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Presence at ISC19 and SC19
 
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MEGWARE installs second DEEP-EST module at JSC

 

MEGWARE installs second DEEP-EST module at JSC

 
The expansion of the prototype system in the DEEP-EST project already entered its second round in 2019. After the installation of the first module (Cluster Module) at the beginning of the year (see the press release here: http://primeurmagazine.com/weekly/AE-PR-06-19-6.html), the next module, the Data Analytics Module (DAM), has been delivered and installed. The DAM is the second of a total of three modules to be installed at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre as part of the European research project DEEP-EST. This module features several new hardware technologies for High-Performance Data Analytics (HPDA), AI and ML/DL applications and workloads such as high-end multi-core CPUs, large (volatile and non-volatile) memory capacity, FPGAs, GPUs and high-performance SSDs.
 
The video of the time-lapse construction can be found here: https://www.deep-projects.eu/hardware/prototypes.html
 
 
 

Presence at ISC19 and SC19

 
ISC2019: For the first time DEEP-EST was represented at the ISC in Frankfurt with six further projects: Mont-Blanc, Sage 2, ASPIDE, FENIX, ExaQUte and MAESTRO. Such an association not only ensures that tasks, costs and materials can be shared in teamwork, but ultimately it should also increase awareness of the European project.
 
 
 
 
 
 
And in retrospect, everyone agreed that for the next ISC from 21 - 25 June 2020 a joint exhibition stand should be planned again. The location of the stand has already been decided: A 1416, further information will be available soon on the DEEP project website.
 
SC19: DEEP-EST has been also present at the SC in Denver (USA), in November 2019. Amongst other project-related activities, the conference and exhibition programs comprised a paper about the energy monitoring tools from partner LRZ, a presentation of the co-design approach taken by the DEEP projects within the Birds of a Feather event organized by ETP4HPC, and Megware’s presentation of its hardware developments at the Intel booth. Additionally, the project was shown at the booth from Jülich Supercomputing Centre, where interested visitors were informed about the latest news and results.