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Cray XC Series Supercomputers

The Cray XC series delivers on Cray's commitment to an adaptive supercomputing architecture that provides both extreme scalability and sustained performance.

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The Cray® XC™ Series: Supercomputing Defined

Cray XC series supercomputers are designed to handle the most challenging simulation, analytics and AI workloads with an architecture and software environment that provide extreme scalability and sustained performance.

  • The Cray® XC50™ supercomputer supports the newest generation of CPU and GPU processors — NVIDIA® Tesla® P100 PCIe GPUs and Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors — coupled with the Aries™ network and high-performance software environment, to deliver our fastest system with peak system performance of 500 PF and 1 PF in a single cabinet.
  • The Cray® XC50-AC™ air-cooled supercomputer, supporting NVIDIA Tesla P100 PCIe GPUs and Intel Xeon Scalable processors, delivers up to 236 TF peak performance in a 24” cabinet with no requirement for liquid cooling or extra blower cabinets. Ideal for dedicated test, development, AI and analytics use cases, the air-cooled XC50 system offers all of the benefits of our XC50 supercomputer in a smaller form factor.
  • The Cray® XC40™ system offers the combined advantages of the Aries interconnect and Dragonfly network topology, Intel Xeon multi-core and Intel® Xeon Phi™ many-core processors, delivering up to 100 PF sustained system performance. It’s designed for production supercomputing and user productivity.

Cray XC Series Software Environment for High-Performance Computing (HPC) Applications

We take a comprehensive approach to our XC series software environment, delivering an optimized suite of Linux®-based OS, management, monitoring and development tools. The environment efficiently supports the application development life cycle by providing a tightly coupled software stack. Multiple programming languages, programming models, compilers, I/O libraries, optimized scientific libraries, and tools for debugging, performance analysis, workload management, environment setup and more are supported.

Cray® Urika-XC® Analytics

With Cray Urika-XC analytics, Cray XC users can unlock sophisticated big data analytics at the speed of supercomputing using modern tools and languages. With no need to purchase purpose-built analytics solutions, Urika-XC software tools enable customers to profit from the scaling provided by the Aries network and get more value from their investment in XC systems.

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Expanding Parallelism at Kyoto University

Kyoto U’s Cray supercomputer was built for research that involves both general processing of codes and high-performance vectorized workloads, such as weather prediction and economic fractal pattern analyses.

Cray Powers Breakthrough Discoveries With Urika-XC

Delivering Analytics and AI at Supercomputing Scale

Cray XC Series Brochure

The Cray XC series supercomputer is a groundbreaking architecture upgradable to over 500 petaflops per system and delivering sustained and scalable application performance.

Cray XC50 Supercomputer

The Cray XC50 accelerated GPU supercomputer combines the performance of NVIDIA’s latest Tesla P100 PCIe GPUs with Cray’s Aries network and high-performance software environment.

Cray XC Series Supercomputers

Cray XC series supercomputers: advancing research, engineering and scientific discovery for all mankind.

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DataWarp™ Applications I/O Accelerator

Drive your data at warp speed.

Big data, HPC and supercomputing storage infrastructure managers need a balanced compute-memory-storage system architecture with an innovative cache tier featuring SSD and in-memory flash. The tier should accommodate “bursty” application I/O patterns through a combination of high-bandwidth and low-latency I/O forwarding to deliver thousands to millions of aggregate IOPS to applications.

The Cray® XC™ series DataWarp™ applications I/O accelerator technology addresses these modern I/O needs by delivering a balanced and cohesive system architecture from compute to storage. The DataWarp accelerator allocates storage dynamically in either private (dedicated) or shared modes. Storage performance quality of service can be provided to individual applications, based on the user’s policies.

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Cray DataWarp technology delivers:

  • Flash SSD I/O blades and Aries high-speed interconnect
  • Data virtualization software, management software and I/O forwarding mechanisms
  • Ability to scale up a data pool to customer requirements
  • Performance gains: I/O and total system compute, bandwidth and IOPS
  • I/O system flexibility, data shared across multiple levels
  • Integration and support: hardware, software, networking, partners, open source
  • Reduced storage system costs and improved total cost of ownership
  • System balance and efficiency across memory-flash-disk
  • Workflow efficiencies and ease-of-use advances

 

Global storage cache

While leveraging Cray’s proven domain expertise in storage, the DataWarp accelerator can be used as a global storage cache for parallel file systems (PFS) such as Lustre®, General Parallel File System (GPFS™) and PanFS™.

Customers who purchase the DataWarp accelerator options with their Cray® XC™ series systems will gain access to future releases of the technology and the complete DataWarp accelerator roadmap, which will allow for an expanding repertoire of use cases.

Software for Cray XC Series Supercomputers

Driving Maximum Program Performance, System Uptime and Big Data Analytics

Programming Productivity and Performance – We take a comprehensive approach to our XC series software programming environment, delivering a package of HPC-optimized programming tools, Linux® OS and a massively scalable analytics suite. We also work with domain experts to bring you innovative partner solutions.

Maximizing Uptime with System Management – To get the most workload production out of your supercomputing system, Cray provides a robust system management stack with a broad variety of utilities and support, optimizing production HPC environment reliability.

Analytics at the Speed of Supercomputing – With Cray Urika-XC analytics, XC users can unlock sophisticated big data analytics at the speed of supercomputing using modern tools and languages. With no need to purchase purpose-built analytics solutions, the Cray Urika-XC software suite enables customers to get more value from their investment in Cray XC systems.

Comprehensive Programming Environment Support for:

  • Programming languages
  • Programming models
  • Compilers
  • Tools
  • I/O libraries
  • Optimized scientific libraries
  • Partner middleware
  • Partner ISV codes and
    applications
 

Cray System Management Software Drives:

  • More system uptime
  • More workload productivity and throughput
  • More efficient upgrades and updates while in operation
  • More rollback protection, less lost operation or downtime
  • More ease-of-use leveraging industry standardization
 

Urika-XC Analytics Tools Help You:

  • Unlock sophisticated big data analytics
  • Maximize your investment — no need for a separate analytics machine
  • Benefit from a robust set of analytics tools including Apache® Spark™, Cray Graph Engine, Python with distributed Dask, BigDL Distributed Deep Learning and many more
  • Integrate your hardware and software

Cray Linux® Environment

Cray XC series systems utilize the Cray Linux Environment (CLE). CLE is a suite of high performance software that includes a Linux-based operating system designed to run large, complex applications and scale efficiently to more than 500,000 processor cores. The Linux environment features a compute kernel that can be configured to match different workloads. When running highly scalable custom applications, the compute nodes can be run in a lightweight mode, ensuring that operating system services do not interfere with application scalability. This design ensures virtually nothing stands between your scalable application and your hardware.

With CLE many independent software vendor (ISV) applications are available "out of the box," benefiting from Cray's network and MPI libraries through MPICH application binary interface compatibility. In addition, selected ISV applications are highly tuned and available under Extreme Scalability Mode (ESM).

Examples of Typical Applications Available Under ESM

A few of the HPC industry applications that may be run on Cray XC systems include:

  • Astrophysics: Cactus, Chimera, Gadget, QCD-Milc, ZEUS-MP
  • Chemistry/Materials: ABINIT, AMBER, CPMD, DCA++, GAMESS, Gromacs, LAMMPS, LS3DF, LSMS, Madness, NWCHEM, PARATEC, Qbox, Quantum Espresso, Siesta, TBMD, VASP
  • Climate/Weather: 4DVAR, CAM, CCSM, HIRLAM, HYCOM, MM5, POP, WRF
  • Fluid Mechanics/Combustion: AcuSolve, DNS, OpenFOAM, Overflow, PFLOTRAN, S3D
  • Fusion: Aorsa, GTC
  • Solid Mechanics: CTH, LS-DYNA

Programming Environment

The CLE programming environment includes tools designed to complement and enhance each other, resulting in a rich, easy-to-use programming environment that facilitates the development of scalable applications.

  • Parallel programming using OpenMP and OpenACC within the node, and MPI, Cray SHMEM, UPC and Fortran across the system
  • MPI standard, optimized to take advantage of the scalable interconnect in Cray XC series systems
  • Various MPI libraries supported under Cluster Compatibility Mode
  • Support for ISO standard languages including: Fortran 2008 (including parallel programming using coarrays), C 11, C++ 14
  • Support for shared memory programming using Unified Parallel C
  • High performance optimized math libraries of BLAS, FFTs, LAPACK, ScaLAPACK, SuperLU and Cray scientific libraries
  • Cray Performance Tool Suite with CrayPAT™, Cray Apprentice2™ and Cray Reveal™

Shifter (Docker) Container Support

To provide the flexibility and performance of Docker containers, Cray XC series systems include support for Shifter — a Docker-like container environment designed for the demands of a massive, multi-processor supercomputer. With Shifter, Cray brings the application portability and ease-of-use of containers for highly-scalable applications to Cray’s advanced supercomputers.

With Shifter as part of Cray’s official software distribution, XC series users can implement software containers that package an entire software stack — application codes, shared libraries, base operating system files, user environment variables, dependencies and more — into easily-deployable images that contain everything an application needs to run with increased efficiency across multiple nodes.

Cray System Management Support

To get the most workload production out of your supercomputing system, Cray provides a robust system management stack with a broad variety of utilities and support.

The Cray System Management Workstation leverages industry-standard infrastructure and interfaces to improve ease of use and shorten learning curves, while also providing management innovations to optimize production HPC environment reliability.

To maximize uptime, Cray supports more efficient methods of performing staged system upgrades and rolling out patches while the system remains operational. XC series supercomputers continue to get real work done while intelligently scheduling and managing updates as resources become available and around running jobs.

Cray’s management tools also provide the ability to snapshot the system state and provide protective rollback support, reducing lost operation cycles and downtime managing system updates. The Image Creation and Provisioning Service, Configuration Management Framework and Power Management utilities enable datacenter staff to administer their supercomputers with efficiency and confidence.

Effective System Monitoring Reduces Overhead

The Cray System Snapshot Analyzer (SSA) proactively addresses system health with remote, automated system status checks, or “snapshots.” When failures and issues occur, the snapshots can expedite solution turnaround time. Using the SSA for system query and data collection can dramatically improve issue detection and minimize the typical user overhead involved with communicating symptoms to our support team.

Cray® XC™ Series: Adaptive Supercomputing

Extreme Scalability and Sustained Performance

Cray has an established reputation for regularly running the biggest jobs on the largest numbers of nodes in the HPC industry. The Cray® XC™ series puts even more focus on solving extreme computational challenges. Cray XC series systems scale hardware, networking and software across a broad performance spectrum to deliver true sustained, real-world production performance.

Aries™ Interconnect and Dragonfly Topology

To provide this breakthrough performance and scalability, Cray XC series supercomputers integrate the HPC-optimized Aries interconnect. This innovative network technology, implemented with a high-bandwidth, low-diameter topology called Dragonfly, provides substantial improvements on all of the network performance metrics for HPC: bandwidth, latency, message rate and more. Delivering global bandwidth scalability at reasonable cost across a distributed memory system, this network gives programmers global access to all of the memory of parallel applications and supports the most demanding global communication patterns. The open architecture of the Cray XC series offers intranode flexibility, empowering users to run applications with either scalar or accelerator processing elements depending on their requirements for parallelism.

Cray XC series systems exploit a Dragonfly network topology — constructed from a configurable mix of backplane, copper and optical links — providing scalable global bandwidth, avoiding expensive external switches and enabling easy in-place processor upgrades. Cray XC air-cooled systems utilize backplane and copper cabling only to reduce costs for simulation, test, development, analytics and AI environments. Depending on whether a cabinet is air- or liquid-cooled, each cabinet can be populated with up to three chassis (one for air-cooled systems), culminating in up to 384 sockets per cabinet.

The Aries ASIC provides the network interconnect for compute nodes on Cray XC series base blades and implements a standard PCI Express Gen3 host interface, supporting a wide range of HPC processing compute engines. The universal nature of Cray XC series open architecture allows the system to be configured with the best available devices today, then augmented or upgraded in the future with the user’s choice of processors, coprocessors and accelerators using processor daughter cards.

Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Xeon Phi™ Processors

For Intel processor support, Cray XC series compute blades come in a variety of configurations.

  • Intel Xeon Phi and Intel Xeon Scalable processors are packaged in a dual-socket node configuration, with four nodes supported in each system blade. The Intel Xeon Scalable processors provide more than 10,000 cores and enable more than 700 teraflops per Cray XC liquid-cooled cabinet, and 230 teraflops per Cray XC air-cooled cabinet.
  • Intel Xeon Phi processors are packed in a single-socket node configuration, with four nodes supported in each system blade, providing up to 586 TF/cabinet of peak performance.

NVIDIA® Tesla® GPU Accelerators

Cray XC series supercomputers support CPU-hosted NVIDIA Tesla GPU accelerators. Two options are available: the NVIDIA Tesla K40 for the XC40 system and the NVIDIA Tesla P100 PCIe for the Cray XC50 system. NVIDIA’s P100 GPU accelerator delivers over 3,500 embedded cores and flexible mixed-precision computing options. The P100 offers flexible double-precision, single-precision or half-precision compute operation and also integrates high-bandwidth memory into the package, enabling up to 3x memory bandwidth improvements over prior-generation external-memory GPU solutions.

The Cray XC50 system with the Tesla P100 delivers superior application performance, memory bandwidth and performance per watt. Cray also supports multiple programming models for the P100 GPU accelerator, including the Cray compiler, OpenACC directives-based coding and CUDA.

Custom and ISV Jobs on the Same System — Extreme Scale and Cluster Compatibility

Based on generations of experience with both environments, Cray has leveraged a single machine architecture to run both highly scalable custom workloads as well as industry-standard ISV jobs via the powerful Cray Linux Environment (CLE). CLE enables a Cluster Compatibility Mode (CCM) to run Linux/x86 versions of ISV software without any requirement for porting, recompiling or relinking. Alternatively, Cray’s Extreme Scalability Mode (ESM) can be set to run in a performance-optimized scenario for custom codes. These flexible and optimized operation modes are dynamic and available to the user on an individual job basis.

ROI, Upgradeability and Investment Protection

Besides being customizable for each user’s requirements, the Cray XC series supercomputer architecture is engineered for easy, flexible upgrades and expansion, a benefit that prolongs its productive lifetime and the user’s investment. As new technology advancements become available, users can take advantage of these next-generation progressions deep into the life cycle before ever considering replacing an HPC system.

Product Literature

Cray XC Series Brochure

The Cray XC series supercomputer is a groundbreaking architecture upgradable to over 500 petaflops per system and delivering sustained and scalable application performance.

Cray XC50 Supercomputer

The Cray XC50 accelerated GPU supercomputer combines the performance of NVIDIA’s latest Tesla P100 PCIe GPUs with Cray’s Aries network and high-performance software environment.

Cray XC Series Air-Cooled System

The Cray XC series air-cooled supercomputer features slightly smaller and less dense supercomputing cabinets with no requirement for liquid coolants or extra blower cabinets. 

Cray DataWarp Applications I/O Accelerator

The DataWarp accelerator delivers application-ready storage I/O to high-velocity data-driven workflows.

Cray XC Series Interconnect and Network Technology

The Aries interconnect and Dragonfly network deliver sustained performance advantage.

Cray XC40 Intel Xeon CPU Processor Compute Blade

Adaptive supercomputing through flexible design

Cray XC40 Intel Xeon Phi Processor Compute Blade

Adaptive hybrid computing and scalable many-core performance

Cray XC50 NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU Accelerator Compute Blade

NVIDIA’s Tesla P100 GPU accelerators deliver in excess of 3,500 embedded cores and flexible mixed-precision computing options.

Cray XC40 NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU Accelerator Compute Blade

Supercomputer users procure their machines to satisfy specific and demanding requirements. But they need their systems to grow and evolve to maximize machine lifetime and return on investment.

Cray XC Series Software Environment

With liquid-cooled and air-cooled XC series supercomputers, Cray takes a comprehensive approach to the software environment, delivering a dedicated suite of HPC-optimized Linux OS, compilers, libraries and SW tools, as well as a variety of unique and innovative partner solutions.

Case Studies & Customer Profiles

Expanding Parallelism at Kyoto University

Kyoto U’s Cray supercomputer was built for research that involves both general processing of codes and high-performance vectorized workloads, such as weather prediction and economic fractal pattern analyses.

Theta Takes on Astronomy, Cosmology and Neuroscience

The "Theta" early science supercomputing system at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility is paving the way for a new generation of ultra-high performance supercomputers.

Why PGS Made the Move from Clusters to Supercomputers

Faced with the most complex seismic survey ever collected, PGS took a new approach to system design ... and succeeded.

National Nuclear Security Administration Ensures Safety and Security of U.S. Nuclear Stockpile with Cray XC40 “Trinity” Supercomputing Solution

Maintaining the safety, security and reliability of the country’s nuclear weapons is critical. The U.S. government formed the Stockpile Stewardship Program under the direction of the NNSA and selected an integrated Cray supercomputer, storage and I/O acceleration solution to provide the computational power they needed.

The Pawsey Centre’s Cray XC40 Supercomputer “Magnus” Gives Researchers a Big Advantage in Fight Against Lung Disease

Chronic respiratory diseases interrupt the airways and other lung structures, affecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide. Researchers created a first-ever 3D model of the lung using “Magnus,” Pawsey Supercomputing Centre’s Cray XC40 supercomputer, with the goal of improved delivery of aerosolized medications.

HLRS “Hornet” Cray XC40 System Dominates on Extreme-Scale Simulations

The High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart put their new Cray XC40 supercomputer “Hornet” to the supreme test on six projects representing computationally demanding scientific fields including planetary research, climatology, environmental chemistry, aerospace and scientific engineering.

The Pawsey Centre’s Cray XC40 Supercomputer “Magnus” Helps Battle Major Cause of Hunger in East Africa

An infestation of the silverleaf whitefly can destroy entire crops — and livelihoods. Using Magnus, a petascale Cray XC40 supercomputer at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, a team of researchers is generating phylogenetic trees of whitefly species from around the world.

White Papers and Briefs

Speed Up Your Machine Learning

GPU-enabled systems accelerate machine learning and deep learning.

Predicting Complex High-Fidelity Aeroelastic Wing Flutter

High-fidelity simulations of the aeroelastic flutter experienced by an airplane in flight put extreme demands on machine performance. A combination of Cray hardware and ANSYS software scaled a 13.47-million-node simulation to more than 1,000 cores.

The Cray XC Series Scalability Advantage

The sheer scale and high global bandwidth of Cray XC systems enable the study of new problems that would not run on other systems, opening the door to discovery.

Cray XC Supercomputer Accelerates LS-DYNA Simulations for Aerospace

The failure of fan or compressor blades in an airplane jet engine is a major hazard. To improve fan blade off containment simulation, a team from Cray and LSTC conducted a study using LS-DYNA and a Cray XC supercomputer.

Removing Bottlenecks to Large-Scale Genetic and Genomic Data Analysis with DISSECT and the Cray XC Supercomputer

Genomic and genetic research have a big data problem. The field is producing ever-increasing amounts of data. But a lack of sufficiently scalable computational tools prevents researchers from analyzing it adequately. The situation leaves the massive opportunities inherent in this data untapped.

ANSYS Fluent Helps Reduce Vehicle Wind Noise

To stay ahead of the competition and meet consumers' ever-increasing expectations for a comfortable ride, automotive OEMs are using ANSYS computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation software to tackle the problem of wind noise.

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PBS Professional for Cray

PBS Professional gives Cray users a more efficient, reliable solution for HPC workload management. Altair collaborates closely with Cray to ensure tight, seamless integration.

Allinea Development Tools for Cray Supercomputers

Leading corporations and research institutions across the world are using Allinea Software products, which set the standard for capability, performance and ease of use.

Videos, Webinars & Podcasts

Cray XC Series Supercomputers

Cray XC series supercomputers: advancing research, engineering and scientific discovery for all mankind.

Intel Xeon Phi Processor

Cray CTO Steve Scott introduces XC series support

Intel Chip Chat Podcast

Cray CTO Steve Scott joins Chip Chat to discuss the collaboration between Cray and Intel on the Intel Xeon Phi processor for supercomputer integration

Going Parallel

Learn how Cray is adding parallelism to HPC applications in this presentation to the 2016 DOE Programming Workshop by Cray technical lead Heidi Poxon.

Many-Core Programming Enhancements

See how Cray streamlines KNL programming in this 2016 presentation to the Cray User Group by Cray technical lead Heidi Poxon.

Cray DataWarp I/O Acceleration System

DataWarp technology delivers pure performance at near-zero latency through parallel I/O scaling.

Faster Simulations for Automotive and Aerospace

Cray users are getting more accurate engineering simulations and faster design turns with the Cray XC series supercomputer.

A High-Level Programming Environment for Accelerated Computing

Cray discusses supercomputing technology trends, accelerators, and the pros/cons of a variety of programming models.

Webinar: A Cray-Altair Solution: Optimizing High-Fidelity Crash & Safety Simulation Performance

Crash & safety simulation is one of the most widely-adopted HPC applications in the automotive industry and a core technology in vehicle development.

CAE Simulation in a Petaflop Computing World

Learn how demands for increasingly complex and larger simulations are driving organizations to reassess their use of traditional high performance computing environments.

Top Trends in Crash Simulation Practices

In this webinar, industry expert Paul Du Bois discusses how manufacturers can take advantage of compute increases to improve automotive development practices and industrial reliability.

Preparing the Cray XC “Shaheen II” System for Shipment to KAUST

King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST) in Saudi Arabia selected a Cray system that includes a Cray XC40 supercomputer with DataWarp technology, a Cray Sonexion storage system, Tiered Adaptive Storage (TAS) and Cray’s Urika-GD graph analytics appliance.

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ANSYS, Inc.

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Livermore Software Technology Corporation (LSTC)

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MathWorks

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Metacomp Technologies, Inc.

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Numerical Algorithms Group

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NVIDIA

Cray and NVIDIA are working together to create innovative accelerated supercomputer solutions with best-of-breed performance, scalability and reliability. These solutions feature NVIDIA® Tesla® GPUs, which accelerate the most demanding HPC and deep learning datacenter workloads.... show more Engineered to maximize compute performance, Cray’s XC50™supercomputer supports the Tesla P100 PCIe GPU accelerator, delivering the highest absolute performance for HPC and deep learning workloads.

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Platform Computing

Platform Computing is a pioneer and the global leader in high performance computing (HPC) management software. The company delivers integrated software solutions that enable organizations to improve time-to-results and reduce computing costs.... show more Many of the world’s largest companies rely on Platform to accelerate compute- or data-intensive applications and manage cluster and grid systems. Platform has over 2,000 global customers and strategic relationships along with the industry’s broadest support for HPC applications.

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The Portland Group

The Portland Group develops and markets high performance Fortran, C and C++ compilers and tools. Offering world-class performance and comprehensive cross-platform support and optimization, PGI supports 32-bit x86, 64-bit AMD64 and Intel 64 processor-based... show more systems running over 30 popular Linux and Mac OS X and Windows releases. Advantages include fast compilation speed, integrated graphical parallel debugger and profiler, comprehensive documentation, online tutorials and outstanding technical support.

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Rogue Wave Software

Rogue Wave is the largest independent provider of cross-platform, embeddable libraries and development tools for HPC application design, testing and deployment. Rogue Wave’s tools and components empower software developers to take advantage of the performance... show more and scalability that multicore and parallel technologies offer, and are proven by decades of use solving some of the world’s most complex problems in commercial enterprise, academia, defense and institutional research.

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Scientific Computing & Modelling N.V. (SCM)

Originating from the Theoretical Chemistry group at the VU University in Amsterdam, Scientific Computing & Modelling N.V. (SCM) provides worldwide customers in academia, government and industry with its molecular and periodic density functional theory codes ADF and BAND.... show more  The software provides accurate calculations on difficult chemical problems, specifically for spectroscopic properties and heavy elements. The scope of SCM's modeling software is expanding to treat larger systems for longer time scales with faster, approximate quantum-based as well as (reactive) force field methods.

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SIMULIA

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Software Cradle Co., Ltd.

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Tech-X Corporation

Tech-X was founded in 1994 to develop products and services for leveraging high performance computing in computational physics. Since then, Tech-X has provided services to a broad range of national and international customers from government, academia and industry.... show more Tech-X Corporation is committed to technical excellence and innovation. Its core competencies include the simulation of processes, devices and physical systems related to plasma physics, fusion and accelerator technologies, performed on computer systems ranging from desktops to leadership computing facilities.

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Networking

Arista Networks

Arista Networks was founded to deliver software-driven cloud networking solutions for large data center and computing environments. Arista’s award-winning 10/40/100 GbE switches redefine scalability, robustness, and price-performance, with over 2,700 customers and more than two million cloud networking... show more ports deployed worldwide. At the core of Arista’s platform is EOS, an advanced network operating system. Arista Networks products are available worldwide through distribution partners, systems integrators and resellers.

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Brocade

Brocade networking solutions help the world's leading organizations transition smoothly to a world where applications and information reside anywhere.

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Chelsio Communications

Chelsio Communications is leading the convergence of networking, storage and clustering interconnects and I/O virtualization with its robust, high-performance and proven Unified Wire technology. Featuring a highly scalable and programmable architecture, Chelsio is shipping 10-GbE and 40-GbE Ethernet... show more and multi-port Gigabit Ethernet adapter cards, delivering the low latency and superior throughput required for high-performance computing applications.

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Cisco

Cisco is the worldwide leader in IT that helps companies seize the opportunities of tomorrow by proving that amazing things can happen when you connect the previously unconnected.

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Mellanox Technologies

Mellanox Technologies is a leading supplier of end-to-end InfiniBand and Ethernet interconnect solutions and services for servers and storage. Mellanox interconnect solutions increase data center efficiency by providing the highest throughput and lowest latency, delivering data faster to applications... show more and unlocking system performance capability. Mellanox offers a choice of fast interconnect products: adapters, switches, software, cables and silicon that accelerate application runtime and maximize business results for a wide range of markets including high-performance computing, enterprise data centers, Web 2.0, cloud, storage and financial services.

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Myricom

Founded in 1994 as a Caltech spin-off, Myricom is the technology leader in extreme-performance 10-Gigabit Ethernet (10GbE) solutions specialized for vertical markets. Myricom first pioneered High Performance Computing (HPC) interconnect technology that helped... show more fuel the growth of cluster computing. Now, with its fourth generation of networking products, Myri-10G, Myricom has achieved convergence between mainstream 10-Gigabit Ethernet and HPC technology, 10-Gigabit Ethernet with a supercomputing heritage. The majority of Myricom’s sales today are for 10-Gigabit Ethernet applications with demanding latency or throughput requirements. Myri-10G delivers wire-speed UDP and TCP throughput, with optional firmware-accelerated offloads for financial trading, packet capture and injection, video streaming and IPTV, HPC, and for other performance-sensitive vertical markets.

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SMC Networks

SMC Networks is a global provider of Customer Premises Equipment (CPE) to Service Providers. SMC specializes in designing, engineering, and delivering the most innovative wireless and wired products to enable cable, telecommunication and multi-service operators around the world to connect their customers to a completely integrated digital home.

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Solarflare

Solarflare is the leading provider of application-intelligent networking I/O software and hardware that accelerate, monitor and secure network data. With over 1,000 customers worldwide, the company's solutions are widely used in scale-out server environments... show more such as electronic trading, high performance computing, cloud, virtualization and big data. Solarflare's products are available from leading distributors and value-added resellers, as well as from Dell, HP and IBM. Solarflare is headquartered in Irvine, California, and operates R&D facilities in Cambridge, UK and New Delhi, India.

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