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ISC High Performance 2018

ISC High Performance is dedicated to tackling HPC technological development and its application in scientific fields, as well as its adoption in commercial environments.
The conference, tutorials, and workshops are completed by an Exhibition that features the largest collection of HPC vendors, universities and research organizations that come together in Europe each year.

Atos is Platinum sponsor of ISC High Performance. Visit our booth D-1126 to meet our HPC experts and discover the full breadth of our Bull products and solutions for HPC:

  • BullSequana X1000, the open pre-exascale supercomputer that integrates a large choice of processor technologies, including Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors;
  • The Atos Quantum Learning Machine, a simulator to help users get ready for the second Quantum revolution;
  • Bull Extreme Factory, Atos’s HPC-as-a-service and Deep-Learning-as-a-Service solution.

Atos presentations:

Monday, June 25, 13:00 ISC Vendor Showdown with Jean-Pierre Panziera, HPC CTO
Tuesday, June 26, 13:40 Exhibitor Forum: “Atos QLM, a future-proof approach to quantum computing” by Christelle Piechurski, HPC Principal architect & QLM Product Manager
Tuesday, June 26, 13:50 Focus Session: “Tornados, Disaster & Early Warnings” chaired by Xavier Vigouroux, Director of CEPP
Thursday morning, June 28, The “Post Moore Interconnects workshop” will feature a talk by Jean-Noël Quintin, senior researcher at the Atos Quantum Lab
Thursday afternoon, June 28, The “Going Arm for HPC” workshop will feature a talk on European project Mont-Blanc, by Etienne Walter, Atos and coordinator of European Project Mont-Blanc.
Thursday afternoon, June 28, The “ Sustainable Ultrascale Computing Systems” workshop will feature a panel on “Landscape of Sustainable Ultrascale/Exascale Computing Systems in the EU programs” with Xavier Vigouroux, Director of CEPP