Lenovo has joined Intel’s code modernisation enablement programme and invested in young talent at the 2015 International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) this week.
Lenovo is sponsoring the 2015 Student Cluster Competition at this year’s ISC event. The competition features small teams that compete to demonstrate the capabilities of high-performance cluster hardware and software.
Held in collaboration of the HPC Advisory Council and ISC, the Student Cluster Competition is designed to introduce the next generation of students to the high performance computing world and community – be it in the field of scientific research or commercial systems.
In other news, Lenovo has adopted Intel’s high-performance computing (HPC) scalable system framework for next-generation products. The framework enables systems to scale performance, power and cost from small multi-node clusters up to large HPC deployments.
”Lenovo has a strong legacy in computing and is making substantial investments in High Performance Computing,” said Charles Wuischpard, VP Datacenter Group, GM of Workstations and HPC at Intel.