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TACHYUM: PRODIGY WILL DIRECTLY ENABLE A 32-TENSOR EXAFLOP SUPERCOMPUTER AND ALLOW THE BUILDING OF MACHINES MORE POWERFUL THAN THE HUMAN BRAIN

 

SAN JOSE, California, USA, 18-Sep-2019 — /EPR COMPUTER NEWS/ — Today, Tachyum announced that Dr. Kurt Lauk has joined the company’s Board of Advisors. Dr. Lauk served on several management boards, including Daimler and Audi, and as a member of the EU Parliament. For 15 years, he was Chairman of the Economy Council (Wirtschaftsrat) and advised Angela Merkel in that capacity. He is Founder and President of Globe CP GmbH, a personally owned family office since 2000.

Dr. Lauk brings to Tachyum’s Board of Advisors valuable insights regarding European industries, including his deep understanding of European manufacturers and suppliers, along with expertise in international strategy and extensive experience bringing technology innovations to market.

Dr. Lauk has extensive European business experience, primarily through his positions as a Member of the Board of Management and Head of Worldwide Commercial Vehicles Division of Daimler Chrysler (1996-1999), as well as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Audi AG (1989-1992).

Dr. Lauk currently serves as independent director on the supervisory boards of Magna Inc (Toronto), and Fortemedia (Cupertino). In July 2018 Nomura, Asia’s global investment bank, appointed him as Germany and Austria Advisory Board Chairman. Since 2000 he is a Trustee of IISS (International Institute of Strategic Studies in London). He previously held the position of Chief Executive Officer at Zinser Textil Machinery GmbH, 1978-1984 Vice President/Consultant/Partner at Boston Consulting Group, and Chief Financial Officer & Controller for VEBA AG (today E.ON SE).

Dr. Lauk earned a graduate degree from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, an MBA `77 from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a doctorate in international politics from the University of Kiel. His extensive and varied experience includes service as a Member of the European Parliament (2004 2009), including as a Member of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee, and as a Deputy Member of the Foreign and Security Affairs Committee.

“Tachyum is honored to have an international business and technology luminary of Dr. Lauk’s caliber on our Board of Advisors,” said Dr. Radoslav Danilak, Tachyum’s Founder and CEO. “I am personally excited to work directly with Kurt, to be able to rely on his advice and counsel, especially regarding EU business strategies and how Tachyum can help facilitate EU technological sovereignty.”

“Today, Slovakia is the world’s largest per capita car producer. I look forward to working with Tachyum and Dr. Lauk to identify Prodigy value-added insertion points within Industry 4.0 and the automotive sector,” said Adrian Vycital representing Tachyum’s lead investor IPM, “We believe Tachyum will play an essential role in creating an innovation ecosystem, which is a key factor in the transformation of the Slovak economy from manufacturing to knowledge-based.”

Tachyum is on track with the design of its flagship product, code named Prodigy, the world’s first Universal Processor. High performance and ultra-low power, Prodigy offers industry-leading performance for data center, AI, and HPC workloads. With telecoms transitioning to 5G, Prodigy will bring AI from cell tower mounted datacenters to power intelligent IoT devices and autonomous systems. Tachyum is planning a 7nm tapeout next year, with volume production in 2021.

Tachyum’s Prodigy Universal Processor Chip is the smallest and fastest general purpose, 64-core processor developed to date, requiring 10x less processor power, and reducing processor cost by 3x. Prodigy will directly enable a 32-Tensor Exaflop supercomputer and allow the building of machines more powerful than the human brain by 2021, years ahead of industry expectations. Prodigy reduces data center TCO (annual total cost of ownership) by 4x, through its disruptive processor architecture and a smart compiler that has made many parts of the hardware found in typical processors redundant. Fewer transistors, fewer and shorter wires, due to a smaller, simpler core, translates into much greater speed and power efficiency for the Prodigy processor.

SOURCE: EuropaWire

Take the uncertainty out of buying a new computer cluster: free simulation test on a high performance computer cluster

MINNEAPOLIS, Mar-02-2017 — /EPR COMPUTER NEWS/ — Nor-Tech, the top provider of powerful, user-friendly computers, just announced a free simulation test on a high performance computer cluster for CAE, CFD, FEA software. This is an excellent way for organizations to see the benefits of moving from a workstation to a high performance computer cluster.

The test is a free opportunity for organizations to try simulation software on the newest Nor-Tech high performance computer clusters with the newest high-demand software installed. Also, organizations can integrate their own software into the test computer cluster.

Nor-Tech President and CEO David Bollig said, “Our clients trust us to take the uncertainty out of buying a new computer cluster or upgrading the computer cluster they currently own. They need to know the software they are currently using or want to use in the future will run better on a computer cluster and reduce time-to-results. The test cluster provides that assurance.”

Nor-Tech guarantees that their high performance computer clusters are easy to set up and use; and clients will not have to wait on the phone for service and support.

“Our test cluster is designed for organizations that need better technology than a workstation,” Bollig said. “Clients who buy a high performance computer cluster typically see a significant improvement in efficiency; better resolution; better use of their engineers; and faster results.”

To test software on the high performance computer cluster, organizations should first contact Nor-Tech for a quick discussion. Then Nor-Tech will add the organization to the schedule. Nor-Tech will then configure the hardware and software for the organization and provide remote access to the test computer cluster. The organization will then run the software and ultimately see the results. Where there is sensitive information involved, Nor-Tech will typically sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). Simulations run on the latest Intel Xeon CPU and NVIDIA GPUs.

Nor-Tech, winner of many technology awards, is famous in the science, university, research, and business markets for powerful, easy to use high performance computer clusters and fast, no wait support. Major recent projects include Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Transportation System; the LIGO Gravitational Project at Cal State Fullerton; and the University of Wisconsin’s IceCube Neutrino Project at the South Pole.

SOURCE: EuropaWire

Axceleon Unveils Microsoft Azure Render Farms

Axceleon is actively demonstrating the Microsoft Azure integrated workflow rendering process and render farm to customers and prospects.

Axceleon has released CloudFuzion for Azure and is showing existing Media & Entertainment customers and prospects how easy it is to integrate existing studio workflows into a cloud based render farm on Microsoft Azure with no impact on the artist.

CloudFuzion is integrated with applications such as Autodesk Maya, 3dsMax, Softimage, Adobe After Effects and allows launching of image renders from the application directly to an Azure render farm anywhere in the world. CloudFuzion will move the scene, including any attributes or references, from the studio data repository to the Azure render farm and in turn will move the resulting rendered images back to the studio data repository as part of an automated workflow. The animator or artist is oblivious as to where the images are being processed or rendered.

Also released was a CloudFuzion implementation of a high performance cluster running on Microsoft Azure for use by power utility & energy companies worldwide.CloudFuzion is integrated with applications such as PSLF and SSTOOLS from General Electric Energy, and PSS®E from Siemens and these applications can be run on a CloudFuzion managed Azure cluster.

CloudFuzion is a workflow automation solution, no render wrangler required for media& entertainment industry, with color coded job status, a simple self-service user interface and also supports split frame/tiling and stitching of large 3dsMax and Maya images for further render acceleration along with processor affinity settings to maximize 3D application core usage by machine.

CloudFuzion also enables single threaded applications to use many cores in a multi-core machine or computer. This enhances the speed of processing and further improves the time to results, a major productivity tool for engineering studies and financial analysis.

For nearly 12 years, EnFuzion has been widely deployed in the energy, financial, bioinformatics, telecommunications, scientific research and engineering market segments, as well as for 3D rendering, where it helped users to get more results faster.

ABOUT ENFUZION & CLOUDFUZION
EnFuzion® and CloudFuzion®, high performance cluster computing software, is developed here in the United States by Axceleon. The CloudFuzion® platform is available as a service (PaaS) and used on larger public clouds, such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon EC2, compute grids and high performance internal cloud computing environments and runs natively on all major OS platforms Windows®, Linux®, Mac OS® and Unix®.

EnFuzion® cluster computing software is currently deployed in power/energy utilities, 3D applications, financial services, bioinformatics, scientific research, telecommunications and engineering, where it helps users to get more results faster.

EnFuzion® was one of the first size able deployments of grid computing technology on Wall Street in 2000.

To learn about CloudFuzion®, please visit CloudFuzion Website www.CloudFuzion.com and EnFuzion3D Website at www.EnFuzion3D.com.

Via EPR Network
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