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HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING Sponsored by NVIDIA FEATURED PRODUCT


the increasing choice that is available in the HPC processor market.


With increasingly complex challenges in science and engineering, researchers are looking to larger computing systems that require fast networking to deliver the data they need for their experiments and research projects.


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Achronix is a fabless semiconductor corporation in Santa Clara, California, offering high-performance field programmable gate array (FPGA) solutions. Its FPGA and eFPGA


IP offerings are further enhanced by ready-to-use PCIe accelerator cards targeting AI, ML, networking and data centre applications. All of Achronix’s products are supported by best-in-class EDA software tools. Aldec is an industry-leading


electronic design automation (EDA) company delivering innovative design creation, simulation and verification solutions to assist in the development of complex FPGA, An application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), SoC and embedded system designs.


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SETTING THE BAR FOR ENTERPRISE AI INFRASTRUCTURE


Fueled by the insatiable demand for better 3D graphics, and the massive scale of the gaming market, NVIDIA has evolved the GPU into a computer brain at the exciting intersection of virtual reality, high performance computing, and artificial intelligence. From speech recognition and recommender systems to medical imaging and improved supply chain management, AI technology is providing enterprises the compute power, tools, and algorithms their teams need to do their life’s work. Achieve breakthroughs in AI innovation with NVIDIA, unleashing data science productivity with effortless experimentation that can unlock insights from data. Avoid wasting time on software engineering and system integration, with pre-built, pre-optimised AI tools that let you enjoy the fastest time-to-solution on your most complex models.


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NVIDIA DGX Station A100 brings AI supercomputing to data science teams in the office or at home, offering data center performance without a data center. It’s the only system with four fully interconnected NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs with up to 320 GB of GPU memory and support for Multi-Instance GPU (MIG) that plugs into a standard wall outlet, resulting in a powerful AI appliance that you can place anywhere.


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(COTS) reconfigurable computer platforms and support software. The company specialises on strategic market areas of digital signal processing (DSP), imaging systems, communications, military and aerospace and HPC. AMD EPYC processors are


built to handle large scientific and engineering datasets with top performance – ideal for HPC workloads, compute- intensive models and analysis techniques. Used by some of the world’s fastest, most scalable data centres and supercomputers, AMD EPYC helps deliver more innovation and faster results. Arm HPC solutions,


including Arm Neoverse, address the needs of the HPC community today and in the future. Arm’s open IP licensing model and consistent architectural advancements provide CPU and system designers the freedom and flexibility to innovate supercomputer design – as evidenced by the collaboration between Arm, Fujitsu and Riken in delivering Fugaku. BittWare provides solutions


based on FPGA technology from Intel (formerly Altera) and Xilinx for demanding applications such as data centre, military and aerospace, government, instrumentation and test, financial services and broadcast and video.


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