Simulation-driven prototyping such as Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE), Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Exploratory Data Analytics (EDA), has become an integral part of complex product design, giving engineers the clarity and confidence to simulate their way toward transformational innovation
As experts in designing and delivering highly efficient, turnkey, scalable HPC solutions ICC brings to market a unique range of Engineering optimised solutions, powered by AMD’s latest generation processers, including bleeding edge hardware components, fully managed HPC Cloud environments and Ansys certified application stacks, designed and engineered to meet your performance, density and budgetary requirements.
SuperMicro always pushes the boundaries innovation wise and they are extremely aware of the needs of their buyers as markets evolve. With the current datacenter market having space limitations and the ever increasing power costs due to the current energy crisis, SuperMicro is continuously trying to adapt to make solutions for these problems.
One of the extremely good pieces of news within the CPU market over the last few weeks is the new CPU releases from the two major CPU creators.
Building a GPU cloud contains many variables, hardware and software. You can think of it as building blocks.
SuperMicro continues to push the boundaries in terms of GPU server deployments and form factors. SuperMicro recently announced an 8U GPU, which, in their words, is the “most advanced GPU server, incorporating eight NVIDIA® H100 Tensor Core GPUs”.
With the rising cost of parts and the expensive DDR5 memory associated with AMD’s new CPUs, retailers are starting to come to grips with the need for more affordable motherboards for the new AMD Ryzen 7000 line.
Intel last week intensified the battle with AMD once again with the release of its Raptor Lake CPUs.
With Intel releasing Raptor Lake and the new AMD Zen4 Ryzen 7000 just hitting the market, we realize the need for these new CPUs will be strong, especially for High Frequency Trading. One of the problems initially that come with such large-scale CPU releases is availability.
Building a cluster, especially for high performance, requires several elements and several elements to work in tandem to get the performance in unison.
AMD Clusters are becoming more prevalent for many use cases. Whether you require a financial cluster, a large transcoding setup or a general virtual machine cluster, AMD performance metrics are becoming extremely hard to ignore.
We’re starting to see more and more information regarding Intel Raptor Lake appear, including SKUs.