This is an interesting presentation slide on Tsubame3 and ABCI: Supercomputer Architectures for HPC and AI/BD Convergence
Have you wondered why Formatted Capacity is lesser than the Unformated Capacity of a Hard Disk. Do take a look at this article Formatted capacity confusion clarified
Storage hardware is using the base 10 system and software is using the base 2 system. So no storage is actually lost, it is just a question of how the information is represented.
This paper supports this conclusion with three real application benchmarks running on IBM’s Rackswitch G8316, a 40Gb Ethernet aggregation switch, in conjunction with Chelsio Communications’ 40Gb Ethernet Unified Wire network adapter. This paper shows how iWARP offers comparable application level performance at 40Gbps with the latest InfiniBand FDR speeds.
This document presents data comparing the performance of two well-known HPC applications and the impact of performance and bench-marked performance between
1GE, 10GE and InfiniBand. This paper is from ARISTA
This white paper is on a large research institute tht has achieve 36 TeraFLOPS with at least 84% efficiency using HPL benchmark on a cluster of 4032 cores using 10GB Ethernet iWARP Fabric and cut-through ARISTA switch