friends over at Tyan, we look at practical hardware design strategies for modern HPC workloads.