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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.

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.”

TYAN Boosts HPC and Storage Servers with New AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors

Today TYAN announced support for high frequency AMD EPYC 7F32 (8 cores), EPYC 7F52 (16 cores) and EPYC 7F72 (24 cores) processor-based server motherboards and server systems to the market. TYAN’s HPC and storage server platforms continue to offer exceptional performance to datacenter customers. “Leveraging AMD’s innovation in 7nm process technology, PCIe 4.0 I/O, and an embedded security architecture, TYAN’s 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processor-based platforms are designed to address the most demanding challenges facing the datacenter”, said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “Adding the new AMD EPYC 7002 Series processors with TYAN server platforms enable us to provide new capabilities to our customers and partners.”

TYAN adds 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

Today TYAN announced support for the extended 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors lineup (Cascade Lake-SP Refresh). TYAN’s full line of HPC, cloud computing and storage server platforms continue to offer advanced performance and hardware-enhanced security to enterprises, cloud and hyperscale data centers. “Customers from the data center to the enterprise are facing the challenge of getting more value from enormous amounts of data. The demand requires IT infrastructure migration to faster I/O throughput, shorter data process period, and higher storage capacity,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “Thanks to Intel’s improvements in CPU clocks, cores and cache, the 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors let our customers enjoy performance jumps while running cloud computing, HPC and storage applications”.

Full Roundup: SC19 Booth Tour Videos from insideHPC

Now that SC19 is behind us, it’s time to gather our booth tour videos in one place. Throughout the course of the show, insideHPC talked to dozens of HPC innovators showcasing the very latest in hardware, software, and cooling technologies.

Tyan Showcases Intel Xeon Solutions for HPC, AI, and the Edge

In this video from SC19, Philip Maher from Tyan describes the company’s latest lineup of HPC and storage server platforms based on Intel Xeon Scalable Processors. “Data is the foundation of the new economy, and how organizations effectively move, store and process will help determine their level of success,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “By leveraging the 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, TYAN’s leading portfolio of HPC, storage and cloud server platforms enable to help our customers accelerate innovation, drive business value, and bring products and services to market faster.”

TYAN Launches AMD EPYC Server Platforms at SC19

Today TYAN rolled out the latest lineup of HPC and storage server platforms based on the AMD EPYC 7002 Series processors that are aimed at the datacenter market at SC19. “The 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processor was designed to provide customers with leadership in architecture, performance, and security,” said Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, Data Center Solutions Group, AMD. “We’re excited to see our partners, like TYAN, continue to build their portfolios around 2nd Gen EPYC to provide new capabilities for their customers and partners.”