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HPC Productivity Increase with Hybrid HPCaaS

Abstract

In this talk, we will discuss how enterprises are experiencing substantial productivity by migrating to the atNorth hybrid HPC as a Service (HPCaaS) by leveraging the best of on-premise and cloud. We will discuss a specific use case where we used an Intel Select Solution on 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor (Cascade Lake) and validated on 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor (Ice Lake) to enable our customer to have the best price/performance while also ensuring that the customer’s workload was perfectly portable between their on-premise environment and the cloud. The atNorth HPCaaS is also available for channel partners via the Intel® Solutions Marketplace.

Speakers

Guy D'Hauwers, VP HPC & AI, atNorth

Guy has a very strong track record in setting up very strategic and global Partnerships and Joint Go to Market agreements with Fortune 500 Companies at a global scope, multi-B$ volume, especially in cooperation between leading Telecommunication & Cloud Service Providers, IT Solutions, Services & software companies and that in area of Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, High Performance Scientific Computing, Healthcare and Internet of Things. Guy has more than 30 year’s successful career in the IT, Telecommunications and cloud market at an International and Global level. Guy has started his first part of his career in the Computer Added Design & Engineering market and is now back in the strongly related HPC market leading the HPC & AI business for atNorth , especially enabling enterprises and their Software partners to leverage a Consumption based HPC business model with zero carbon emission. Guy has held several Sales, business development and sales leadership positions at Siemens, RealDolmen, Apollo Computer, Hewlett Packard and has held several International and Global Sales Management and Business Development leadership positions at Hewlett Packard Enterprise where he worked very closely with Global Communications solutions companies like Alcatel Lucent, Nokia, Ericsson, Siemens, BT, Vodafone and many others.