Details

Date Added: January 13, 2020

Additional Information

Criteria Version: Version 2.0


Categories

Level One

  • OpenPOWER Ready Products

Level Two

  • System

Level Three

  • ISA Profile V2 (Power9)

Keywords

OpenPOWERIPSInspurFP5466G2Inspur Power Systems

Superior system computing power
路 Support 8 V100 or 20 T4 GPUs to provide full-field superior heterogeneous computing power
路 Support 2 POWER9 Sforza processors with up to 44 cores and 176 threads, providing superior scheduling capability
路 Tuning for specific deep learning models, performance up to 20% compared to equivalent X86 platforms
路 Fully compatible with FPGA/AISC, providing application-specific acceleration
Ultra-high computing density for significant TCO savings
路 Compared to regular 2U 4GPU servers, double computing density
路 Supporting the same number of GPUs and comparing to lower-density GPU server cluster , FP5468G2 space saved by 50%, power saved by 23%, measured computing power increased by 8%, price reduced by 34%, for 500 server clusters can save TCO over 10 million dollars
Flexible heterogeneous topology
路 Support three topologies – balance, common and cascade
路 Flexible topology switching based on application scenarios/training models
Efficient , high-volume local storage and high-speed IO expansion
路 Support up to 24 3.5鈥漢ard drives, 6 of which support U.2 NVMe SSD providing high read and write speed
路 Support 4 standard PCIe x16 slots, providing 100Gb RDMA high speed network

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OpenPOWER Ready鈩 is a mark used by the OpenPOWER Foundation to enable ecosystem product developers to indicate their product has been shown/demonstrated to meet a minimum set of characteristics and should be interoperable with other OpenPOWER Ready products. The mark attests that a specific component satisfies the criteria defined in a specific version of the OpenPOWER Ready Criteria Document.

OpenPOWER Ready Definition and Criteria Version 2.0
OpenPOWER Ready Definition and Criteria Version 1.0