Intel Building the Future of High Performance Computing
Intel’s SC20 Content: HPCwire website
Intel’s Key SC20 News Highlights:
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 17, 2020 – At Supercomputing 2020 (SC20), Intel highlighted how the company’s hardware and software technologies are enabling the future of high performance computing (HPC).
In her keynote presentation to kickoff SC20, Trish Damkroger, vice president and general manager of High Performance Computing at Intel, highlighted Intel’s upcoming Ice Lake server processors that deliver performance-optimized features for a range of HPC workloads. Increased memory bandwidth, a new high-performance Sunny Cove core architecture, increased processor core count and support for PCIe Gen4 will help customers solve scientific challenges across different disciplines, including life sciences, material science and weather modeling.
At SC20, Intel and Argonne National Laboratory also announced their collaboration on the co-design and validation of exascale-class applications using GPUs based on Intel’s Xe-HP microarchitecture and Intel oneAPI toolkits.
The Xe-HP GPUs offer Argonne a development vehicle for Intel Xe-HPC GPUs (“Ponte Vecchio”) that will be used in the Aurora system.
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For more information about Intel’s participation at SC20, visit Intel.com.
Nov 18, 2020 at 04:15