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  • 1. Solutions for a Data-intensive World Barry Bolding, Ph.D. Vice President, Corporate Marketing COM PU TE | STORE | A N A LY Z E
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer Information in this document is provided in connection with Cray Inc. products. No license, express or implied, to any intellectual property rights is granted by this document. Cray Inc. may make changes to specifications and product descriptions at any time, without notice. All products, dates and figures specified are preliminary based on current expectations, and are subject to change without notice. Cray hardware and software products may contain design defects or errors known as errata, which may cause the product to deviate from published specifications. Current characterized errata are available on request. Cray uses codenames internally to identify products that are in development and not yet publically announced for release. Customers and other third parties are not authorized by Cray Inc. to use codenames in advertising, promotion or marketing and any use of Cray Inc. internal codenames is at the sole risk of the user. Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Cray Inc. products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. The following are trademarks of Cray Inc. and are registered in the United States and other countries: CRAY and design, SONEXION, URIKA, and YARCDATA. The following are trademarks of Cray Inc.: ACE, APPRENTICE2, CHAPEL, CLUSTER CONNECT, CRAYPAT, CRAYPORT, ECOPHLEX, LIBSCI, NODEKARE, THREADSTORM. The following system family marks, and associated model number marks, are trademarks of Cray Inc.: CS, CX, XC, XE, XK, XMT, and XT. The registered trademark LINUX is used pursuant to a sublicense from LMI, the exclusive licensee of Linus Torvalds, owner of the mark on a worldwide basis. Other trademarks used in this document are the property of their respective owners. COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 2
  • 3. In my parallel universe… …we will live in a data-intensive world …models will be so close to reality that we can make quick and efficient decisions that benefit us all …every scientist will make faster discoveries because of Cray’s innovations in computing, storage and analytics …computing, storage and analytics will work seamlessly to enable Cray customers to help change the world COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 3
  • 4. Modeling in a Data-Intensive World Cray supercomputers solving “grand challenges” in science, engineering and analytics Data Models Data-Intensive Processing Math Models Integration of datasets and math models for search, analysis, predictive modeling and knowledge discovery High throughput event processing & data capture from sensors, data feeds and instruments Modeling and simulation augmented with data to provide the highest fidelity virtual reality results COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 4
  • 5. Capability Focus (Tightly Integrated Solutions) Supercomputing Solutions Cray XC30 Series: Cray CS300 Series: Scalable Performance Flexible Performance Capacity Focus (Highly Configurable Solutions) Supercomputing Solutions to Match the Needs of the Application COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 5
  • 6. Cray Industry Solutions Compute Earth Sciences Store Manufacturing Analyze Life Sciences Energy Financial Services Anything That Can Be Simulated Needs a Cray COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 6
  • 7. Industrial Innovation Every Day Aircraft design Consumer products Engine cycle-tocycle variation Jet engine efficiency Li-ion batteries Long-haul truck fuel efficiency Simulating takeoff and landing scenarios improved a critical code for estimating characteristics of commercial aircraft, including lift, drag, and controllability Leadership computing and molecular dynamics software advanced understanding of chemical processes that can limit product shelf life Emerging model of engine cyclic variation will apply thousands of processors to a challenging problem Accurate predictions of atomization of liquid fuel by aerodynamic forces enhance combustion stability, improve efficiency, and reduce emissions New classes of solid inorganic Li-ion electrolytes could deliver high ionic and low electronic conductivity and good electrochemical stability Simulations reduced by 50% the time to develop a unique system of add-on parts that increases fuel efficiency by 7−12% COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 7
  • 8. Cray’s Universe is Changing our World COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 8
  • 9. In my parallel universe… …we will live in a data-intensive world …models will be so close to reality that we can make quick and efficient decisions that benefit us all …every scientist will make faster discoveries because of Cray’s innovations in computing, storage and analytics …computing, storage and analytics will work seamlessly to enable Cray customers to help change the world COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 9
  • 10. Cray Builds Computational Tools That Help Change The World Supercomputing Big Data Compute Supercomputers Flexible Clusters Hybrid Architectures Store Integrated Storage & Data Management Tiered Adaptive Storage Analyze Graph Analytics Hadoop Solutions Merging Big Data and Supercomputing COM PU TE | STORE Copyright 2013 Cray Inc. | A N A LY Z E 10