Traditional high performance computing is hitting a performance wall. With data volumes exploding and workloads becoming increasingly complex, the need for a breakthrough in HPC performance is clear. Intel® Scalable System Framework (Intel® SSF) provides that breakthrough. Designed to work for small clusters to the world’s largest supercomputers, Intel® SSF provides scalability and balance for both compute- and data intensive applications, as well as artificial intelligence and visualization. The design moves everything closer to the processor to improve bandwidth, reduce latency and allow you to spend more time processing and less time waiting.
Manage large, complex data sets, gain insights more quickly, accelerate product innovation, and drive scientific explorations that were never before possible.
New Intel® Xeon® processor Scalable family offers improved HPC performance plus Intel® Omni-Path Architecture, Intel® Optane™ Technology memory and more.
Gaining the next phase of high performance computing insights will require new system design approaches to address increasingly complex modeling and simulation workloads, along with emerging artificial intelligence, machine learning, high performance data analytics, and visualization workloads. With Intel® Scalable System Framework configurations, transform your HPC system using validated designs and experience ease of deployments, operations and application compatibility. In collaboration with our ecosystem, Intel® SSF configurations and compatible applications are being built and deployed globally.
15 PF/s Deep-Learning Training Performance on 9600 NERSC Cori Nodes Based on Intel® Xeon Phi™ processors is the fastest to date.
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CERN reports on their collaboration with Intel on a co-packaged Intel® Xeon® processor plus FPGA processor.