Tag Archives: High Performance Computing (HPC)

ISC 2016 Recap

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Last week we participated at the International Supercomputing conference – ISC’16. In reality, the event started the weekend before, kicked off by the HP-CAST conference where Mellanox presented to the entire HP-CAST audience our newest smart interconnect solutions; solutions that enable the highest application performance and best cost-performance compute and storage infrastructures. At ISC’16 we […]

Dell launches SwitchIB-2: One Step Closer to Exascale Computing

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Dell will be once again demonstrating its HPC leadership with the release of Mellanox SwitchIB-2 featuring SHArP (Scalable Hierarchical Aggregation Protocol) technology. Mellanox and Dell have a long history delivering HPC solutions and are partners in many of the TOP500 supercomputers in the world. These supercomputers utilize InfiniBand infrastructure from Mellanox and PowerEdge servers from […]

Mellanox Introduces Most Advanced InfiniBand and Ethernet Intelligent Adapter Yet

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Last year, IDC predicted that the HPC market would reach $15.2 billion by 2019. That represents a healthy 8.2 percent yearly growth rate. We knew it would be big, and we knew we would be ready for it. In fact, we’ve spent the past decade striving to take high performance computing (HPC) to new levels. […]

Mellanox Named Leading Lights Outstanding Component Vendor Finalist

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When I heard that Mellanox was named an Outstanding Components Vendor finalist for Lightreading’s Leading Lights Award, I was thrilled and proud, but not surprised because I was confident that Mellanox deserved to be in the spotlight. Mellanox is uniquely positioned to help Communication Service Providers build their next generation infrastructure with our vision in […]

A Look At The Latest Omni-Path Claims

Once again, the temperature kicked up another few degrees in the interconnect debate with HPC Wire’s coverage based on information released by Intel on the growth of Omni-Path Architecture (OPA). According to Intel, the company behind OPA, have been seeing steady market traction. We have always expected Intel to win some systems, same as QLogic […]

Mellanox Results are the Best on TopCrunch

The HPC Advisory Council published a best practices paper showing record application performance for LS-DYNA® Automotive Crash Simulation, one of the automotive industry’s most computational and network intensive applications for automotive design and safety.  The paper can be downloaded here:  HPC Advisory Council : LS-Dyna Performance Benchmark and Profiling.   The LS-DYNA benchmarks were tested […]

InfiniBand Enables the Most Powerful Cloud: Windows Azure

Windows Azure continues to be the leader in High-Performance Computing Cloud services. Delivering a HPC solution built on top of Windows Server technology and Microsoft HPC Pack, Windows Azure offers the performance and scalability of a world-class supercomputing center to everyone, on demand, in the cloud.   Customers can now run compute-intensive workloads such as […]

Process Affinity: Hop on the Bus, Gus!

This is an excerpt of a post published today on the Cisco HPC Networking blog by Joshua Ladd, Mellanox: At some point in the process of pondering this blog post I noticed that my subconscious had, much to my annoyance, registered a snippet of the chorus to Paul Simon’s timeless classic “50 Ways to Leave […]

Deploying HPC Clusters with Mellanox InfiniBand Interconnect Solutions

High-performance simulations require the most efficient compute platforms. The execution time of a given simulation depends upon many factors, such as the number of CPU/GPU cores and their utilization factor and the interconnect performance, efficiency, and scalability. Efficient high-performance computing systems require high-bandwidth, low-latency connections between thousands of multi-processor nodes, as well as high-speed storage […]

Why I left HP after 19 years to join ProfitBricks

On 02.12.13, In Cloud Computing, by Pete Johnson Originally Posted: http://blog.profitbricks.com/why-i-left-hp Pete Johnson, new Platform Evangelist Woz once said, “I thought I’d be an HPer for life.” While I don’t usually claim to have a whole lot in common with the man who designed the first computer I ever saw (an Apple II, summer ’78), […]