Researchers discuss how Intel® Parallel Computing Centers will provide the capabilities to answer bigger questions and make new discoveries.
The Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family is designed for the high performance computing solutions that enterprise IT services demand.
Enterprise IT services demand high performance computing with more mission-critical computing solutions optimized for the Intel® Xeon® processors family.
At the Ohio Supercomputer Center, an Intel® Xeon® processor-based system delivers 1.5x the performance at 60% of the power of the previous platform.
At the Ohio Supercomputer Center, an Intel® Xeon® processor-based system delivers 1.5 times the performance at 60 percent of the power of the previous platform.
Case Study: South Ural State University deploys an Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor-based HPC, delivering new performance, efficiency, and lower costs.
Case Study: Russia’s South Ural State University deploys an Intel® Xeon® coprocessor-based RSC Tornado SUSU* supercomputer, delivering new performance, efficiency, and lower energy costs.
Optimize code and maximize utilization using Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors, enabling research and discovery with highly parallel applications.
Altair’s Bill Nitzberg and Eric Lequiniou explain how Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors speed up high performance computing simulations.
Altair’s Bill Nitzberg and Eric Lequiniou explain how Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors speed up high performance computing simulations, quickly recompiling and running commercial code without altering the source code.Vue complète >
NAG’s Mike Dewar discusses how porting legacy code to Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors enables users to solve large data problems quickly.
NICS explains how the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor enables parallel machines and energy-efficient supercomputers like the Beacon* cluster.
NICS’s Gregory Peterson explains how their Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor-based Beacon* cluster is the most energy-efficient supercomputer in the world, allowing users to have an entire parallel machine on a single chip.Vue complète >