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HPC Solutions Inc

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HPC Solutions Inc

44 Union Blvd Suite 600

Denver, Colorado, 80228

United States

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Chief Technologist

High Performance Computing Software


Co-Chair

IBTA Technical


Affiliations

Intel Corporation

Intel Fellow and Chief Technologist, HPC Software


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Bill Magro
Director of HPC Solutions Intel Software and Services Group


4 Tech Giants Outline Battle Plans for High End Data Center Market of the 2020's

From left, Bill Magro of Intel, Marc Hamilton of NVIDIA, Jerry Lotto of Mellanox, Mike Vildibill of HPE
"The power analysis we've done - and everyone's done it and come to pretty much the same conclusion - is that something different needs to be done in the way we compute, the way we couple computation together," said Bill Magro, an Intel Fellow and chief technologist, high performance computing software. Specifically addressing data movement in HPC systems, he said, "Every time you move data you incur a latency, and the further the parts are apart in the system or even in a node, you suffer that latency." "You need programming models and compute engines that avoid moving data," Magro said, "you need fabrics that have very efficient protocols driven by the needs of HPC to minimize back and forth traffic, whether it be for payloads, protocols or even just guarding the integrity of the data. These are the things we're looking at. All of this has brought about profound change in Intel's HPC strategy, he said. It's part of the reason Intel now describes itself as a data-centric company. "Intel's history has been to drive compute up and up and up," Magro said. "But we realized a few years ago that compute actually isn't the hardest problem, it's everything that's wrapped around the compute, giving (the system) balance: memory technology, fabric, storage. "We're trying to approach this with a systems point of view, even though we're not a systems company," he said, alluding to Intel's Scalable System Framework, "because we don't think you can get to exascale by working on components individually."


Fellows | Intel Newsroom

William R. Magro
Intel Fellow, Software and Services Group Chief Technologist, High Performance Computing Software


Tech Giants Outline Battle Plans for Future HPC Market

From left, Bill Magro of Intel, Marc Hamilton of Nvidia, Jerry Lotto of Mellanox, Mike Vildibill of HPE
"The power analysis we've done - and everyone's done it and come to pretty much the same conclusion - is that something different needs to be done in the way we compute, the way we couple computation together," said Bill Magro, an Intel Fellow and chief technologist, high performance computing software. Specifically addressing data movement in HPC systems, he said, "Every time you move data you incur a latency, and the further the parts are apart in the system or even in a node, you suffer that latency." "You need programming models and compute engines that avoid moving data," Magro said, "you need fabrics that have very efficient protocols driven by the needs of HPC to minimize back and forth traffic, whether it be for payloads, protocols or even just guarding the integrity of the data. These are the things we're looking at. All of this has brought about profound change in Intel's HPC strategy, he said. It's part of the reason Intel now describes itself as a data-centric company. "Intel's history has been to drive compute up and up and up," Magro said. "But we realized a few years ago that compute actually isn't the hardest problem, it's everything that's wrapped around the compute, giving (the system) balance: memory technology, fabric, storage. "We're trying to approach this with a systems point of view, even though we're not a systems company," he said, alluding to Intel's Scalable System Framework, "because we don't think you can get to exascale by working on components individually."


RMACC High Performance Computing Symposium | www.rmacc.org

Debate participants will be Marc Hamilton, Vice President of Solutions Architecture and Engineering at NVIDIA; Mike Vildibill, Vice President of Exascale Development Programs at Hewlett Packard Enterprise; Jerry Lotto, Director HPC and Technical Computing at Mellanox; and William Magro, Chief Technologist for HPC Software at Intel.


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