- Designed specifically for the Intel® Omni-Path Host Fabric Interface (Intel® OP HFI)
- Deliver performance that scales with high node and core counts
- Support 100 Gbps per port
The next-generation High Performance Computing (HPC) fabric includes robust architecture and feature sets, support for 100 Gb/s throughput, and scalability to exascale—and beyond.
Many of the world's fastest computers today user Intel IPA switching fabric.
Machine Learning time-to-train reduced significantly with scaled clusters connected with Intel® OPA.
Intel’s Scott Misage chats about on Intel® Omni-Path Architecture’s strong market uptake, recent deployments and gives a sneak peek of what Intel® OPA will be talking about at SC17.
A multi-mission resource, Pittsburgh Supercomputer deploys Bridges with HPE system.
Cray’s HPC supercomputer for Kyoto University services researchers worldwide.
CU Boulder’s RMACC Summit Supercomputer Broadens Subatomic to Galactic Horizons with Dell EMC system.
Intel® technologies advance supercomputing at National Laboratories for U.S. Security.
Lenovo expresses support for Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA), which speeds up the data “commute” in HPC data centers like the MARCONI Supercomputer.
Munira Hussain highlights Dell’s HPC solutions featuring Intel® Omni-Path Fabric (Intel® OP Fabric) and compares performance benchmarks on the Dell PowerEdge Server*.
Argonne National Laboratory selects Intel's HPC scalable system framework to power the upcoming Aurora supercomputer.
Intel® Omni-Path Fabric (Intel® OP Fabric) has a robust architecture and feature set to meet the current and future demands of HPC at a cost-competitive price to today's fabric. Intel® Fabric Builders members are working to enable world-class solutions based on the Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA) with a goal of helping end users build the best environment to meet their HPC needs.