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Archives for June 2013

SC13 Goes In-depth with Full-day Workshops

  SC13 will be here before you know it, and this year the conference will include several full-day and half-day workshops that complement the overall Technical Program. These workshops are geared toward providing interaction and in-depth discussion of stimulating topics of interest to the HPC community. Read the Full Story.

Video: Adaptive Computing CEO Looks Forward at ISC'13

In this video from the ISC’13, Rob Clyde from Adaptive Computing discusses the company’s new Workload Optimization Pack for Cluster Platforms as well as a recent win at Baden-Württemberg. We look forward to playing an integral role in advancing these research endeavors by helping the bwHPC team accomplish more work in less time, and in […]

University of Florida Lands $8 million Award for Supercomputing Research

This week the University of Florida received an $8 million federal award and was named one of six universities nationwide tapped to conduct HPC simulations aimed at addressing some of the world’s most complex problems. The College of Engineering formed the Institute for Computational Engineering three years ago in order to help our faculty leverage […]

Video: Lustre Community Comes Together at ISC'13

In this video, Galen Shipman (Chairman of OpenSFS) and Hugo Falter (Director of EOFS) discuss the state of the Lustre community at ISC’13. In related news, you can watch the Lustre Breakfast Panel from ISC’13 or check out more from the conference at our ISC’13 Video Gallery.

NVIDIA Tesla GPU Accelerators Power World's Most Energy Efficient Supercomputer

Today NVIDIA announced that the company’s Tesla GPU accelerators are powering the world’s two most energy efficient supercomputers, based on the newly published Green500 list. Raw performance is no longer the exclusive measure of the value and impact of supercomputers,” said Sumit Gupta, general manager of the Tesla Accelerated Computing Business Unit at NVIDIA. “All […]

Video: HPC Analyst Crossfire at ISC'13

In this video, Addison Snell of Intersect360 Research moderates HPC Analyst Crossfire at ISC’13. Panelists: Bob Bishop, ICES Foundation Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology Marie-Christine Sawley, Intel Naoya Tamura, Fujitsu

HPC Advisory Council Spain Conference Coming to Barcelona Sept. 12

  The HPC Advisory Council will host the 2nd Annual HPC Advisory Council Spain Conference in Barcelona on September 12th, 2013. Co-hosted by the Barcelona Supercomputer Center, the conference will bring together system managers, researchers, developers, computational scientists and industry affiliates to discuss recent developments and future advancements in high performance computing. Speaker and sponsorship […]

Video: Brent Gorda on the State of the Lustre Community at ISC'13

In this video from ISC’13, Brent Gorda from the Intel High Performance Data Division describes the growth of the Lustre Community as well as the company’s recent launch of the Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre. Enterprise users are looking for cost-effective and scalable tools to efficiently manage and quickly access large volumes of data to […]

Manufacturing Simulation? There's an App for that!

Ohio’s Third Frontier Commission is funding an effort to boost Ohio businesses through modeling and simulation. With a $3 million grant to the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC), project partners will design and deploy easy-to-use advanced “manufacturing apps” through the group’s Intelligent Simulation Platform program. Many large manufacturers have embraced simulation-driven design to achieve a degree […]

Renowned HPC System Architect Alan Gara Talks About Exascale Pathfinding

“It seems that, in order to understand the Application Challenges of the next 7-10 years, we need to have a handle on what the new technologies might be that developers will have to work with. Yet it seems like almost every aspect – every echnical details – related to the technologies of the future, particularly with exascale are up in the air right now. Have you determined some approaches that application developers could actually be using today to insure they have code that will be scalable on exaflops machines?”