2) Intel manycore Xeon Phi
Knights Corner (KNC): a single 57-core Intel Xeon Phi
coprocessor 3120A with four threads per core; Frequency: 1.1 GHz; GDDR5: 6 GB of RAM; L1d cache: 32 kB; L1i cache: 32 kB; L2 Cache: 28.5 MB
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The Intel Xeon Phi
processor is a bootable host processor that delivers massive parallelism and vectorization to support the most demanding high-performance computing (HPC) applications.
Asetek (Oslo:ASETEK.OL) disclosed on Tuesday that it is existing OEM partner Fujitsu that has been selected by the University of Regensburg to install Asetek InRackCDU technology to liquid cool one of the first Intel Xeon Phi
based HPC clusters in Europe.
To help make this a reality, Intel disclosed the next generation of the Intel Xeon Phi
processor family (code named Knights Mill), which is focused on high-performance machine learning and artificial intelligence.
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It's a new version of the Xeon Phi
coprocessor, which works in tandem with Intel's flagship x86 microprocessors.
AMAX has integrated its product lines, including converged solutions and AMAX HPC clusters with the latest Intel Xeon Phi
x2000 product family, the company said.
As part of this upgrade, DWD will also receive additional Cray Sonexion 2000 scale-out Lustre storage capacity, and a future 12-node Cray CS400 system with the next-generation of the Intel Xeon Phi
Tianhe-2 currently has 16,000 nodes, each with two Intel Xeon Ivy Bridge processors, and three Xeon Phi
coprocessors for a combined total of 3.12 million computing cores.
Not that optimizing hardware utilization was a simple task back then, but current HPC users and systems administrators must now manage workflows that may include a mix-n-match collection of heterogeneous hardware like CPUs, GPUs and Intel Xeon Phi
devices installed in multiple, distributed clusters that may be located within an organization, physically located across multiple data centers around the world, and may even include resources nebulously contained within the cloud.
According to Cray, the COMA system, which utilises Intel Xeon processors and Intel Xeon Phi
coprocessors, will provide the CCS user community with a powerful tool for performing research in the areas of space physics, theory of elementary particles, life sciences and material sciences.