Intel Data Center GPU Max
The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) unveiled its latest Stampede supercomputer for open science research projects, Stampede3. TACC anticipates that Stampede3 will come online this fall and will deliver its full performance in early 2024. The supercomputer will be a crucial component of the U.S. National Science Foundation’s (NSF) ACCESS scientific supercomputing ecosystem, and it is projected to serve the open science community from 2024 until 2029. The third-generation Stampede cluster, which will be built by Dell, will incorporate 560 nodes equipped with Intel's Sapphire Rapids generation Xeon CPU Max processors, each offering 56 CPU cores and 64GB of on-package HBM2E memory. Surprisingly, TACC is going to be operating these nodes in HBM-only mode, so no additional DRAM will be attached to the CPU nodes...
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