Intel® Omni-Path and HPE - Simplify your Interconnect
Many of the world’s fastest computers today use Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) switching fabric.
According to the November 2017 Top500 listings, 63.6 percent of servers on the Top500 with 100 Gbps fabrics use Intel OPA. In other words, Intel® OPA is quickly gaining traction among some of the world’s largest and most powerful supercomputers.
Read the articles below to find out how Intel® Omni-Path can improve your HPC cluster performance.
Simplify HPC with HPE and Intel® Omni-Path Architecture. The Intel® Omni-Path Architecture simplifies network infrastructure. Achieving efficient performance at scale remains the core challenge in HPC today. Increasingly, interconnect fabric represents a cluster’s choke … "Why the Intel® Omni-Path Architecture?"
How Omni-Path simplifies compute architecture Supercomputing in the 1980s and early ‘90s used to be about streamlining very few, very fast processors. However, once the supercomputing paradigm shifted to running clusters of thousands … "Simplify to Compute"
How Intel Omni-Path® delivers industry-leading performance and improves as systems scale up The future of high-performance computing looks different depending on who you ask. But one thing nearly everyone is in agreement about: Scale … "How HPE and Intel® Omni-Path simplify scaling"
BASF’s QURIOSITY supercomputer builds on Intel® Omni-Path Architecture’s high-performance fabric. When a company deploys a petaflop-scale supercomputer for research and development, the launch may grab headlines. However, what doesn’t garner nearly as much … "The chemistry of interconnect"
Download HPC fabrics math. For all its complexities, high-performance computing (HPC) nevertheless occasionally runs on relatively straightforward math. For instance, when it comes to balancing CPU/GPU workloads, whole numbers can be better than … "How Intel® OPA and HPE Apollo 6000 enhance HPC"
Download HPE and Intel® Omni-Path Fabric enable groundbreaking HPC. Data-intensive high-performance computing is almost its own brand of HPC. For instance, making all of a large-scale cluster’s storage nodes visible to all of … "HPE and Intel® Omni-Path enable HPC with “Bridges”"