Changing HPC Fabrics Economics: The Intel Omni-Path Architecture – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 426

December 8th, 2015 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Barry Davis, GM of the High Performance Fabrics Operation at Intel chats about how today’s requirements for high performance computing (HPC) fabrics are outstripping the capabilities of traditional fabric technologies in performance, reliability, and economic feasibility. He highlights how Intel Omni-Path Architecture (OPA) is delivering performance for tomorrow’s high performance computing (HPC) workloads and has the ability to scale to tens and eventually thousands of nodes at competitive price to today’s fabrics. Barry illustrates that Intel OPA is a foundational element of the Intel Scalable System Framework (Intel SSF) and will continue to drive higher performance, lower latency, and more bandwidth across the Intel CPU roadmap.

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