Knights Landing Processor with Omni-Path Makes Cloud Debut

April 18, 2017

HPC cloud specialist Rescale is partnering with Intel and HPC resource provider R Systems to offer first-ever cloud access to Xeon Phi "Knights Landing" processors. The infrastructure is based on the 68-core Intel Knights Landing processor with integrated Omni-Path fabric (the 7250F Xeon Phi). Read more…

PRACE Posts 2017 Best Practice Guide for KNL

January 26, 2017

If you are looking for guidance with programming and working with Intel's Xeon Phi (Knights Landing) processors, a solid resource was posted today on the Partne Read more…

Dell Knights Landing Machine Sets New STAC Records

November 2, 2016

The Securities Technology Analysis Center, commonly known as STAC, has released a new report characterizing the performance of the Knight Landing-based Dell PowerEdge C6320p server on the STAC-A2 benchmarking suite, widely used by the financial services industry to test and evaluate computing platforms. The Dell machine has set new records for both the baseline Greeks benchmark and the large Greeks benchmark. Read more…

Intel® Scalable System Framework: Using Next Generation Processors Opens the Door to Faster, More Efficient Deep Learning

April 11, 2016

Deep learning has inspired a gold rush of technology innovation across a wide range of markets from Internet search, to social media, to real-time robotics, sel Read more…

DU GeoSolutions Leverages Xeon Phi for Improved Seismic Processing

March 23, 2016

It’s a given that modern oil and gas exploration couldn’t exist without increasingly powerful supercomputers. Today's machines enable new capabilities, impr Read more…

Intel® Scalable System Framework

The Future of High-Performance Computing Has Arrived

February 22, 2016

Intel® Scalable System Framework, an advanced approach for developing scalable, balanced and efficient HPC systems, is paving the path to Exascale by incorpora Read more…

Strip-Mining for Vectorization to Achieve Order of Magnitude Improvement

September 14, 2015

Strip-Mining for Vectorization is the focus of the second installment of a 3-part educational series from Colfax International introducing select topics on opti Read more…

Intel® Omni-Path Architecture and a Flat Universe

August 3, 2015

Our Earth may be round, but the universe appears to be relatively flat. At least that’s the word from the Stephen Hawking Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at Read more…

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