Unifying HPC and Visualization with Atipa – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 154

September 28th, 2018 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Dana Chang, Vice President and Co-founder at Atipa Technologies, joins us on this week’s Conversations in the Cloud to discuss Atipa’s Polaris Select clusters, which unify HPC and visualization into a single HPCV platform. These clusters are pre-configured to provide everything necessary for parallel computing visualization and cluster management. The Polaris Select solution is verified for both Intel Select Solutions for Professional Visualization and Intel Select Solutions for Simulation and Modeling. Atipa Polaris Select solution is built on Intel Xeon Scalable processors with Intel AVX-512, and include Intel Omni-Path Architecture, as well as Intel SSDs with NVMe. Polaris HPCV clusters are fully customizable per customer requirements, and can deliver high fidelity, photo-realistic images even with datasets become large and complex. Use cases for the solution range from animation and engineering, to oil and gas and life sciences.

Find out more information at:
atipa.com

View a demo at SC18 this fall:
sc18.supercomputing.org

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