SC13 is seeking submissions for their “Walk-in Video Loop” of scientific visualizations. Displayed on the big screen before and after the plenary sessions, these videos will showcase the state-of-the-art in simulation footage. These videos will be projected on a 32’ by 18’ high definition surface and should have at least a 1920×1080 pixel resolution at […]
Archives for August 2013
insideHPC features a fresh, new design.
The Tightly Coupled Accelerators (TCA) architecture is designed to reduce the communication latency between accelerators over different nodes.
Argonne National Labs hosted a one-day workshop last week to surface unmet needs for Open Cloud research.
Tom Edsall from stealth startup Insieme Networks discusses some of the current trends in the data center from changing topologies to an applications focus.
Over at Lawrence Livermore, Donald B Johnston writes that the US National Labs are collaborating with their counterparts in the UK to help increase industrial competitiveness. As part of a memorandum of understanding signed this week by LLNL Director Parney Albright and Chief Executive John Womersley of the United Kingdom’s STFC, Livermore will share technology […]
A 24-year-old Pennsylvania hacker pleaded guilty today to accusations he tried to sell access to Energy Department supercomputers he unlawfully accessed.
Abhinava Sadasivarao from Infinera makes the case for Transport SDN.
Over at BizTech, Kym Gilhooly writes that a growing number of businesses are acknowledging “to compete, you must compute,” turning to HPC systems to supercharge modeling, simulation and data analysis. The commoditization of technologies used within HPC systems puts them within reach of SMBs, says James Lowey, vice president of technology at the Translational Genomics […]
This talk describes a multi-core shared memory controller interconnect with up to 12 processors and high-bandwidth IO to the SoC infrastructure.