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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Interconnect Your Future

SESSION: Hardware and Architecture

EVENT TYPE: Exhibitor Forums

TIME: 10:30AM - 11:00AM


Presenter(s):Gilad Shainer, Scot Schultz



The exponential growth in data and the ever growing demand for higher performance to serve the requirements of the leading scientific applications, drive the need for Petascale systems and beyond and the ability to connect tens-of-thousands of compute and co-processor nodes in a very fast and efficient way. The interconnect has become the enabler of data and the enabler of efficient simulations. Beyond throughput and latency, the data center interconnect needs be able to offload the processing units from the communications work in order to deliver the desired efficiency and scalability. Mellanox has already demonstrated 100Gb/s cable solutions in March 2014 and announced the world first 100Gb/ switch at the ISC’14 conference, June 2014. The presentation will cover the latest technology and solutions from Mellanox that connect the world fastest supercomputers, and a roadmap for the next generation InfiniBand speed.

Chair/Presenter Details:

John Cazes (Chair) - University of Texas at Austin

Gilad Shainer - HPC Advisory Council

Scot Schultz - Mellanox Technologies

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