Evolving HPC with Intel Scalable System Framework and New Xeon Phi – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 474

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: On this episode of Chip Chat we are joined by Charlie Wuischpard, Vice President of Data Center Group & GM Workstations and High Performance Computing at Intel to discuss Intel’s investment to break down walls to high performance computing (HPC) adoption and move innovation forward by thinking at a system level. Charlie discusses the announcement of the Intel Xeon Phi processor, which is a foundational element of Intel Scalable System Framework (Intel SSF), as well as Intel Omni-Path Fabric. Charlie also explains that these enhancements will make supercomputing faster, more reliable, and increase efficient power consumption; Intel has achieved this by combining the capabilities of various technologies and optimizing ways for them to work together.

To learn more, visit:
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