Maxeler at the ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference (SC17), 12-17th November 2017
Maxeler Technologies will be showcasing its advanced capabilities at the #SC17 Supercomputing Conference in Colorado: Faster, Lighter, Smaller, Smarter, and Stronger.
[ClickPress, Sun Nov 12 2017] Maxeler Technologies will be showcasing its advanced capabilities at the #SC17 Supercomputing Conference in Colorado: Faster, Lighter, Smaller, Smarter, and Stronger. Come speak to us to learn about how high-speed Data Flow Engines (DFEs) can revolutionize how you do research.
Our technology has been recently deployed at the Jülich supercomputing center, as part of the PRACE consortium, to support the following key applications:
- The simulation of earthquake and seismic propagation (SPECFEM3D_Globe);
- Modeling of ocean currents to enable oceanographic and climate research
- Modeling of electron distribution in molecules for materials science
- Modeling of quantum chromodynamic research for nuclear interactions (BQCD).
Maxeler’s DFE based technology enables large-scale complex numerical simulations, with unprecedented performance density, up to 100x faster than conventional parallelized CPU approaches with unsurpassed energy efficiency to solution. Performance Density makes DFEs also ideal to bring supercomputing to the edge of IoT.
Maxeler Technologies’ full Dataflow technology stack provides the ideal environment for Research, Machine Learning, CyberSecurity and Artificial Intelligence. DFEs have been used to enable large scale Brain modelling, machine learning, real-time face recognition from multiple video streams, real-time object recognition and categorization.
Speak to us at SC on booth #2171 at 4pm on November 15 or email email@example.com to find out more.