The next-generation high performance computing (HPC) fabric includes robust architecture and feature sets, support for 100Gb/s throughput, and scalability to exascale—and beyond.

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Intel® Omni-Path Host Fabric Interface (Intel® OP HFI) Products

  • Designed specifically for the Intel® Omni-Path Host Fabric Interface (Intel® OP HFI)
  • Deliver performance that scales with high node and core counts
  • Support 100Gbps per port

Intel® Omni-Path Edge Switch (Intel® OP Edge Switch) Products

  • Create fabrics that meet the needs of the most demanding set of applications
  • Include 24- and 48-port switches
  • Combine 48-port with other switches and directors to build large multi-tier fabrics

Intel® Omni-Path Director Class Switch (Intel® OP Director Class Switch) Products

  • Based on next-generation 48-radix switch silicon
  • Supports as many as 768 100Gb/s ports
  • Low, 20U footprint

Intel® Omni-Path Director (Intel® OP Director) Modules

  • Scales with high node and core counts
  • Supports 100Gbps per port
  • Ideal for demanding application environments

Intel® Omni-Path Cable (Intel® OP Cable) Products

  • Support optical and copper types in numerous lengths
  • Provide highly reliable communication links
  • Deliver bit error rate (BER) performance

Intel® Silicon Photonics

  • Deliver 100G connectivity
  • Provide the only fully integrated solution with hybrid laser technology
  • Count on industry-standard products adopted by cloud service providers

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Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) delivers the performance for today's high performance computing (HPC) workloads and the ability to scale to tens of thousands of nodes--and eventually more--delivering significant price-performance advantages compared to today's fabric. Contact an Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) expert about your HPC Fabric needs today.

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