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Knights Landing Prototype Powers Cosmology at ISC 2015

In this video from the Intel booth at ISC 2015, Dr Juha Jäykkä from University of Cambridge describes a cosmology demonstration running on prototype Intel Knights Landing and Omni-Path hardware.

At ISC 2015, unveiled new details for its future generation high performance computing products, including the first public “powered-on” demonstration of the Intel Omni-Path Architecture, a next-generation fabric technology optimized for HPC deployments.

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  1. Thanks, Rich. Good clip, three point correlation studies for galaxies / dark matter halos are difficult! But important to get both temperature and polarization signals (2 modes) modeled, and gravitational wave influence on the polarization B-mode signal. There seemed to be some dark energy coming in between audio segments! A hidden sector… 🙂

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