HPC Articles

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Red Hat’s OpenShift Runs More Efficiently with Supermicro’s SuperBlade® Servers
  • September 30, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

The Supermicro SuperBlade's advantage for the Red Hat OCP environment is that it supports a higher-density infrastructure and lower-latency network configuration, along with benefits from reduced cabling, power and shared cooling features. SuperBlades feature multiple AMD EPYC™ processors using fast DDR4 3200MHz memory modules.

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Build an Accelerated Data Center with AMD's Third-Gen EPYC™ CPUs
  • September 28, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

“AMD EPYC™ processors are now a part of the world’s hyperscale data centers,” said Lisa Su, AMD’s CEO. Meta/Facebook is now building its servers with powerful third-generation AMD EPYC™ CPUs.

Gain Business Insights Faster by Building the Right Infrastructure for Performance-Intensive Computing
  • September 19, 2022
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A white paper from IDC projects a new role for IT leaders in preparing the infrastructure required to properly power performance-intensive computing for enterprise workloads, such as data-driven insights, AI/machine learning, big data, modeling and simulation and more. Get the full white paper to learn best practices and avoid pitfalls when implementing performance-intensive computing infrastructure.

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Offering Distinct Advantages: The AMD Instinct™ MI210 and MI250 Series GPU Accelerators and Supermicro SuperBlades
  • September 9, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

Using six nanometer processes and the CDNA2 graphics dies, AMD has created the third generation of GPU accelerators, which have more than twice the performance of previous GPU processors and deliver 181 teraflops of mixed precision peak computing power.

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Lawrence Livermore Labs Advances Scientific Research with AMD GPU Accelerators
  • August 18, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

The Lawrence Livermore National Lababoratory chose to use a cluster of 120 servers running AMD EPYC™ processors with nearly 1,000 AMD Instinct™ GPU accelerators. The hardware, facilitated by Supermicro, was an excellent match for the molecular dynamics simulations required for the Lab's cutting-edge research, which combines machine learning with structural biology concepts.