A Round-Up of News from SC19

Posted on November 19, 2019

A roundup of news about Advanced Clustering and its partners from SC19 taking place right now in Denver.

Advanced Clustering Launches ClusterVisor
HPC Cluster Management Software
ClusterVisor

Our new HPC cluster management software solution makes its debut this week at SC19. ClusterVisor makes it possible to manage your HPC cluster from the command line or from a simple web interface GUI. Our team will be providing live demonstrations of ClusterVisor in booth 1775 this week. You can also read more and get a sneak preview here.

On Display: The latest HPC Hardware Innovations

Advanced Clustering is displaying some of our latest HPC hardware solutions in booth 1775 this week. Visit our booth for a first-hand look at these server solutions:

Our ACTblade x250 features Intel Xeon “Cascade Lake” AP processors. Get more information and configure it here: https://www.advancedclustering.com/act_systems/actblade-x250/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our ACTblade e230 supports AMD’s EPYC Rome architecture. Learn more and configure it here: https://www.advancedclustering.com/act_systems/actblade-e230/

Our ACTserv x2280c is a perfect balance 2x Xeon SP CPUs, 8x GPUs and storage. Learn more and configure it here: https://www.advancedclustering.com/act_systems/actserv-x2280c/

 

BeeGFS Wins the HPCWire Best HPC Storage
Product or Technology 2019 Award

BeeGFS was recognized Monday night in the annual HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards. BeeGFS was awarded the Readers’ Choice Award for Best HPC Storage Product or Technology 2019. Advanced Clustering Technologies is proud to be a provider of the BeeGFS parallel file system, which is ideal for I/O intensive workloads because it allows you to spread user data over multiple servers. Learn more about BeeGFS here.
Read the full list of HPCwire Readers’ Choice Award winners here.

NVIDIA Launches CUDA on Arm at SC19

NVIDIA is making good on its promise earlier this summer to make Arm a peer with X86 and Power with regard to the entire Nvidia software stack, including the full breadth of the CUDA programming environment with its software development kit and its libraries for accelerating HPC and AI applications. Read more here.

Intel Unveils New GPU Stack, oneAPI Development Effort

Intel made some significant announcements at Supercomputing 19 on Sunday, including new details on its Xe GPU architecture and a programming model it calls oneAPI. Both products are critical to the company’s future plans; Xe represents Intel’s first-ever push into data center GPUs and its first discrete GPU in nearly a decade. OneAPI is part of Intel’s effort to expand both its total addressable market and to unify the compute space developers use to target its products. Read more here.

 

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