GEARING UP FOR EXASCALE WITH THE LENOVO

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GEARING UP FOR EXASCALE WITH THE LENOVO

Lenovo is, amongst all major HPC systems suppliers in the world, can be unique by having a large market HPC.

HPC business firms were initially based on IBM’s business system server a couple of years ago plus a storage and storage device for Lenovo-licensed devices from Big Blue as part of the deal. But Lenovo,

which provides hyperscaler and Chinese cloud builder, knows one or two things about computationally dispersed scale and how to get the cost of the machine to compete. And so, they win a business and grow their business.

The Top500 position

November 2018 using benchmarks Linpack Fortran is a case that can be produced by Lenovo. When you join the current list, Lenovo has an aggregate 234.3 petaflops Linpack performance (16.6 percent of the total capacity list) of all 7.74 million core systems in 140, for the first two reaches Cray,

which has 193 petaflops oomph exactly two straight in Linpack in 49 engines with more than 7 million nuclei, consisting of 13.6 percent of total capacity.

For that reason, the “Summit” supercomputer at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the “Sierra” system at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory are not labeled IBM machines (they sell labels with Mellanox and Nvidia) even though IBM is the main contractor,

but if you add this machine to the base True Blue machine, then IBM has 15 machines on the list with a total of 296.4 ongoing petaflops performance at Linpack in all 7.6 million terrain. Essentially, Lenovo remains involved with IBM and Cray and is still far from China’s competitors, Inspector, Sugon, and Huawei.

At this time, said Scott Tease

Lenovo’s high performance computing authority, he has the largest network of bases around the world, with machines being installed in 17 countries. Lenovo can ompete in China during native rivalry, and because IBM records HPC history in North America and Europe.

Lenovo can compete in the market. Other Chinese companies want to find in the Western economies, and Western companies want to enter China. Both produce a mix, and none of them has many machines on Lenovo’s rich list. So, it does not look like a big deal, really.

Tease tells Platform Next, many business centers, empires, and academic HPC centers who want to see how you get Top500 as part of a process engine, although they can make your own Linpack test. Building a great system shows that you can build a great system.

But when we get the exascale era

Lenovo is ready to be ready for big change. These will all be more complex, and the need to add Moore Law to economic chips and slow performance.

“One of the things that we are talking to our customers is that the processor platform based platform processor will not bring us into exascale,” Tease said. “It will be a blend of different accelerator technology, with Nvidia or AMD GPU or Intel Futuristic Accelerator Configurable or Intel and Xilinx FPGAs, the exascale system will be a mix of CPU and accelerators.

The angle we take is to leave us open for different partnerships In Europe, there are RISC-V and Arm, in China there is a homegrown comput plus AMD Epyc, and in the USA there are CPU-GPU hybrid engines and CSA.

Intel We are trying to stay open in view of our global diversity, and we tell people that whatever investment we make in exascale products, our goal is to take the product and sell it to HPC and AI customers of all sizes. It will not be the thing we design once and then no longer sell. ”

One of the changes is that general purpose, Xeon thinks that the substrate is a feature of the HPC cluster over the past decade is to see the competition for the first time. No one will ever know, but everyone will see the first and the great.

“There is a lot of fun in AMD coming back to the market because it is an option because there are competitors ahead,” explained Tease. “So it’s good that we do not see the interest in the technological process in time because no one can survive Intel, then there’s an arm-processor and RISC-V and.

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