High performance computing (HPC) is no longer the exclusive club for universities and national labs, it has extended to drug manufacturers, automakers, and now even the cloud giants like Azure, Google Cloud and Amazon AWS are getting into the action. The one show where everyone gets together to show off their HPC wares and research research is at a show aptly called Super Computing. The Moor Insights & Strategy analyst team was in full force for the latest Super Computing 16 event known in short as SC16. The conference was held in Salt Lake City, Utah and Karl Freund and Jimmy Pike were on-site. We created a lot of content and I wanted to share that here in hopes that you will get a better view of what happened, didn’t happen there. As Intel’s AI (artificial intelligence) event was held right after SC16 and much of the SC16 content was AI, I have included that below.
- RESEARCH PAPER/ Karl Freund: Lenovo: A Trusted Partner in HPC
- RESEARCH PAPER/ Karl Freund: AMD’s ROCm Software Helps Accelerate HPC & Deep Learning
- RESEARCH PAPER/ Karl Freund: Xilinx Reconfigurable Acceleration Stack Targets Machine Learning, Data, Analytics, & Video Streaming
- Forbes/ Patrick Moorhead: With PowerAI, IBM Will Likely Accelerate Enterprise AI Trial And Adoption
- Forbes/ Karl Freund: NVIDIA Is Not Just Accelerating AI, It Aims To Reshape Computing
- Forbes/ Karl Freund: Xilinx Seeks To Mainstream FPGAs In The Datacenter
- Forbes/ Karl Freund: Could AMD’s New Software Be A Game Changer In The Datacenter?
- Forbes/ Patrick Moorhead: Intel Lays Out Their Comprehensive AI Strategy At Their First “AI Day”
- Forbes/ Jimmy Pike: Mellanox and HDR Infiniband
- Forbes/ Karl Freund: Intel Commits To Nervana Roadmap For AI; First New Architecture In Decades