Intel HPC Performance Prevails at Supercomputing 2016
Today at Supercomputing 2016, Intel made another splash on the Top500 list of supercomputers with a 2.5x increase in Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) systems and nine additional Intel® Xeon Phi™-based systems, demonstrating the rapid market adoption of its technologies.
Intel announced key updates to its high performance computing (HPC) portfolio including Intel® HPC Orchestrator, a modular toolset that improves setup and management of systems, enables testing at scale and simplified deployment. Intel® HPC Orchestrator is now generally available through OEM partners Dell and Fujitsu.
Lastly, for the first time publically, Intel demonstrated an HPC cluster featuring an early version of next-generation Intel® Xeon® processor using Intel OPA and Advanced Vector Extensions-512.
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