Helping to Generate Economic Growth with the OpenPOWER Ecosystem

 
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We are excited to share today’s announcement by the OPENPower
Foundation to enable the STFC Hartree Center. I wrote a short blog about the announcement, excerpted here:

 

In the latest announcement,  the STFC Hartree Center  is setting out to enable the latest in world-class, state-of-the-art technologies for the development of advanced software solutions to solve real-world challenges in academe, industry and Government and tackle the ever growing issues of big data. The architecture will include POWER CPUs from IBM, the latest in flash-memory storage, GPU’s from Nvidia and, of course, the most advanced networking technology from Mellanox.  Enhanced with native support for CAPI technology, and network-offload acceleration capabilities, the Mellanox interconnect will rapidly shuttle data around the system in the most effective and efficient manner to keep the cores focused on crunching the data; not on processing network communications.

 

Read the full post here:  http://openpowerfoundation.org/blogs/mellanox-and-the-openpower-ecosystem-to-help-generate-economic-growth/

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About Scot Schultz

Scot Schultz is a HPC technology specialist with broad knowledge in operating systems, high speed interconnects and processor technologies. Joining the Mellanox team in March 2013 as Director of HPC and Technical Computing, Schultz is a 25-year veteran of the computing industry. Prior to joining Mellanox, he spent the past 17 years at AMD in various engineering and leadership roles, most recently in strategic HPC technology ecosystem enablement. Scot was also instrumental with the growth and development of the Open Fabrics Alliance as co-chair of the board of directors. Scot currently maintains his role as Director of Educational Outreach, founding member of the HPC Advisory Council and of various other industry organizations. Follow him on Twitter: @ScotSchultz

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