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Introducing Cloud-Native Supercomputing: Bare-Metal, Secured Supercomputing Architecture


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Gilad Shainer

Senior Vice President Networking, NVIDIA

While providing the highest performance, supercomputers must now also offer multi-tenancy security. DPUs can manage the data center operating system instead of the host processor, enabling security and orchestration of the supercomputer.

This architecture enables supercomputing platforms to deliver bare-metal performance, while natively supporting multi-node tenant isolation.

We'll introduce the new supercomputing architecture and include first applications' performance results.

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