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1 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev Ed Turkel Manager, WorldWide HPC Marketing 4/7/2011 BUILDING THE GREENEST PRODUCTION SUPERCOMPUTER IN THE WORLD

2 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential2 TSUBAME 2.0 – THE GOALS –Achieve 30x performance over Tsubame 1.0 –Support diverse research workloads Weather, informatics, protein modeling, etc. –Balanced design for scale Bandwidth to GPUs, CPU and GPU high memory capacity High-bandwidth, low latency, full bi-section network Solid state disks for high bandwidth, scalable storage I/O –Green: stay within power threshold System estimated to require 1.8 MW with PUE of 1.2 –Density (GPU per CPU footprint) for costs and space –Expand support for Tokyo Tech’s 2000 users; provide dynamic “cloud- like” provisioning for both Microsoft® Windows® and Linux workloads

3 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential3 HP PROLIANT SL6500 SERVER Performance and Flexibility Mix and match for varying requirements Multiple compute and storage optimized nodes Convenient Serviceability Individually serviceable nodes Cool aisle cabling and node access Hot-swap servers, fans, power supplies Energy Efficiency Shared power and cooling architecture Energy efficient fans and power supplies Common slot power supplies Advanced Power Management Power Capping On/off control Consumption/utilization logging Designed for scalable performance and efficiency

4 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential Designed for a broad set of HPC workloads HP PROLIANT SL390s HPC SERVER NEW

5 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential QPI x16 GPGPU x16 I/O Hub Riser 2 GPGPU x16 Riser 1 Dual IOH for maximum GPGPU bandwidth SL390S 2U SIMPLIFIED ARCHITECTURE 5 DDR3 Intel Xeon 5500/5600 QPI x8 PCI-e x8 Slot 10GbE, QDR IB DDR3 Intel Xeon 5500/5600 I/O Hub QPI Support for NVIDIA Tesla M1060, M2050, M2070, M2070-Q

6 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential6 6 SL390s s6500 MCS G2

7 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential HP Modular Cooling System G2 Rack enables maximum power density COMPUTE RACK BUILDING BLOCK FOR TSUBAME2 42U HP Modular Cooling System G2 rack, containing: 30 SL390s G7 2u servers per rack 60 CPUs and 90 GPGPUs 8 chassis with Advanced Power Management 1 HP Network Switch for shared console and admin local area network 2 Airflow Dam 4 Voltaire QDR IB port Leaf Switch Power distribution units Power per rack approximately 35 KW PDU 7

8 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential8 PULLING IT ALL TOGETHER

9 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev Petaflops, 1440 nodes ~50 compute racks + 6 switch racks Two Rooms, Total 160m 2 1.4MW (Max, Linpack), 0.48MW (Idle)

10 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential The Greenest Production Supercomputer in the World 2 51% Better Performance/Watt 2 *1 Nov 2010 TOP500 Results – compared to Tianhe 1A consisting of 7168 Xeon 5170 servers drawing 4.04MW, 4.7PF peak, HP internally estimated price versus 1442 HP SL390S G7 servers with Xeon 5170 processors drawing 1.39 MW, 2.3 Peak, HP Internally Estimated Price - * Green 500 Results - #4 Supercomputer on TOP % More TFLOPS/Server 1 21% Better Price/Performance 1 #1 #2 #3#4 TFLOPS / $ HP Most TFLOP/$ Innovation on top of industry standards delivers price and power advantages INDUSTRY LEADING PERFORMANCE/WATT/$$

11 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential11

12 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential12 EXAMPLE APPLICATIONS –3D Protein Rigid Docking (Node 3-D FFT) –ASUCA Weather Forecast [SC10 Best Student Paper Finalist] –Multiscale Simulation of Cardiovascular flows [SC10 Gordon Bell Finalist] –Materials (Dendrite Solidification) –Earthquake Simulation

13 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev “... Tokyo Tech Tsubame2 is by far the most power dense supercomputer ever built, with unprecedented performance and power capacity per rack.” Satoshi Matsuoka Professor, Director of Research Infrastructure GSIC, Tokyo Tech

14 ©2009 HP Confidential template rev ©2009 HP Confidential14 Q&A


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