- Designed specifically for the Intel® Omni-Path Host Fabric Interface (Intel® OPA HFI)
- Deliver performance that scales with high node and core counts
- Support 100 Gbps per port
The next-generation high performance computing (HPC) fabric includes robust architecture and feature sets, support for 100 Gb/s throughput, and scalability to exascale—and beyond.
Lenovo expresses support for Intel® Omni-Path Architecture, which speeds up the data “commute” in HPC data centers like the MARCONI Supercomputer.
In the Tundra Extreme Scale* HPC solution, Penguin Computing selected Intel® Omni-Path Architecture for its performance and price.
Northumbria University announces the deployment of Intel® Omni-Path Architecture and Intel® Xeon® processors in their centralized HPC infrastructure.
The BeeGFS* parallel file system has been certified for Intel® Omni-Path Architecture with outstanding system performance on a single storage server.
Japan reveals details of its next gen supercomputer—Oakforest-PACS—which includes Intel® Omni-Path Architecture for training in CSE and HPC.
A new IDC Technology Spotlight looks at Intel® Scalable System Framework with Intel® Omni-Path Architecture, designed to handle HPC issues.
During Supercomputing Conference 2015 (SC'15), Intel announced advancements to the Intel® Scalable System Framework (Intel® SSF) to bring HPC capabilities and benefits to more industries.
Argonne National Laboratory selects Intel's HPC scalable system framework to power the upcoming Aurora supercomputer.
Compare the performance of Intel® Omni-Path to InfiniBand*, and see how Intel is developing its scalable high performance computing framework.
Intel® Omni-Path Architecture adds scalability, higher bandwidth, and lower latency that could help the HPC community achieve Exascale performance.
Intel® Omni-Path Fabric has a robust architecture and feature set to meet the current and future demands of HPC at a cost-competitive price to today's fabric. Intel® fabric builders members are working to enable world-class solutions based on the Intel® Omni-Path Architecture with a goal of helping end users build the best environment to meet their HPC needs.