The Next Inflection Point

The road to exascale computing started as a speed milestone. But along the way, the road changed. Today it signals a major inflection point for computing. Driven by explosive data growth, converging workloads, and the imperative for digital transformation, organizations are asking completely new questions. And they need new capabilities to answer them. Exascale computing completely rethinks how technology comes together to answer your biggest questions today―and your even bigger ones tomorrow.

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Exascale Era Technology

Exascale is more than a speed milestone or a system size. It’s new workloads brought on by new questions intersecting with new compute capabilities to create a major technological shift.
Not everyone needs an exascale system, but everyone requires exascale technologies. HPE redefines the supercomputing industry with the most comprehensive end-to-end portfolio across compute, storage, and services in the fast-growing HPC and AI market segments.

Compute Solutions for the Exascale Computing Era

Answer your questions today and be ready for what comes next with the most comprehensive supercomputing technology portfolio available for any data center.

Interconnect Built for Exascale

Answer diverse and data-intensive questions with an interconnect purpose-built for flexible, heterogenous compute technology.  

Fast, Intelligent Storage

Realize new possibilities with powerful, cost-effective, proven storage architected for converged HPC and AI workloads. 

Software That Clears the Way

Create the next generation of applications for innovation and discovery with the industry’s most comprehensive, flexible, and validated HPC and AI software stack. 

Software That Clears the Way

Create the next generation of applications for innovation and discovery with the industry’s most comprehensive, flexible, and validated HPC and AI software stack. 

What's new with supercomputing

Introducing the HPE Cray line of supercomputers

HPE is bringing the best of over four decades of supercomputing leadership together under one new family. These new solutions will mark the start of a new chapter in supercomputing that will make the full potential of Exascale era computing accessible to all of our customers.

What's new with supercomputing

Introducing the HPE Cray line of supercomputers

HPE is bringing the best of over four decades of supercomputing leadership together under one new family. These new solutions will mark the start of a new chapter in supercomputing that will make the full potential of Exascale era computing accessible to all of our customers.

Meet the HPE supercomputing line-up

HPE Cray supercomputer
A standard 19" rack configuration with the flexibility for smaller and also air-cooled solutions. The current compute platform is the Apollo 2000 Gen10 Plus with 4 AMD® EPYC® 7002 nodes in a 2U compute server with HPE Cray software and HPE Slingshot networking installed.
HPE Cray EX supercomputer
For highest density and efficiency, liquid-cooled cabinetry supports direct liquid cooling of all components in a highly dense bladed configuration. These cabinets contain eight chassis, each of which supports up to eight compute and eight switchblades. The orthogonal orientation of compute to switchblades enables a cable less connection
HPE SGI 8600
Industry standard liquid cooled clustered HPC system with built in high speed interconnect topology and HPE software including HPE Performance Cluster Manager and HPE Message Passing Interface (MPI).
ÉXITO EN ACCIÓN
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Research institute boosts performance by 4 times

The Institute of Statistical Mathematics refurbished its statistical science supercomputer system to achieve parallel computing performance that was over four times more powerful than its legacy system.

Desafío

Build the next-generation “statistical science supercomputer system” to expand the possibilities in statistical science research by quadrupling computing power.

Solución

Adopted a high-density, water-cooled, cluster HPC system that was able to achieve super-powerful 1.497PFLOPS computing performance with high energy efficiency.

Using a water-cooled system like HPE SGI 8600 makes it possible to continue operating at high clock rate.

Jun Adachi, PhD, associate professor, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics

Resultado

Accelerated research activities to open new grounds by achieving supercomputing of an unprecedented level that was once considered impossible.

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