Recently, AWS announced the general availability (GA) of Amazon EC2 Hpc6a Instances. With these instances, the company expands its portfolio of HPC compute options.
Earlier in November 2021, the company pre-announced the Hpc6a as a new HPC-optimized EC2 instance, which delivers 100 Gbps networking through Elastic Fabric Adapter (EFA) with 96 third-generation AMD EPYC processors (Milan) cores that run at frequencies up to 3.6 GHz and provide 384 GB of memory. With the GA of the instance, customers can efficiently run compute-intensive, high-performance computing (HPC) workloads, such as computational fluid dynamics, reservoir modeling, weather simulations, and finite element analysis.
Customers can provision Hpc6a instances alongside other instance types using AWS…