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Introducing HPC Systems Integrated with Omni-Path Express Networking Fabric from Cornelis Networks
Advanced Clustering Technologies has partnered with Cornelis Networks to offer HPC clusters and servers with Cornelis Networks Omni-Path Express interconnect fabric technology. With the introduction of the Cornelis Omni-Path Express portfolio of products, Advanced Clustering's servers and clusters will be able to meet the demands of HPC environments in increments of 100 Gbps port bandwidth while providing low latency at extreme scale. Learn more about the features and benefits of the complete line of Omni-Path Express products, which includes 48-port edge switches, 6-slot Director Class switch (with support for up to 288 Gbps ports), and a 24-slot Director Class switch (with support for up to 1152 Gbps ports).

*** NOTE: If you are planning to buy HPC equipment in 2022, this is an important product for you to consider. The Omni-Path Express interconnect fabric from Cornelis Networks is able to ship right away unlike some other interconnects affected by supply chain shortages.***

Feb 2, 2022 01:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Russ Fromkin
As the Americas and Government Vice President of Sales at Cornelis Networks, Russ is responsible for all sales and business development within the region, as well as the world wide channel program. Prior to joining Cornelis Networks, Russ was the Director of Americas HPC and HPDA Sales for Intel Corporation for a number of years. Prior to leading the Americas HPC Sales for Intel, Russ held several positions including helping lead information Assurance, HPC, and Cloud Computing activities for the Intel Federal Sales team, as well as helping lead Intel’s return to the Embedded Military, Aerospace, and Government (MAG) business. Russ joined Intel Corporation in 1999 as part of an acquisition of Dialogic, where Russ developed and managed the ISV program and was a key member of the team creating and growing Dialogic’s Channel Sales program. Prior to Dialogic, Russ started and sold two companies during the 1990’s, including one to a NASDAQ listed company.
Glenn Brook
Glenn Brook is a Senior Solution Architect at Cornelis Networks. Prior to March of 2021, he was an employee of The University of Tennessee (UT) for 18 years, most recently within the Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS) between UT and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. At JICS, Glenn served as the Chief Technology Officer and the Director of the Application Acceleration Center of Excellence. He also served as the Principal Investigator for the NSF-funded Beacon project, which deployed and operated the accelerated computing system ranked #1 on the November 2012 Green500 list. Glenn is an adjunct faculty member at both UT and The University of Southern Mississippi. He currently serves as President of the Intel eXtreme Performance User Group. Glenn received his PhD in Computational Engineering from UT in 2008. He resides in Oak Ridge, TN.
Brandon Singer
Brandon Singer is a Sales Support Representative at Cornelis Networks. Brandon joined the Cornelis Networks team in July of 2021 after graduating from school in May. Brandon attended Penn State University to receive a degree in Industrial Engineering. While at Penn State, Brandon participated in multiple internships at Westinghouse Electric Company as well as spending one summer with H-Quest Vanguard. Currently, Brandon is living in the Philadelphia area.