- Designed specifically for the Intel® Omni-Path Host Fabric Interface (Intel® OPA HFI)
- Deliver performance that scales with high node and core counts
- Support 100 Gbps per port
The next-generation high performance computing (HPC) fabric includes robust architecture and feature sets, support for 100 Gb/s throughput, and scalability to exascale—and beyond.
A multi-mission resource, Pittsburgh Supercomputer deploys Bridges with HPE system.
Cray’s HPC supercomputer for Kyoto University services researchers worldwide.
CU Boulder’s RMACC Summit Supercomputer Broadens Subatomic to Galactic Horizons with Dell EMC system.
Lenovo expresses support for Intel® Omni-Path Architecture, which speeds up the data “commute” in HPC data centers like the MARCONI Supercomputer.
In the Tundra Extreme Scale* HPC solution, Penguin Computing selected Intel® Omni-Path Architecture for its performance and price.
Japan reveals details of its next gen supercomputer—Oakforest-PACS—which includes Intel® Omni-Path Architecture for training in CSE and HPC.
During Supercomputing Conference 2015 (SC'15), Intel announced advancements to the Intel® Scalable System Framework (Intel® SSF) to bring HPC capabilities and benefits to more industries.
Argonne National Laboratory selects Intel's HPC scalable system framework to power the upcoming Aurora supercomputer.
Compare the performance of Intel® Omni-Path to InfiniBand*, and see how Intel is developing its scalable high performance computing framework.
Intel® Omni-Path Architecture adds scalability, higher bandwidth, and lower latency that could help the HPC community achieve Exascale performance.
Intel® Omni-Path Fabric has a robust architecture and feature set to meet the current and future demands of HPC at a cost-competitive price to today's fabric. Intel® fabric builders members are working to enable world-class solutions based on the Intel® Omni-Path Architecture with a goal of helping end users build the best environment to meet their HPC needs.