Enabling Exascale Computing with Intel Scalable System Framework – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 425

December 4th, 2015 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Dr. Al Gara, Intel Fellow and Chief Architect for Exascale Systems for the Data Center Group at Intel stops by to talk about how Intel’s scalable system framework (SSF) is meeting the extreme challenges and opportunities that researchers and scientists face in high performance computing (HPC) today. He explains that SSF incorporates many different Intel technologies including; Intel Xeon and Phi processors, Intel Omni-Path Fabrics, silicon photonics, innovative memory technologies, and efficiently integrates these elements into a broad spectrum of system solutions optimized for both compute and data-intensive workloads. Al emphasizes that this framework has the ability to scale from very small HPC systems all the way up to exascale computing systems and meets the needs of users in a very scalable and flexible way.

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