Are we moving in the right direction to achieve necessary levels of global collaboration on exascale development? Is 2018 an achievable goal? Are China, Europe and the rest of the world outpacing the U.S. with technology research? Are we doing enough? What lessons are we learning and, more importantly, are we using what we’ve learned to make better decisions?
In this feature interview, Dave Turek, Vice President of Deep Computing at IBM, dives into some of today’s most pressing questions to give us a thought provoking, balanced perspective. Dave explores topics from ‘global collaboration’, thoughts on ‘heterogeneous or homogeneous systems’ and his own personal observations on what the scientific computing can do today – and over the next seven years – to prepare for the exascale systems of tomorrow.