HPCWire Awards

Denver, Colorado  — November 14, 2017 — Rescale, the provider of HPC in the cloud, has been recognized in the annual HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards with the following honor: Readers’ Choice, Best Use of HPC in the Cloud. The award highlights aerospace startup Boom Supersonic for using Rescale’s ScaleX® cloud HPC platform and NASA simulation tools to design a supersonic passenger jet that is 30% more efficient than Concorde with limited capital. The award was presented at the 2017 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC17) in Denver, Colorado.  

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Rescale just added NVIDIA’s newest, most advanced GPU, the Tesla V100, to the ScaleX platform. This is NVIDIA’s first GPU based on the latest Volta architecture. Starting November 13, 2017, all platform users are able to select the V100s as part of the ScaleX standard batch workflow.

V100

Optimized for Deep Learning
Rescale’s V100-powered systems come with 1, 4, or 8 V100 GPUs, all connected with 300GB/s NVLink interconnect. The V100 Volta architecture is optimized for deep learning workloads with deep learning-tuned, half-precision Tensor Cores. These systems can train deep learning models more than 2x faster than previous generation P100 systems as shown in these Caffe2 ResNet50 trainer benchmark results:

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V100

San Francisco, CA – Rescale, the global provider of HPC in the cloud, today announced that NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPU accelerators and NVIDIA NVLink high-speed interconnect technology are now available on Rescale’s ScaleX turnkey cloud platform for AI and high performance computing (HPC). The new GPUs are hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS) and as dedicated bare metal nodes by SkyScale, a Rescale partner. All resources are accessible on an hourly basis with Rescale’s more than 200 pre-installed and pre-tuned HPC applications.

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HPE

San Francisco, CA — Rescale, the leading provider of HPC in the cloud, today announced that it will support HPE and SGI servers on its HPC platform, allowing HPE customers to seamlessly access and manage a hybrid environment of cloud and on-premises HPC systems in a single unified platform solution.

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