Global Brain has invested in Cornelis Network, a spin-out startup from Intel, developing interconnect products for high performance computing (HPC), through its GB-VII Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership (GB-VII).
Cornelis Network spun out from Intel Corporation on September 2020 and develops and provides interconnect products for HPC, inheriting the products from Intel. With the popularization of AI and Big Data Analysis, the demand for HPC is continuously growing. HPC is a computing system where many server nodes collaborate each other to process huge volume of calculations at high speed. HPC platforms use interconnect products to interconnect many server nodes to realize high speed and high reliable data communication among the server nodes. In HPC, the most important thing is to optimize system performance as well as high functionality and high compatibility with 3rd party processors. Cornelis Networks’ interconnect products has competitive advantages in high functionality and is gaining the compatibility with 3rd party processors. This means that Cornelis Networks is greatly strengthen its existing market position.
Global Brain sees huge potential in the strong market position of Cornelis Networks. Its interconnect products are already deployed all over the world through its business through Intel Corporation, so, in Japan, the products have a lot of customers, mainly in enterprises and research institutes. Global Brain will provide hands-on support to Cornelis Networks in its business development in Japan and other Asian countries.
About Cornelis Networks
- Pennsylvania, United States
- Philip Murphy
- November, 2019
- GB-VII Growth Fund Investment Limited Partnership
- Partner Global Brain Corporation
About Global Brain
- Tokyo, Japan
- Yasuhiko Yurimoto
- January, 1998