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Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
Aurora Departmental HPC Systems
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Aurora Departmental HPC Systems

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The Aurora G-Station and Aurora Cube are supercomputers in a box. …

The Aurora G-Station and Aurora Cube are supercomputers in a box.

Equipped with the latest Intel and Nvidia processors, they offers extraordinary power to process the heaviest computational loads in:
computer graphics and digital media
scientific computing
industrial applications (EDA, CAE, signal processing...)
business applications (computational finance, cyber security, forensic...)
software development.
The Aurora G-Station is a supercomputer in a box. Small and compact, easily deployable with no need of infrastructure and extensive HPC knowledge. Available in different configurations, pre-loaded with the software stack, the G-Station is silent thanks to its liquid cooling, has no messy cabling and generate
no heat inside the room, so it can even be deployed in an office environment. Aurora G-Station is ideal for whoever needs easy high performance everywhere.

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  • 1. EUROTECH HPC AURORA DEPARTMENTAL HPC SYSTEMS
  • 2. Eurotech departmental HPC systems The Aurora G-Station and Cube The Aurora G-Station and Aurora Cube are supercomputers in a box. Equipped with the latest Intel and Nvidia processors, they offers extraordinary power to process the heaviest computational loads.  Industrial applications (EDA, CAE, CFD, signal processing...)  Digital media (rendering)  Scientific computing  computational finance, cyber security, forensic...  Multicore software development
  • 3. Eurotech departmental HPC systems Bridge the HPC skills gap The Aurora G-Station and Aurora Cube are appliance ready. Eurotech can configure their departmental systems with all of the software (operating system and middleware) needed to make them “application” ready  Build appliances that fully leverage all Aurora benefits  Let users concentrate on their domain and core business  Provide HPC ready to go solutions that bridge the HPC skills shortage
  • 4. Eurotech departmental HPC systems Compact and powerful Features and value Accelerate applications  Full supercomputing functionality in a box  High speed interconnects No fans, no noise  Water cooling allows silent operations Easy to deploy  No need for a controlled environment  Same installation complexity of a split air conditioner Save space  Fit under a desk up to 384 CPU cores Save energy  Based on the most efficient architecture in the world (over 3.4 GFlop/s per Watt) Reliable  Leverages Eurotech competences in making bomb proof devices Effective workstation replacement  Support for remote visualization
  • 5. Eurotech departmental HPC systems Energy efficiency Save more than 50% of energy Limit air conditioning Limit fans Best energy efficiency Water cooling Example: an 8 kW installation An installation of 8kW of IT equipment and Eurotech cooling can save  Between 1.6kW and 2.4 kW for better energy efficiency (no fans, liquid cooling, energy efficient design…)  Between 5 to 7 kW of air conditioning Compared to a standard air cooled solution based on clusters or workstations This means more than 30,000 € for 4 years hardware lifespan
  • 6. Departmental HPC systems -Architecture  Full-fledged HPC systems in a box  Up to 26 TFlop/s  8 or 16 water cooled double socket blades  Infiniband interconnects
  • 7. Departmental HPC systems -Architecture HPC System Networked G-Stations or Cube (Infiniband or Ethernet) Management node Power supply Switches Monitoring system Storage Aurora HPC-20-50, 8 or 16 slots chassis with backplane Aurora Direct Hot Liquid Cooling Aurora BOARD node card 2 x Intel Xeon E5 v2 2x Tesla GPU 2x Intel Phi
  • 8. The Aurora G-Station Leverage acceleration Performance Up to 26 Tflop/s per rack (peak) Processor 2 X Intel Xeon E5 v2 series per node Accelerators 2 X Nvidia Tesla K20 – K20x –K40 per node OR 2 X Intel Xeon Phi 5120D per node Architecture Standard configuration : 1 Aurora HPC-20-50 chassis Up to 8 Aurora BOARD 20-30 blades 1 Aurora Root Card (switching and control unit) 1 front node: Eurotech Antares ICE server (Intel Core i7, 8 GB memory, 500 GB HD) 1 Cisco Layer-3 switch Options Optional Nvidia K1/K2 cards Storage (Infiniband or Ethernet) Memory Up to 64 GB (128 GB) soldered RAM per node ECC DDR3 SDRAM 1866 MT/s Interconnects 40 Gbps QDR Infiniband Environmentaltal Cooling Aurora Direct Hot Liquid Cooling (external or embedded heat exchanger configurations) Power 8 kW per rack (peak, fully loaded) Power plug Single phase 16/32 A or tri-phase 16/32 A Weight Integrated 120 kg (396 pounds) (fully loaded) Split 70 Kg (110 pounds) Storagetal Local storage up to 2 TB GB 2,5" Sata Disk per node Up to 512 GB 1,8" micro SATA SSD per node Fast Storage Optional Infiniband storage Specificationstal Interfacestal I/O ports 16 x 40 Gbps QDR Infiniband 3 x 1Gbs Ethernet 4 x USB 1 x standard VGA
  • 9. Environmentaltal Cooling Aurora Direct Hot Liquid Cooling (external or embedded heat exchanger configurations) Power 8 Kw per rack (peak, fully loaded) Power plug Single phase 16/32 A or tri-phase 16/32 A Weight Integrated 120 kg (396 pounds) (fully loaded) Split 70 Kg (110 pounds) The Aurora Cube Power and versatility Performance Up to 8 Tflop/s per rack (peak) Processor 2 X Intel Xeon E5 v2 series per node Architecture Standard configuration : 1 Aurora HPC-20-50 chassis Up to 8 Aurora BOARD 20-30 blades 1 Aurora Root Card (switching and control unit) 1 front node: Eurotech Antares ICE server (Intel Core i7, 8 GB memory, 500 GB HD) 1 Cisco Layer-3 switch Options Optional Nvidia K1/K2 cards Storage (Infiniband or Ethernet) Memory Up to 64GB (128GB) soldered RAM per node ECC DDR3 SDRAM 1866 MT/s Interconnects 40 Gbps QDR Infiniband Storagetal Local storage up to 2 TB GB 2,5" Sata Disk per node Up to 512 GB 1,8" micro SATA SSD per node Fast Storage Optional Infiniband storage Specificationstal Interfacestal I/O ports 16 x 40 Gbps QDR Infiniband 3 x 1Gbs Ethernet 4 x USB 1 x standard VGA
  • 10. The Aurora G-Station and Cube External water cooling EXTERNAL COOLING OPTION Captures all Aurora advantages of silence, no fans, energy efficiency and compactness DIMENSIONS Computational unit H 65cm, W 60cm, D 75cm H 26", W 25", D 30" Cooling unit H 80cm, W 100cm, D 25cm H 31.5", W 39.4", D 9.8"
  • 11. The Aurora hot directwater cooling From heat exchanger to distribution bars From distribution bars to backplane From backplane to cold plates Cold plates directly cool components Cooling unit Backplane Chassis Nodes
  • 12. Installation External water cooling: same installation of an air conditioner
  • 13. The Aurora HPC workgroup solutions Software stack
  • 14. THANK YOU Aurora supercomputers

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