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In this slidecast, Bill Mannel from SGI presents an update on the company's innovative HPC solutions. ...

In this slidecast, Bill Mannel from SGI presents an update on the company's innovative HPC solutions.

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Watch the presentation video: http://insidehpc.com/2013/07/01/slidecast-sgi-product-update-for-june-2013/

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    SGI HPC Update for June 2013 SGI HPC Update for June 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • © 2013 SGI® 1 SGI® HPC Update Bill Mannel VP, Servers
    • © 2013 SGI® 2 Speed and Scale ∞  0   Human  Scale  Atomic  to  Cellular   Astronomical  Subatomic   106  10-­‐6  10-­‐15   1024   1016   1018   Exascale   Femtometer   Lightyear   YoDascale   Finding Answers™
    • © 2013 SGI® 3 Agenda • SGI® UV™ • SGI® ICE™ X
    • © 2013 SGI® 4 SGI UV 2: The Big Brain Computer •  Focus on Solving Your Problems, Not IT Problems •  No-Limit Computing, Built on Industry Standards •  World's Largest In-Memory System for Data-Intensive Applications World-leading Capability for Data Intensive Work, now with Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-4600 Product Family.
    • © 2013 SGI® 5 SGI UV “Anything Is Possible … with Effort” Enterprise SMP “No Limit Computing: Anything is possible” “Anything Is Possible … at a Price” SGI® UVTM 2000 Commodity Clusters Workstation “Some Things are Possible” Big Brain Computer
    • © 2013 SGI® 6 SGI UV Open Source Analytics Workgroup Development KVM Virtualization Neo4j
    • © 2013 SGI® 7 June 2013 SGI® ICE™ X Top500 Entries •  #11, Pangea, Total Exploration Production, Pau, France, Xeon E5-2670 8C, FDR Infiniband •  Top commercial system on the list! •  http://www.sgi.com/products/servers/ice/x/ feature.html •  #14, Spirit, U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, Dayton, OH, Xeon E5-2670 8C, FDR Infiniband •  Both Intel® Xeon® x86 standard technology
    • © 2013 SGI® 8 M-Cell Notable Features (w/ M-Rack) •  “Closed-Loop Airflow” –  Hot aisle containment eliminates data center CRAC unit, pump and chiller –  Can eliminate cooling tower with secondary process •  Supports Warm Water Cooling •  Large, Efficient “Unified” Cooling Racks •  Acoustically Treated –  Leave your ear plugs out and… –  have a conversation in your data center again Complete Cell Compute Rack Cooling Rack Blower (One of three) Cooling Rack (Blowers removed) Water Coil (One of two)
    • © 2013 SGI® 9 June 2013 Top500 Rank Name Site Manufacturer Country CPU Cores Other Cores Rmax Rpeak Eff (%) Power Mflops/Watt Processor 1 Tianhe-2 (MilkyWay-2)National University of Defense Technology NUDT China 3120000 2736000 33862700 54902400 61.68 17808 1901.54 Intel IvyBridge 2 TitanDOE/SC/Oak Ridge National Laboratory Cray Inc. United States 560640 261632 17590000 27112550 64.88 8209 2142.77 AMD x86_64 3 SequoiaDOE/NNSA/LLNL IBM United States 1572864 0 17173224 20132659.2 85.3 7890 2176.58 PowerPC 4 RIKEN (AICS) Fujitsu Japan 705024 0 10510000 11280384 93.17 12659.89 830.18 Sparc 5 MiraDOE/SC/Argonne National Laboratory IBM United States 786432 0 8586612 10066330 85.3 3945 2176.58 PowerPC 6 StampedeTACC Dell United States 462462 366366 5168110 8520111.6 60.66 4510 1145.92 Intel SandyBridge 7 JUQUEENForschungszentrum Juelich (FZJ) IBM Germany 458752 0 5008857 5872025.6 85.3 2301 2176.82 PowerPC 8 VulcanDOE/NNSA/LLNL IBM United States 393216 0 4293306 5033165 85.3 1972 2177.13 PowerPC 9 SuperMUCLeibniz Rechenzentrum IBM Germany 147456 0 2897000 3185050 90.96 3422.67 846.42   Intel SandyBridge 10 Tianhe-1ANational Supercomputing Center in Tianjin NUDT China 186368 100352 2566000 4701000 54.58 4040 635.15 Intel Nehalem 11 PangeaTotal Exploration Production SGI France 110400 0 2098090 2296320 91.37 2118 990.6   Intel SandyBridge 12 FermiCINECA IBM Italy 163840 0 1788878 2097152 85.3 821.88 2176.57 PowerPC 13 DARPA Trial SubsetIBM Development Engineering IBM United States 63360 0 1515000 1944391.68 77.92 3575.63 423.7 Power 14 SpiritAir Force Research Laboratory SGI United States 73584 0 1415470 1530547.2 92.48 1606 881.36 Intel SandyBridge 117%   Efficiency  advantage  of  M-­‐cell  over  IBM  liquid  cooled  idataplex  
    • © 2013 SGI® 10 Large Scale HPC: M-Cell Traditional Data Center: D-Rack Rack Environmental Options Container Environments: Leverage Cell Solutions
    • © 2013 SGI® 11 SGI ICE X Design Innovations Summary •  IP-115 Twin-Node Compute Blade •  Independently Scalable Power Architecture •  Separable Cooling Solutions •  Unified Backplane Fabric •  Ground-Breaking Density •  Multiple Data Center Environment Support
    • © 2013 SGI® 12 SGI ICE X Compute Node: IP-119 (MedinaQ Twin) for “M-Rack” Balanced throughput • Two Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 series • Two Intel® Xeon Phi™ 5120D Coprocessor • FDR InfiniBand - single or dual plane • Four DDR3 DIMMs/ socket @ up to 1600 MT/s •  Expect 1866 MT/s support w/1 DPC populated (w/ Ivy Bridge-EP) •  Up to one 2.5” SATA HDD/ SSD drive • Liquid cold sinks FDR + 1:1 processor to coprocessor ratio = Balanced Throughput One dual socket node w/ two coprocessors in one blade slot!
    • © 2013 SGI® 13 IP-119 Compute Blade One  dual  socket  node  with   two  coprocessors  in   one  blade  slot!       Two  Intel®  Xeon  Phi™   Coprocessors   (DFF  Assemblies)    
    • © 2013 SGI® 14 IP-119 Compute Blade (Top Mother Board Detail) 24X  PCIe     Header   QPI  Interposers   Between  Sockets  (4)   PCIe     Interposer   To  FDR  HCA  
    • © 2013 SGI® 15 24X  PCIe     Header   Interposer   For  PCIe   to  FDR  IB   HCA     QPI     Interposers   Between   Sockets  (4)   Back  Plane     Power  &   Control   interface   IP-119 Compute Blade (Bottom Mother Board Detail)
    • © 2013 SGI® 16 IP-119 Compute Blade (Complete Assembly) Top  Board   BoDom  Board   (FDR  IB  HCA  card   removed)   Two  Intel®   Xeon  Phi™   Coprocessors  
    • © 2013 SGI® 17 IP-119 Compute Blade (Rear ISO View) Top  Board   BoDom  Board