Posted on November 10, 2015
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November 16th - 19th, 2015 | Austin, TX

"SC15 will bring together the international supercomputing community—an unparalleled ensemble of scientists, engineers, researchers, educators, programmers, system administrators and developers—for an exceptional program of technical papers, informative tutorials, timely research posters... The SC15 Exhibition Hall will feature exhibits of the latest and greatest technologies from industry, academia and government research organizations; many of these technologies making their debut in Austin. No conference is better poised to demonstrate how HPC can transform both the everyday and the incredible."
 


Booth #1333

This year at SC15, Puget Systems will be partnering with Intel to showcase our Peak Quad Xeon workstation. This workstation is designed for maximum parallel operation in a single box. Make sure to swing by and visit us at the Intel booth (#1333) to learn all about our HPC offerings.

Dr. Donald Kinghorn

Dr. Kinghorn has a 20+ year history with scientific and high performance computing and holds a BA in Mathematics / Chemistry and a PhD in Theoretical Chemistry. Don will be representing Puget Systems at the Intel booth and would love to hear about your work and/or HPC needs!

If you won't be attending or don't get a chance to talk to him, feel free to reach out to him:

Email: dkinghorn@pugetsystems.com
Phone: (425) 458-0273 x6016

Peak Quad Xeon Tower

The Puget Peak Quad Xeon workstation is a quad-processor powerhouse, capable of providing up to 72 CPU cores and up to 2TB of system memory. 

Here are the specs of the Puget Peak Tower we will be showcasing at SC15:


4 x 16-core E7 Xeon CPUs
128GB of DDR3 RAM
2 TFLOP/s (Linpack)
Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor
GeForce GTX Titan X


Check out all of our HPC and scientific computing products on our Peak page!

 

 

Recommended HPC Reading:

Molecular Dynamics Performance on GPU Workstations -- NAMD (NAnoscale Molecular Dynamics) 10/27/15 
Intel Skylake 6700K with Parallel Studio XE 2016 vs 2015 on Fedora 23 -- Much Better! 09/13/15
Skylake-S i7 6700K and i5 6600K for compute? Maybe? 08/05/15
CentOS 7 kernel boot order bug 07/30/15
OpenACC for free! -- NVIDIA OpenACC Toolkit 07/14/15

Also, be sure to check out the HPC Podcast by Don and Chris!