Lenovo Boosts Marconi Supercomputer to 6.2 Petaflops with Intel Xeon Phi

Marconi Supercomputer at Cineca At SC16, Lenovo announced the completion of its second phase deployment at CINECA — a world class HPC research resource with the capabilities to become a leading artificial intelligence compute resource. Phase one at CINECA, an academic consortium, was completed in May 2016 – coming in at 1.7 Petaflops, which at the time it was the largest Intel Omni-Path Fabric system in the world. Lenovo and CINECA are pleased to announce the delivery and installation of phase two, a 3,600 node Intel Xeon Phi processor which is interconnected with 100Gb Intel Omni-Path fabric – delivering 6.2 Petaflops of performance. Dubbed Marconi by CINECA, the installation is expected to be one of the largest SuperComputers in Europe and will be online for researchers to transform data into…


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