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High Performance Fabrics from Intel – Today and Tomorrow

Joe will present an overview of Intel's high-performance fabric technologies and direction. He will start with Intel’s current high performance fabric - Intel® True Scale Fabric - it’s key features and architecture. Joe will then provide an introduction to Intel’s recently announced next generation fabric - Intel® Omni Scale Fabric. These fabrics are designed to meet the needs and requirements of today’s HPC deployments as well as provide a path to Exascale and beyond support.
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