Heading into SC16 CENATE Flexes its Growing Muscle

November 8, 2016 In September, the Center for Advanced Technology Evaluation (CENATE) at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) took possession of NVIDIA’s DGX-1 GPU-based (Pascal 100) supercomputer. More on what they are doing with it later. Soon, IBM will deliver its Con Tutto memory technology. Data Vortex’s advanced switch technology is already in-house, along with products (and ideas) from a handful of other technology heavyweights. Now entering its second year, CENATE already has some potent equipment and ambitious ideas. “We have established the lofty goal for us to even design some neuromorphic technologies that are doing machine learning natively and not as you can do machine learning for example on a GPU in which you sort of come in from behind and map machine workload to the architecture of the…

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