GigaIO Accelerates Scientific Discovery and Innovation with High-Performance PCIe Network Solution -- FabreX

GigaIO has invented the first truly composable cloud-class software-defined infrastructure network, empowering users to accelerate workflows on-demand, using industry-standard PCI Express technology. GigaIO’s FabreX™ dramatically reduces resource underutilization, power consumption and TCO by using a single non-proprietary interconnect to achieve complete rack- scale disaggregation and composition. • Composable Disaggregated Infrastructure improves system agility by creating shared resource pools that can then be dynamically recomposed in real-time

• FabreX typically halves the Total Cost of Ownership by increasing resource utilization and eliminating over provisioning.

data centres carry a large number of vital services. Huawei CloudFabric 2.0 provides a next-generation data centre network that delivers huge capacity, intelligent experience and autonomous driving, helping enterprises mine intelligence from data, accelerate digital transformation, and promote the development of the digital economy. LDA Technologies is

a provider of high-end FPGA-oriented solutions optimised for ultra-low latency operation; targeted for data processing acceleration, high-performance computing, low-latency networking, and high-frequency trading. LDA products range from small add-on cards to 4U HPC devices.

In addition, LDA offers

a broad set of specialised industry-oriented solutions and standalone ultra-low latency networking IP Cores

that can be used as part of users’ FPGA logic. LDA also offers consultancy services. Mellanox InfiniBand

solutions incorporate in-network computing technology that performs data algorithms in the network devices, delivering ten times higher performance, and enabling the era of “data- centric” data centres. By delivering the fastest data speed, lowest latency, smart accelerations and highest efficiency and resiliency, InfiniBand is the best choice to connect the world’s top HPC and AI supercomputers. Dolphin Interconnect

Solutions products are used to connect multiple computers and IO systems together to create high performance computing platforms for demanding applications. Application clusters created using Dolphin’s interconnect products provide significant improvements in response | @scwmagazine

• FabreX supports any PCIe-compliant device -- servers, CPUs, memory, 3D-XPoint, storage, GPUs, FPGAs, specialty ASICS and NICs.

• In addition to system agility and TCO savings, FabreX delivers blazing performance with industry leading PCIe latency and bandwidth throughout the rack.

Discover more about GigaIO and FabreX - The Enterprise-Class, Open Source Composable Platform For Infrastructure Agility.

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time and transaction throughput compared to using alternative interconnect technologies.

The Ethernet Alliance is a global, non-profit, industry consortium of member organisations that are dedicated to the continued success and advancement of Ethernet technologies. To help advance the industry as a whole, the Ethernet Alliance also provides the industry with a forum for the open exchange of ideas and dialogue, and with a platform for consensus building. It follows strict impartiality guidelines to encourage

productive discourse and idea- sharing.

This, in turn, increases

growth, advancement and adoption of Ethernet technology around the world. HPE Slingshot is a high-

performance network for HPE Cray supercomputers designed for exascale era supercomputing of diverse simulation, modelling, AI and analytics workloads on one system.

Ethernet compatible, HPE Slingshot enables straightforward execution of cloud-like, converged workloads in a supercomputing environment.

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