Los Alamos, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and NVIDIA partner to speed up scientific computing
Newswise — LOS ALAMOS, N.M., Oct. 6, 2020—Los Alamos National Laboratory is partnering with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and NVIDIA to focus on delivering next-generation technologies to accelerate scientific computing. New developments will include innovative high-performance computing (HPC) technology efforts to advance greater performance efficiency, workflow efficiency and analytics. Additional details on the collaboration will be unveiled this fall.
“We are excited to be part of this long-term collaboration. Together, we can accelerate the adoption of new HPC advancements and technologies that enable efficient computing for future HPC applications,” said John Sarrao, Deputy Laboratory Director for Science, Technology and Engineering at Los Alamos.
All three organizations bring rich histories of technology innovation to the partnership, building upon more than a decade of deep collaborations with the Department of Energy that have pushed the boundaries of what is possible in HPC.
Bob Webster, Deputy Laboratory Director for Weapons at Los Alamos, expanded on the importance of these collaborations. “A big challenge for many HPC users is the effort to port their workloads to run on these new exascale and beyond supercomputers. This long-term partnership, with its interest in next-generation codesign, will raise the portability efficiency and benefit the entire HPC user community, not just those with high-fidelity 3D simulation demands such as Los Alamos.’ ”
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