|Name:||Hewlett Packard Enterprise: From Today's HPC-Portfolio Towards "The Machine" & Exascale Systems|
|Time:||Tuesday, June 20, 2017
03:20 pm - 03:40 pm
|Breaks:||03:15 pm - 03:45 pm Coffee Break|
|Speaker:||Craig Yamasaki, HPE|
|Abstract:||The talk will address HPE’s portfolio of purpose-designed HPC-systems and highlight the new trends of application-specific, modular system architectures. With the obvious end of Moore’s Law and the ever increasing desire to minimize power the focus will then be on next generation HPC-system: HPE’s “The Machine” is a long-term project that addresses those challenges with a design characterized as “Memory Centric Computing”.
Expanding this architecture towards Exascale requires system-wide non-volatile memory (NVM), ultra-efficient optical communications and an innovative operation system with resiliency and security as key design objectives from the very beginning. Even at that scale HPE will foster co-design, collaboration and open standards that allow seamless communications between system components.