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Advantech Launches Server and Appliance Range with 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors for 5G, AIoT & HPC

IRVINE, CA — Advantech (TWSE: 2395.TW), an industrial IoT company, has announced 12 new platforms based on 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, ranging from ultra-short-depth wireless access and IoT edge servers to high-throughput network security appliances and multi-node hyper-converged infrastructure solutions. With 1.5x more performance than previous generation, built-in security and acceleration features, the […]

Katana Graph Partners with Intel on 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

AUSTIN, TX – April 06, 2021 – Katana Graph, a high performance scale-out graph processing, AI and analytics company, announced today that it has optimized its graph engine for the new 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor and memory systems. Katana Graph can now take advantage of the latest generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and […]

Advanced Clustering Technologies Announces ACTblade x3XX HPC Systems Based on 3rd Gen Intel Xeon CPUs 

April 6, 2021 — Advanced Clustering Technologies today announced the ACTblade x3XX family of dense HPC systems, which are based on the new third generation of Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, code named Ice Lake. Ice Lake is a significant advancement over the previous generation, offering more cores, more clock, more memory and faster memory. And the new ACTblades offer […]

Oracle Cloud Announces HPC Instances with 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Ice Lake

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) today announced availability of Intel 3rd Gen Xeon Ice Lake processor instances in limited preview, with worldwide general availability on April 28, 2021. “The launch of these new instances is the latest step in Oracle’s commitment to providing enterprise-grade capability for compute-intensive and high performance computing (HPC) workloads,” the company said. […]

Supermicro and Preferred Networks (PFN) Collaborate to Develop the World’s Most Efficient Supercomputer

Supermicro and Preferred Networks (PFN) collaborated to develop the most efficient supercomputer anywhere on earth, earning the #1 position on the Green500 list. This supercomputer, the MN-3, is comprised of Intel® Xeon® CPUs and MN-Core™ boards developed by Preferred Networks. In this white paper, read more about this collaboration and how a record-setting supercomputer was developed.

Nissan Shifts to Oracle Cloud for CFD, 3D Visualization HPC Design Workloads

Oracle announced today that Nissan Motor Co. is migrating its on-premises engineering simulation HPC workloads to run on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Nissan uses computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and structural simulation techniques to design and test cars for external aerodynamics and structural failures. Oracle said Nissan chose its cloud platform for its bare-metal compute, RDMA […]

Inspur Launches Server for Mobile Liquid Cooling Cluster

Data center infrastructure provider Inspur Information has announced a plate liquid-cooling 2U 4-node server, the i24M5-LC, that the company said is optimized for large-scale water-cooling server data centers with PUE<1.2. Inspur said the i24M5-LC, built for HPC and cloud data centers, adopts a liquid cooling design based on....

Lenovo Launches ThinkSystem Servers with GPU Support, Increased NVMe Storage

Lenovo this morning launched two new ThinkSystem servers, the SR860 V2 and SR850 V2, utilizing 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors with Intel Deep Learning Boost, along with introduction of GPU support on the SR860 V2 (four double-wide 300W or eight single-wide GPUs). The servers also offer increased NVMe storage capacity for handling AI workloads, high end VDI deployments and data analytics.

TYAN Launches AI-Optimized Servers Powered by NVIDIA V100S GPUs

Today TYAN launched their latest GPU server platforms that support the NVIDIA V100S Tensor Core and NVIDIA T4 GPUs for a wide variety of compute-intensive workloads including AI training, inference, and supercomputing applications. “An increase in the use of AI is infusing into data centers. More organizations plan to invest in AI infrastructure that supports the rapid business innovation,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “TYAN’s GPU server platforms with NVIDIA V100S GPUs as the compute building block enables enterprise to power their AI infrastructure deployment and helps to solve the most computationally-intensive problems.”

Time Lapse Video: Building the Attaway Supercomputer at Sandia

In this time lapse video, technicians build the new Attaway supercomputer from Penguin Computing at Sandia National Labs. In November 2019, the Attaway was #94 on the TOP500 Supercomputers list. “On February 28, 2019, Sandians lost a long-time colleague and friend, Steve Attaway. Steve spent over thirty years at Sandia, and during that time he helped bring big, seemingly impossible ideas into realization. The Attaway supercomputer is named after him.”