Simulation & Modeling powered by 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable

Posted on 12 June, 2020

When the smallest calculation can make all the difference, you need infrastructure you can trust to run your CFD simulations. High Performance Computing (HPC) Simulation and Modeling can be the answer you've been looking for bringing about success as you speed up your simulations, but if built on the incorrect infrastructure it can be a costly and time-consuming thing to rectify.
 

Intel Select Solutions for Simulation and Modeling are a guided path to success with quick-to-deploy infrastructure that significantly reduces the complexity for the purchaser, Boston have been very successful working with key customers deploying Intel Select Solution-based clusters in their CFD environments.  Using a standards-based approach defined in the HPC Platform Specification, these solutions provide verified interoperability with common applications used in simulation and modeling.
 
The 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor delivers compelling performance gains and TCO benefit for systems based on the Intel Xeon Silver and Intel Xeon Gold processors, creating a significant refresh opportunity. The original Intel Xeon Scalable platform delivered the biggest performance TCO benefit for systems based on the Intel Xeon Platinum processor and continue to offer performance gains in the 2nd Generation as well.
 

Intel® Solid State Drive Data Center Family (Intel® SSD DC) and Intel® Optane™ SSD DC products offer responsive performance and high capacities for local scratch storage, burst buffers, and augmented parallel files systems.
Intel Optane SSD DC storage is the world’s most responsive data center SSD with Intel® Optane™ technology. Intel SSD DC storage includes PCIe* interface with NVMe protocol options.
 

Tags: intel select solution, simulation and modeling, cfd, intel

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