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PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT
FUJITSU at ISC’10
HPC & INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS
GUIDED BY OUR CORPO...
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The constant pursuit of innovation

ABOUT FUJITSU                            ...
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HPC, technological key

ISC’10

    In today’s competitive marketplace, High ...
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   Our contribution

EXHIBITION                                              ...
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Supercomputers will open the way to the future

JAPAN’S NEXT-GENERATION SUPER...
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KEY ADVANTAGES                                                      The inter...
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The Cool-CentralTM

PRIMERGY CX1000 - The Cool-CentralTM Architecture -      ...
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 The Dynamic Cube

PRIMERGY BX900 - The Dynamic Cube -                       ...
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Building a Cloud Middleware


SYNFINIWAY

ORGANIZATION CURRENT ISSUES

    Fr...
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FEATURES & BENEFITS                                          SYNFINIWAY LIVE ...
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 Speaking opportunities


    Dr Motoi Okuda, will speak about HPC and “Energ...
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BIODATA Dr Pierre Lagier                                                  INT...
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At ISC'10, Fujitsu will be introducing a number of key technologies including information on Japan's Next-Generation Supercomputer to be installed at RIKEN.

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  1. 1. PRESS PACKAGE FUJITSU & ISC’10 PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT FUJITSU at ISC’10 HPC & INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTIONS GUIDED BY OUR CORPORATE VISION OF THE CONSTANT PURSUIT OF INNOVATION, WE WILL BE PRESENT AT ISC’10 TO PROVIDE OUR CONTRIBUTION TO THE HPC SECTOR CONTENTS About Fujitsu 2 Our participation to ISC’10 3 Exhibition 4 Japan’s Next-Generation Supercomputer 5 PRIMERGY CX1000 7 PRIMERGY BX900 8 SynfiniWay 9 Speaking opportunities 11 Page 1 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  2. 2. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] The constant pursuit of innovation ABOUT FUJITSU FUJITSU LIMITED SUBSIDIARIES Fujitsu is the world’s fourth-largest ICT service provider and N1 in Japan. Fujitsu is also among the world’s top five Fujitsu Technology Solutions is a leading European providers of servers. With approximately 170,000 IT infrastructure provider. With its Dynamic employees supporting customers in 70 countries, Fujitsu Infrastructures approach, the company offers a full combines worldwide a corps of systems and services portfolio of IT products, solutions and services. experts with highly reliable computing and communications Fujitsu Systems Europe, as a partner of FTS, is products and advanced microelectronics. founded on dedicated expertise in technical and engineering computing. Their ability to deliver robust and effective HPC solutions includes the use of the OUR BUSINESS SynfiniWay software package that focuses on cloud based usage of HPC resources. In the IT sector, Fujitsu leverages its base of cutting- edge, high performance technologies to offer total solutions: Technology Solutions Ubiquitous Product Solutions Device Solutions In addition, we always strive to take a customer-centric approach in all our business activities and become our customer’s valued and trusted partners. OUR CORPORATE VISION Through our constant pursuit of innovation, the Fujitsu Group aims to contribute to the creation of a networked society that is rewarding and secure, bringing about a prosperous future that fulfills the dreams of people throughout the world. OUR ENVIRONMENT APPROACH Fujitsu is actively engaged in environmental protection. The environmental approach of the company is reflected in all its activities. By developing creative actions and by exploiting our technologies and our competences, Fujitsu contributes to establish sustainable environment standards enabling the customers to reduce their ecological impact. Page 2 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  3. 3. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] HPC, technological key ISC’10 In today’s competitive marketplace, High Performance Computing has become an essential tool to reinforce the competitiveness edge of companies. For a company to succeed, they must deliver new and innovation solutions with reduced costs. Balanced cost effective use of HPC is a success factor applicable to all organizations. HPC is also a true technological key in helping the research sector to evolve, in for example CFD, cerebral modeling, studying the effects of climate change, and other fields of study. In this context, it is necessary to connect the actors of this market (HPC specialists, researchers, engineering specialists and IT managers) in order to announce them the new technological projections in the HPC sector Since its inauguration in 1986, The International Supercomputing Conference has evolved into the Europe’s largest annual Conference and Exhibition regarding High Performance Computing, Networking and Storage. This year, ISC is taking place from May 30th till June 3rd in Hamburg. Our new systems will be ranked in the 35th edition of Top500, the world-famous classification of the most powerful supercomputers. Page 3 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  4. 4. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] Our contribution EXHIBITION STAND SPACE Fujitsu has been a leader in the HPC market for over 30 years and is currently contributing to Japan’s Next- Generation Supercomputer project led by RIKEN. Fujitsu’s unique strength is not only its ability to deliver the next generation of supercomputer but also in delivering a broad range of computing products, including x86-based HPC clusters, software and solutions to meet a comprehensive range of HPC requirements. We will be showcasing a number of products at ISC’10 Fujitsu booth n640 providing insight into our ability to deliver technologically advanced IT and business solutions. Japan’s Next-Generation Supercomputer; PRIMERGY CX1000 our new scale-out server with its innovative Cool-CentralTM Architecture; PRIMERGY BX900 blade server known as the compact “Dynamic Cube”; SynfiniWay, a unique approach in architecting a reliable, manageable “Cloud-ready” infrastructure. Fujitsu stand at ISC’09 - Hamburg - Page 4 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  5. 5. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] Supercomputers will open the way to the future JAPAN’S NEXT-GENERATION SUPERCOMPUTER Fujitsu and RIKEN (The institute of Physical and FUJITSU’S HPC APPROACH Chemical Research) are jointly developing The Next- Fujitsu aims to create value from simulation technology Generation Supercomputer. The project is slated for completion in 2012 under an initiative by the Ministry of and through the development and manufacturing of world- Education, Culture, Sport and Science. leading supercomputers that enable a prosperous and The Next-Generation Supercomputer is very large- promising future. scale and will be powered by over 80,000 processors with a targeted performance of 10 petaflops. It will be around 5 times the performance of the existing world’s fastest supercomputing systems. To achieve this, Fujitsu has brought together many cutting-edge technologies, including a high SYSTEM SUMMARY performance, highly reliable and low power consumption processor. Machine Target performance: 10 The Next-Generation Supercomputer in its Computer specification petaflops Room Number of CPUs: over 80,000 (over 640,000 cores) Total memory: over 1 petabyte CPU SPARC64 VIIIfx (8 cores、128 gigaflops) Interconnect 6 dimensional mesh/torus connection The Next-Generation Supercomputer facility (under System Cabinet construction at Port Island in Kobe City) Page 5 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  6. 6. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] KEY ADVANTAGES The interconnect delivers high scalability necessary when constructing mega-scale systems plus functions for effective system use. This includes the flexible allocation of THE SPARC64 VIIIfx application processes to groups of processors. A CPU exhibiting both high performance and high reliability characteristics as well as low power consumption. System board (prototype) Operationally, the interconnect achieves high-efficiency and availability even if a part of the system should fail. The fault can be bypassed allowing system operation to SPARC64 VIIIfx continue without halt. The liquid cooling used on the main heat components Fujitsu’s “SPARC64 VIIIfx” processors are used to such as processors and interconnect chips, has lead to power Japan’s Next-Generation Supercomputer. high density packaging and even longer lifetime of It has a performance of 128 gigaflops per CPU and components. inherits its high-reliability features as a successor to mainframe technology. The result is an extremely low failure rate which is It delivers world-leading low power consumption crucial for peta-scale systems containing a huge numbers of leading to a performance rating of 2.2 gigaflops per watt. parts. Such CPU technology makes it possible to build the Next- Generation Supercomputer of unprecedented scale. THE INTERCONNECT & HIGH DENSITY PACKAGING TECHNOLOGY (necessary for such ultra-scale system) For Japan’s Next -Generation Supercomputer, Fujitsu developed the Interconnect, capable of connecting over 80,000 processors together. It has an innovative design based on a 6 dimensional mesh/torus connection method. Image of the Interconnect (Mock up) Page 6 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  7. 7. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] The Cool-CentralTM PRIMERGY CX1000 - The Cool-CentralTM Architecture - STRENGTHS & BENEFITS - POWERFUL SCALE-OUT Fujitsu introduces the PRIMERGY CX1000, a new and PERFORMANCE innovative server infrastructure platform, ideal for Cloud Design for simple scale-out environments. computing that enables flexible The PRIMERGY CX1000 has everything customers expansion. need to achieve a new dimension of cost-effectiveness with a cloud data center, delivering enormous scale-out power SLASHED POWER AND COOLING and high performance. COSTS Allow data centers to Compared with conventional rack servers, PRIMERGY reduce their power CX1000: requirements and make heat dissipation more economical. requires far less energy and space, LOWER SPACE REQUIREMENTS lowers operating expenses, and Achieve the same performance as conventional rack servers, but takes up 40% less space. is easier to install and run. LOWER PROCUREMENT COSTS Cost less to purchase than traditional scale-out So the CX1000 is perfect for organizations that have a rack configurations (many parts of the infrastructure large number of servers and extremely high demands as are shared by the server nodes). regards IT landscape scalability. It makes a key contribution to avoiding problems that come with extension and to LOWER OPERATING & MAINTENANCE OVERHEAD cutting costs as well. Is easy to administer and maintain thanks to its flexible scalable system management functions. PRIMERGY CX1000 solves the Density, Power, Cooling problem. Page 7 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  8. 8. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] The Dynamic Cube PRIMERGY BX900 - The Dynamic Cube - PRIMERGY BX900 - STRENGTHS & BENEFITS - The PRIMERGY BX Blade Servers are the ideal choice for the data center solutions of today and tomorrow. Our DYNAMIC POWER & blade servers provide maximum performance and maximum COOLING redundancy, but with only minimum space requirements, low power consumption and a reduction in the time and Save money on effort required for cabling. your Energy bill. The PRIMERGY The PRIMERGY Blade Servers are flexible and have BX900 is equipped complete control via a central administration instance that is with Fujitsu’s Cool- redundant in design. This minimizes administrative time and safeTM cooling technology and energy-efficient effort, freeing you from time-consuming administration components. tasks. The Dynamic Cube’s power supplies convert over 90% of the consumed alternating current into direct The PRIMERGY BX900, the Dynamic Cube, is a current – one of the highest transformation rates completely dynamic server infrastructure in a single blade achieved in mass products to date. cube for enterprise and high performance data centers. DYNAMIC VIRTUALIZATION This next generation blade server ecosystem is designed for constantly changing IT environments and can Find solutions for any virtualization scenario. be dynamically adapted to different IT requirements, Run more Virtual Machines than ever with zero thereby reducing costs while increasing your IT agility. hassle increasing your IT performance. Its density and stackability enable flexible scaling to The PRIMERGY BX900 can be configured with up ensure complete investment protection. to 162 memory sockets to enable up to 64 Virtual machines per height-unit to run productively – soon we will even double this immense memory density so that the Dynamic Cube can hold up to 324 memory sockets. DYNAMIC HIGH AVAILABILITY The best uptime and highest server protection. The PRIMERGY BX900 offers extremely reliable operation. Critical components such as fans and power supplies have redundant design. Furthermore, the virtual machines are protected against failures with a pre-failure detection and analysis feature. DYNAMIC SCALABILITY Complete investment protection and flexible growth scenarios. The PRIMERGY BX900 is the server with the highest blade packing density in a 10-height unit rack design on the market. Page 8 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  9. 9. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] Building a Cloud Middleware SYNFINIWAY ORGANIZATION CURRENT ISSUES From small to large, organizations across the world face Applications and data are abstracted from any location the same issues. How to deliver an agile and responsive IT into a global virtual pool ready for use by end users. infrastructure to address business needs without adding the Within the SynfiniWay solution, resource locations may already complex topology and averting cost overrun. be separate sites of a global organization, external providers or partnering companies in an extended Organizations need a solution which is not only able to enterprise. manage a vast array of disperses resource but is also simple to implement and manage. Since complexity can It also creates a cloud of computer and data resources have an adverse affect on the overall productivity a solution orchestrated by a workflow engine to fulfil the needs of can deliver. end-user business processes. SynfiniWay is the IT solution enabling organizations to architect a reliable and manageable IT framework for internal and external clouds. SYNFINIWAY SOLUTIONS SynfiniWay is a true answer to many issues faced by organizations today. It brings resiliency and manageability as well as agility, providing a single end-user view of all resources, significantly reducing IT complexity. Each process step may run on a company’s own resources, outsourced/external resources or in a partner facility. The SynfiniWay solution consists in the automation of the “WITH SYNFINIWAY, ORGANIZATIONS CAN CREATE ROBUST CLOUD business process or “workflows” during which data, SOLUTIONS, WHETHER IT IS TO SHARE EXISTING RESOURCES information or documents are moved between activities DISTRIBUTED AROUND THE ENTERPRISE OR COMBINE RESOURCES from one location to another. IN A WORKFLOW” states David Papiah, CEO of Fujitsu Systems Europe. Page 9 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  10. 10. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] FEATURES & BENEFITS SYNFINIWAY LIVE DEMO Fujitsu Systems Europe will show a demonstration of CLOUD FEATURES SynfiniWay at the ISC’10 booth. BUSINESS PROCESS A SynfiniWay infrastructure spanning a Windows system in Stockholm, Sweden and a Linux system in Access and move data wherever it is located, Toulouse, France has been created, which is accessible within and between organizations; from the ISC’10 booth in Hamburg. Automate job workflows, dispatched and Demonstration workflows will be shown that obtain input orchestrated across the global framework; data from Stockholm, run a CFD simulation using these data in Toulouse, and display the results in Hamburg. An incoming sea breaking on a dyke is simulated. IT INFRASTRUCTURE The demonstrations showcase the following strengths of Abstract and separate business end-user and the SynfiniWay infrastructure: infrastructure through a virtualized framework providing flexibility and agility; Efficient and resilient data transfer, Metascheduling, Secure, monitor and audit end-use of the Workflow management, framework through globally unique user identities Resource management, and role-based access control. OS independence, Ability to easily link with third-party products. KEY BENEFITS Set the ground for IT TCO optimization (off shore, outsourcing, …); Improve aggregate IT resource utilization; Deploy uniform IT catalogue of services; Simplify and control management. Page 10 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  11. 11. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] Speaking opportunities Dr Motoi Okuda, will speak about HPC and “Energy WHEN HPC MEETS ENERGY EFFICIENCY efficiency” at the Hot Seat Session 01 on: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 HALL 3 Today as companies evolve their IT offering on a strongly competitive market, they are no longer simply considering the 04:00 PM – 04:15 PM performance e of the system. Many organizations see the need to care for the environment and take seriously the consideration of IT systems that help reduce the impact on the environment Dr Pierre Lagier, will speak about “Fujitsu technology toward Green computing” at the Exhibitor Forum Session 05 on: So the practical usage of High Performance Computing Wednesday, June 02, 2010 Hall H, 900 with due consideration for the environment is a key issue for leading edge research and business activities. 09:40 AM – 10:10 AM Our challenges are how to extract performance and yet stay environmentally friendly? How can users manage systems, BIODATA Dr Motoi Okuda which may include tens of thousands of nodes, extracting the desired levels of performance whilst minimizing the impact on Dr Motoi Okuda is Executive Architect, Technical the environment? Computing Solutions Unit of Fujitsu Limited, he has been also Assistant to the President of Next-Generation Technical Can we help users to improve their energy efficiency while Computing Unit. remaining productive and efficient? Dr Motoi Okuda holds a Master of Nuclear Engineering In this context Fujitsu is developing the Next-Generation from Nagoya University and a Ph.D. in Information Science from Supercomputer targeting extremely high performance over a Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology wide range of application areas with energy efficient (Ishikawa). characteristics. His work experiences include: Fujitsu is adopting a new high performance and reliable CPU Development of computational science and engineering providing more flops with less power consumption, integrating program, such as fluid dynamics nuclear code, Multi-core Parallel Architecture and realizing a highly efficient crashworthiness, and molecular dynamics; hybrid programming environment. The Next-Generation Supercomputer, which scales to over one 80 thousand nodes Planning, marketing and support of High Performance also provides an innovative interconnect and a parallel file Computers; system. Project leader of Parallel computing Center in Fujitsu CHARACTERISTICS Lab. High performance with low power consumption Scalability over 80 thousand nodes High reliability and availability High density packaging Simple 3D torus logical/application view Page 11 of 12 www.fujitsu.com
  12. 12. PRESS PACKAGE [FUJITSU LIMITED / ISC’10] BIODATA Dr Pierre Lagier INTRODUCTION TO FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY TOWARD GREEN COMPUTING Dr. Pierre Lagier is Chief Technical Officer of Fujitsu Systems Europe, his key focuses include High Performance Computing and Cloud technologies, with a Software Service As a worldwide leader in High Performance Stack approach rather than a traditional software stack. Computing, Fujitsu is strengthening its position as an He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science on distributed environmentally responsible corporate entity. operating systems from Toulouse University (France). We have imparted on a strategy to create a product line of energy efficient supercomputers. He started working as a systems analyst at the Software Engineering Institute in Paris and then joined the French However the ability to build an energy efficient system is National Space Agency to design a new generation of not only concerned with the power consumption of the spacecraft control center. hardware but involves the use of optimized IT and software components from the basic compute nodes to Cloud In 1989 he left this position and moved to Alliant integrated resources. Computer Inc. in Boston to work as a systems architect. He joined Fujitsu in 1991, where he has been responsible for Our solution encompasses highly efficient processors the design and development of the message passing library with ultra low power consumption [2.2 GFlops per watts (MPI2) for all Fujitsu high performance computing hardware peak], to "mission critical ready" private Cloud middleware. platforms. In addition he has worked on the design of performance analysis techniques for very large distributed applications and various software tools, for example Parallelnavi/Workbench. CONTACT All rights reserved, including intellectual property rights. Changes to technical data reserved. FUJITSU SYSTEMS EUROPE Delivery subject to availability. Any liability that the data and illustrations are complete, actual or 8 rue Maryse Hilsz, 31 000, Toulouse, correct is excluded. France Designations may be trademarks and/or copyrights of the respective manufacturer, the use of which +33 (0)5 62 47 58 30 by third parties for their own purposes may infringe the rights of such owner. +33 (0)5 62 47 58 40 Copyright © 2010 Fujitsu Systems Europe and /or its affiliates. Email : contact@fujitsu.fr http://www.fujitsu.com/ Page 12 of 12 www.fujitsu.com

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