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Innovation on Demand

Get your results to market faster, simplify operations, and save money with flexible, configurable AWS HPC solutions that are proven to drive results for companies large and small in nearly every industry. Download the eBook to learn more.

HPC Cloud Drives Innovation & Accelerates Time to Results

HPC applications and workloads have been constrained by limited on-premises infrastructure capacity, high capital expenditures and the constant need for technology refreshes. But there may be an answer: running your HPC workloads in the cloud. “According to the report, hundreds of companies in life sciences, financial services, manufacturing, energy and geo sciences, media and entertainment are solving complex challenges and speeding up time to results using HPC on AWS.”

Innovation Without Limits — Your Guide to High Performance Computing in the Cloud

With flexible, unhindered access to Intel® Xeon®-powered compute instances and an array of Intel®-optimized software libraries available through the AWS Marketplace, your engineers and researchers can rapidly produce high-value answers to complex questions. Download the new eBook from Intel, and discover how enterprises and research institutions are maximizing productivity and saving on costs by moving their HPC workloads to AWS.

Five Reasons to Run Your HPC Applications in The Cloud

In this new infographic from Intel, you’ll see examples of successful, real-world HPC deployments on virtually unlimited, Intel® Xeon® technology-powered AWS compute instances that provide scalability and agility not attainable on-premises. Download the new report to discover how to innovate without limits, reduce costs, and get your results to market faster by moving your HPC workloads to AWS.

High Performance Computing with Intel and AWS

AWS and Intel allow your engineers and scientists to innovate and accelerate results on virtually unlimited HPC infrastructure. Download the new solution brief from Intel that offers an overview of the AWS-Intel HPC solution and how it can help your teams collaborate securely.

Podcast: Lisa Spelman on Intel Data-Centric Solutions

In this Chip Chat podcast, Lisa Spelman from Intel summarizes the recent Intel Data Centric Innovation Summit. In this interview, Spelman discusses Intel’s view of data-centric computing and how our broad portfolio of silicon solutions will help customers move faster, store more, and process everything.

Slidecast: Technology Trends Driving HPC

In this slidecast, Trish Damkroger from Intel presents: Technology Trends Driving HPC. “HPC is now critical for more use cases, complex workloads, and data-intensive computing than ever before. From AI and visualization to simulation and modeling, Intel provides the advantage of one platform for any workload by integrating world-class compute with powerful fabric, memory, storage, and acceleration. You can move your research and innovation forward faster to solve the world’s most complex challenges.”

Job of the Week: Research Scientist at Intel

Intel is seeking a Research Scientist for their Extreme Scale Computing team in Oregon in our Job of the Week. “In this position, you will be responsible for conceiving, researching, and prototyping new parallel and distributed computing algorithms and frameworks, with special emphasis on machine learning and graph analytics, and you will develop relevant software and hardware technologies with the goal of converting these into products and fueling Intel’s growth. You will use your strong knowledge of scientific principles to identify and research promising technologies typically 3-5 years prior to product development. This requires a good understanding of state-of-the-art techniques in parallel computing, machine learning, distributed computing, optimization of algorithms, and bench-marking, along with a strong understanding of computer architecture.”

Podcast: Bringing Complex Data To Life with Intel Select Solutions

In this Chip Chat podcast, Jim Jeffers from Intel describes his team’s three important open source libraries for data center rendering that deliver rasterization and ray tracing with high performance on Intel Xeon processors. Jim discusses the new Intel Select Solutions for Professional Visualization that package up key software capabilities with the power of high performance computing to provide stunning visualizations.

Intel to Host IXPUG eXtreme Performance User Group Sept. 25-28 in Oregon

Intel will host the Intel eXtreme Performance User Group (IXPUG) event Sept. 25-28 in Hillsboro, Oregon. “This IXPUG conference is focused on all aspects of employing and adopting many-core processing technologies and techniques for optimal application execution, including topics that cover system hardware beyond the processor (memory, interconnect, etc.), software tools, programming models, new workloads (visualization, data analytics, machine learning, etc.) and more. The conference will provide an interactive experience focused on key topics associated with high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, data analytics, cloud computing, and more.”