Intel and the Era of HPC Everywhere
Anyone who follows the supercomputing/high performance computing (HPC) space knows that for all of their jaw-dropping capabilities these systems follow the same populist path familiar to every other technology. That is, thanks to ongoing technological innovation everything that was once exceptional and usually unaffordable becomes commonplace and available to increasing numbers of users and organizations.
But a big question to consider is how long this process usually takes and, even larger, whether anything can be done to effectively speed the process. Those points are of particular interest to Intel and a central goal in the company’s Scalable System Framework (SSF) effort, including the announcements the company made at Supercomputing 2015 (SC15) this week.
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NOTE: This column was originally published in the Pund-IT Review.