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What a 200G HDR InfiniBand Solution Means for Today’s Advanced Data Centers

The world of today’s HPC computing is driven by the ever-increasing generation and consumption of digital information. And the ability to analyze this rapidly growing pool of data, and extrapolate meaningful insights, gives modern businesses a competitive edge. Download the full report, “Introducing 200G HDR InfiniBand Solutions,” to learn about how Mellanox Technologies end-to-end 200G HDR InfiniBand solution is helping enable the next generation of data centers.

HDR 200G InfiniBand: Empowering Next Generation Data Centers

The need for faster data movement has never been more critical to the worlds of HPC and machine learning. In light of this demand, companies like Mellanox Technologies are working to introduce solutions to address the need for HPC and deep learning platforms to move and analyze data both in real-time and at faster speeds than ever.Download the new white paper from Mellanox that explores the company’s end-to-end HDR 200G InfiniBand product portfolio and the benefits of in-network computing.

Introducing 200G HDR InfiniBand Solutions

As the first to 40Gb/s, 56Gb/s and 100Gb/s bandwidth, Mellanox has both boosted data center and cloud performance and improved return on investment at a pace that exceeds its own roadmap. To that end, Mellanox has now announced that it is the first company to enable 200Gb/s data speeds with Mellanox Quantum switches, ConnectX-6 adapters, and LinkX cables combining for an end-to end 200G HDR InfiniBand solution in 2018. Download the new report, courtesy of Mellanox Technologies, to lean more about 200G HDR InfiniBand solutions. 

Artificial Intelligence: The Next Industrial Revolution

It has been said that artificial intelligence will create the next industrial revolution, the fourth industrial revolution that modern-day society has experienced since the dawn of mechanical production and steam power energy documented in 1784. In this guest article, Mellanox Technologies’ Scot Schultz explores how artificial intelligence is shaping up to launch the next big wave of innovation.

Using HPC to Track Massive Ice Shelves

Mellanox Technologies’ Vice President of Marketing, Gilad Shainer, discusses the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Mellanox’s high performance computing work that is tracking the Earth’s most massive ice shelves. Essentially, the simulations needed to track the massive ice sheet’s progress require extremely large resolutions, large outputs and high computational demands – all of which requires massive computational power.

New OpenCAPI Consortium to Boost Server Performance 10x

“IBM has decided to double down on our commitment to open standards and enablement of industry innovation by opening up access to our CAPI technology to the entire industry. With the support of our OpenCAPI co-founders, we have created a new OpenCAPI specification that tremendously improves performance over our prior specification and IBM will be among the first to implement it with our POWER9 products expected in 2017.”