Architectural Innovation for the Exascale Era

The exascale ripple effect

The stakes for getting exascale supercomputing architectures right are high. Governments around the world are investing billions of dollars in the exascale race.

Hyperion Research analysts believe that many of the technology innovations needed to sustain exascale performance on real-world applications will benefit HPC users of nearly all sizes and types, including the growing number of commercial firms moving up to HPC for data analysis and artificial intelligence.

Find out more in this white paper, including details about Cray’s “Shasta” architecture with Intel® Xeon® processors.

The paper covers topics including:

The race to

Cray’s “Shasta”

The outlook
for exascale

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