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SCHEDULE: NOV 15-20, 2015

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The Evolution Continues - HPC, Data Centric Architecture and CORAL, and Cognitive Computing for Modeling & Simulation

SESSION: HPC Futures and Exascale

EVENT TYPE: Exhibits, Exhibitor Forums

EVENT TAG(S): HPC Futures and Exascale

TIME: 11:30AM - 12:00PM

SESSION CHAIR(S): Lucas A. Wilson

Presenter(s):Dave Turek, Arthur S. (Buddy) Bland

ROOM:12AB

ABSTRACT:

The demand for HPC solutions is continuously evolving. Data Centric architecture, moving HPC to data, addresses the explosive growth in compute and data requirements due to new workloads in big data, analytics, machine learning, and cognitive computing. Dave Turek, IBM VP HPC, and Buddy Bland, Director Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, will provide examples of how data centric computing is propelling customers towards open, innovative solutions solving the most complex HPC problems. Requirements for these new workloads are converging and why conventional datacenter architectures have not kept pace. The next-generation computing architectures require adoption of innovative, open models that include tighter integration between partners using accelerators, servers, storage, fabric, workload, resource, scheduling and orchestration.

These initiatives are spawning a new frontier that requires HPC to link modeling-simulation with cognitive computing and Deep Learning. New IBM research projects in Petroleum and Manufacturing push the boundaries for analytics for next-generation HPC.

Chair/Presenter Details:

Lucas A. Wilson (Chair) - Texas Advanced Computing Center|

Dave Turek - IBM Corporation

Arthur S. (Buddy) Bland - Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility

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