GIGABYTE Demonstrates the Future of Computing at SC23 with Advanced Cooling and Scaled Data Centers

November 13, 2023

Nov. 13, 2023 – GIGABYTE Technology continues to be a leader in cooling IT hardware efficiently and in developing diverse server platforms for Arm and x86 processors, as well as AI accelerators. At SC23, GIGABYTE (booth #355) will showcase some standout platforms, including for the NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip and next-gen AMD Instinct APU.

To better introduce its extensive lineup of servers, GIGABYTE will address the most important needs in supercomputing data centers, such as how to cool high-performance IT hardware efficiently and power AI that is capable of real-time analysis and fast time to results.

Advanced Cooling

For many data centers, it is becoming apparent that their cooling infrastructure must radically shift to keep pace with new IT hardware that continues to generate more heat and requires rapid heat transfer. Because of this, GIGABYTE has launched advanced cooling solutions that allow IT hardware to maintain ideal performance while being more energy-efficient and maintaining the same data center footprint.

At SC23, its booth will have a single-phase immersion tank, the A1P0-EA0, which offers a one-stop immersion cooling solution. GIGABYTE is experienced in implementing immersion cooling with immersion-ready servers, immersion tanks, oil, tools, and services spanning the globe. Another cooling solution showcased at SC23 will be direct liquid cooling (DLC), and in particular, the new GIGABYTE cold plates and cooling modules for the NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchip, NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchip, AMD EPYC 9004 processor, and 4th Gen Intel Xeon processor.

Modularized AI & HPC Systems

GIGABYTE has been deploying GIGA PODs in leading cloud service providers and has the know-how to assist data centers with scaled infrastructure. These turnkey solutions (or pods) are composed of eight racks with 32 GIGABYTE G593 nodes for a total of 256 NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs that can achieve 1 exaflop (one quintillion floating point operations per second) of FP8 AI performance. At the GIGABYTE booth is a G593-SD0 server built for Intel Xeon and NVIDIA H100 GPUs, the same platform GIGABYTE used for its most recent submission in MLPerf benchmarks to test AI workloads.

For the modularized theme, there are high-density nodes using Arm-based processors and supporting NVMe drives and NVIDIA BlueField-3 DPUs. The 2U H263-V11 has two nodes for the NVIDIA Grace CPU Superchip, and the H223-V10 is for the NVIDIA Grace Hopper Superchip. The last standout system, publicly revealed for the first time, is the GIGABYTE GPU server, the G383-R80, purpose-built for the next gen AMD Instinct APU. This is the new generation of AMD Instinct accelerators that show great promise for AI workloads.

Scalable Data Center Infrastructure

GIGABYTE’s G493-SB0 is an NVIDIA-Certified system for NVIDIA L4 Tensor Core and L40 GPUs and has room for eight PCIe Gen5 GPUs and expansion slots for NVIDIA BlueField and ConnectX networking technologies. In the future, it will be officially known as an NVIDIA OVX system. Additionally, following the NVIDIA MGX modular design is the new XH23-VG0. It features a single NVIDIA Grace Hopper with FHFL expansion slots for accelerated, giant-scale AI and HPC applications.

Enterprise Computing

GIGABYTE customers have come to expect bold designs that cater to specific workloads and markets. The first new enterprise server, the S183-SH0, is a slim 1U form factor with dual Intel Xeon processors supporting 32x E1.S form-factor, solid-state drives for a fast, dense storage configuration. Another E1.S supporting server is the H253-Z10, which is a multi-node server with front access. There are two G293 GPU servers that are tailored to AI training or AI inference workloads. The G293-Z43 is an inference specialist that can support sixteen Alveo™ V70 accelerators with four GPU cages that have ample cooling. For an optimally priced GPU server, GIGABYTE has the G293-Z23 that supports higher TDP CPUs and PCIe Gen4 and Gen5 GPUs such as the NVIDIA L40S GPU.

NVIDIA H200 Tensor Core GPU

At SC23, NVIDIA announced the NVIDIA H200 Tensor Core GPU with enhanced memory performance, which GIGABYTE will support with upcoming server models.

The NVIDIA H200 GPU supercharges generative AI and HPC with game-changing performance and memory capabilities. As the first GPU with HBM3e, the H200 GPU’s faster, larger memory fuels the acceleration of generative AI and LLMs while advancing scientific computing for HPC workloads. The NVIDIA HGX H200, the world’s leading AI computing platform, features the H200 GPU for the fastest performance. An eight-way HGX H200 provides over 32 petaflops of FP8 deep learning compute and 1.1TB of aggregate high-bandwidth memory for the highest performance in generative AI and HPC applications.

For more information, see a complete list of GIGABYTE DLC serversimmersion servers, and immersion tanks.

About GIGABYTE

GIGABYTE is an engineer, visionary, and leader in the world of tech that uses its hardware expertise, patented innovations, and industry leadership to create, inspire, and advance. Renowned for over 30 years of award-winning excellence in motherboards and graphics cards, GIGABYTE is a cornerstone in the HPC community, providing businesses with server and data center expertise to accelerate their success. At the forefront of evolving technology, GIGABYTE is devoted to inventing smart solutions that enable digitalization from edge to cloud, and allow customers to capture, analyze, and transform digital information into economic data that can benefit humanity.


Source: Gigabyte

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