“The notion of High Performance Computing is evolving over time. So what was deemed a leadership class computer five years ago is a little bit obsolete. We are talking about the evolution not only in the hardware but also in the programming models because there are more and more cores available. Orchestrating the calculations in the way that can effectively take advantage of parallelism takes a lot of thinking and a lot of redesign of the algorithms behind the calculations.”
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This week HP rolled out a new lineup of density-optimized servers with innovative cooling technology. Tailor-made for the HPC market, the Apollo Series combines a modular design with innovative power distribution and air- and liquid-cooling techniques for extreme performance at rack scale, providing up to four times more performance per square foot than standard rack servers.
In this video from the recent Senate Appropriations Committee hearing on Federal Investment in Innovation, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz testifies on the importance of supercomputing and research at the National Labs. “I only brought one prop,” Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said as he pointed to a model of an artificial hand, generated by a 3D printer, that held an object resembling a baseball. “Its mesh construction is an amazing technology.”
In this video from the Rice Oil & Gas Workshop, John Fragalla from Xyratex presents: Tuning and Measuring Performance on Lustre. As an HPC Principal Architect, John Fragalla brings global expertise to Xyratex. He is a leader on many strategic and complex customer engagements worldwide, and provides technical advisement on future product development and direction within Xyratex and the industry to design storage solutions that meets customer requirements.
Intel Parallel Computing Centers are focusing on modernizing applications to increase parallelism and scalability. By enabling the advancement of parallelism, the Intel Parallel Computing Centers will accelerate discovery in the fields of energy, finance, manufacturing, life sciences, weather, and beyond.