HPC-Fabric Integration With HPE and Intel Omni-Path Architecture

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According to Hyperion Research, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is the number one provider of high-performance computing (HPC) servers in the world.1 As the acknowledged industry leaders, HPE and Intel have teamed up to deliver market-leading HPC and AI solutions. A key component of that portfolio is the fabric that connects servers into a cohesive HPC cluster environment. By combining HPE optimized Apollo systems with Intel Omni-Path Architecture (Intel OPA), customers now have an interconnect solution that spans entry-level HPC clusters all the way through to supercomputers. HPE also offers the flexibility of on-premises or off-site hosted HPC cloud solutions through its network of partners. With highly power-efficient and price optimized solutions, HPE and Intel OPA can meet the needs of HPC and AI customers. Whether customers are seeking entry-level, rack-scale systems that are air-cooled or a high-end liquid-cooled system, HPE has the HPC and AI solution for you — with Intel OPA optimized across its portfolio. Organizations typically spend a considerable portion of their HPC budgets on high-performance fabric to interconnect their servers into a high-performance cluster. Intel® Omni-Path Architecture has been cost-optimized to deliver high-speed (100 Gb/s) and low-latency even at an extreme scale. Intel OPA’s lighter interconnect footprint translates to substantially less rack space, lower power, and cooling costs. Channel those overall cost savings into more HPC compute power. Intel OPA, integrated into Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) line of HPC servers, together provides world-class solutions for a variety of customers, workloads, and IT infrastructures — whether on-premises, in the cloud or both. Please download this whitepaper to read more.

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