Eurotech at ISC11
At ISC11, Eurotech will display items from the Aurora product line, namely the Aurora cluster for datacenters and the new version of the Dura Mater, the portable ruggedized supercomputer. Eurotech will also display the new Intel Sandy Bridge based board.
The Aurora datacenter solutions lead the way in high computational power, energy efficiency and liquid cooling. Aurora Dura Mater makes supercomputing pervasive, extending the HPC portability to anywhere, even the harshest environments.
Eurotech is a Bronze Sponsor of the 2011 International Supercomputing Conference.
Eurotech will exhibit at booth 720
CCH-Congress Center Hamburg
Am Dammtor / Marseiller Straße
20355 Hamburg, Germany
Monday June 20th: 3:00pm - 9:30pm
(Welcome party at 6:00pm)
Tuesday June 21st: 9:30am - 6:00pm
Wednesday June 22nd: 9:30am - 6:00pm
Exhibitor Forum Session
“The Aurora 3D Torus network and its applications”, Giovanbattista Mattiussi, Francesco Belletti
An FPGA based 3D Torus configuration has many advantages and applications. Can the 3D Torus be seen as the future solution to solve scalability and latency problems? How Aurora supercomputers implement the toroidal configuration? Which are the applications of the 3D Torus?
Wednesday, June 22, 11:40 AM - 12:10 AM at stand #001 in the exhibition hall.
Birds of a Feather session, an open discussion
“Green HPC and sustainability”, facilitated by Giovanbattista Mattiussi and Paul Arts
An open discussion about green HPC and the energy issues: energy cost and availability are among the biggest challenges for the exascale.
Already, trends in the HPC industry suggest an unsustainable increase in energy consumption and air conditioning needs. A lot of research has been conducted in the field of Green IT, but only recently it has been technically feasible and economically convenient to produce real systems that successfully applied that research. Challenges add up when we consider sustainability, a broader problem of which energy efficiency is only part of the solution.
We have questions to ask and answers to give: let’s discuss!
Tuesday, June 21, 02:30 PM - 03:15 PM, Hall C2.2.
The session will host 12-15 people on a first come first served basis.