HPE-Nvidia 6 AI Exaflops Supercomputer to Be Installed at AIST Research Organization in Japan

Japan’s National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) research organization will integrate thousands of Nvidia H200 Tensor Core GPUs into its HPE-Cray ….

Ohio Supercomputer Center Announces ‘Cardinal’ HPC Cluster, Doubles AI Processing

The Ohio Supercomputer Center today announced “Cardinal,” an HPC cluster (test node is pictured here) that the center said doubles its AI processing capacity. The system is scheduled to be launched in the second half of this year. A collaboration including Intel, Dell Technologies, Nvidia….

Flare Gas Data Center Company Crusoe Picks HPE for Green GenAI

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced its HPE Cray supercomputers were selected by Crusoe, a builder of modular data centers, to power new cloud services designed to drive sustainable computing for generative AI and other compute-intensive workloads. Crusoe will leverage custom HPE Cray XD supercomputers to train and tune large-scale AI models….

Eviden in $100M HPC Weather Systems Deal with India’s Earth Sciences Ministry

Paris – June 22, 2023 – Eviden, the Atos business for advanced computing, today announced it was awarded a $100M contract with NCMRWF, on behalf of the India Ministry of Earth Sciences, to build two AMD- and NVIDIA-powered supercomputers for weather modelling and climate research for IITM and NCMRWF. These systems, based on Eviden’s BullSequana […]

Ohio Supercomputer Center Launches ‘Ascend’ HPC GPU Cluster

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) has officially launched Ascend, its new high performance computing (HPC) cluster for artificial intelligence (AI), data analytics and machine learning. Ascend is comprised of Dell PowerEdge servers with 48 AMD EPYC CPUs and 96 NVIDIA A100 80GB Tensor Core GPUs with NVIDIA NVLink and interconnected by the […]

NVIDIA InfiniBand Adaptive Routing Technology

In this white paper, “NVIDIA InfiniBand Adaptive Routing Technology,”we’ll look at how adaptive routing from NVIDIA plays such an important role, eliminating congestion and increasing data center performance. High-performance computing (HPC) and AI are the most essential tools fueling the advancement of science. To handle the ever-growing demands for higher computation performance and the increase in the complexity of research problems, the network needs to maximize its efficiency.

NVIDIA InfiniBand Adaptive Routing Technology

In this white paper, we’ll look at how adaptive routing from NVIDIA plays such an important role, eliminating congestion and increasing data center performance. InfiniBand adaptive routing technology reroutes data to eliminate congestion, and therefore, increases data center performance. As presented, both HPC applications and AI applications utilizing adaptive routing achieve higher performance. Adaptive routing is an important network element that drives your HPC systems toward new levels of utilization that increase return on investment.

Dell Announces New CAE Solutions, PowerSwitch and GPU-Driven HPC Server Options

Nov. 16, 2021 — At SC21, Dell has announced new computer-aided engineering and design solutions, expanded HPC/AI managed services, a Dell EMC PowerSwitch and GPU accelerator options for PowerEdge servers, all designed for modeling and simulation-intensive workloads. In CAE, new Dell Technologies validated designs are available for Siemens Simcenter Star CCM+ computational fluid dynamics software. […]

Penguin Wins 2 DOD HPC Modernization Deals Worth $68M

Fremont, Calif. – September 14, 2021 – HPC and AI company Penguin Computing, Inc., a division of SMART Global Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: SGH), today announced that it has been awarded two contracts totaling $68M from the Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program (DoD HPCMP) to deliver Penguin Computing’s TrueHPC supercomputing platform, plus managed services and high-performance […]

Purdue University Seeing New Opportunities for Innovation with Cloud Technology Using Azure’s AMD EPYC™ Processor-based HBv3 Instances

In this sponsored article, Preston Smith, Director of Research Services and Support at Purdue University, discusses how Purdue University’s community cluster program has supported scientists from every corner of the campus since 2004, building upon decades of experience at Purdue in scientific computing. Batch high-performance computing remains the scientists’ bread and butter, with current community clusters delivering hundreds of millions of CPU-hours each year, but cloud technology, using Azure’s AMD EPYC™ processor-based HBv3 instances, is providing new opportunities for innovation.