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Hengeveld: Looking Back at HPC in 2012, Looking Ahead to 2013

In this guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld reviews the past year and looks ahead to the industry challenges HPC is facing 2013. Happy New Year Everybody!  For me, 2012 was very exciting and very stressful. On the one hand I had family engagements, graduations, the launch of Intel® Xeon® E5 processors, the launch of Intel® […]

Hengeveld: Intel Xeon Phi an Enterprise of Discovery

The Intel booth at SC12 includes an amazing replica of the bridge of the Starship Enterprise. In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld writes that being part of the launch of the Xeon Phi coprocessor this week at SC12 was like something right out of the movies. Compared to Sunday’s snows. Monday and Tuesday […]

Hengeveld: SC12 – A Path to Discovery, Changing Course through Outer Space

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld looks ahead to the SC12 conference. The HPC industry is driving fast down a familiar road. SC12 represents a sharp turn for the industry. We are going to see inflection point in Salt Lake City in a few dimensions. I am beyond excited by the dynamics of […]

Hengeveld: Big Data Meets HPC to Solve Hard Problems and Improve Lives

By John Hengeveld John Hengeveld is the HPC Segment Marketing Director for Intel’s Technical Computing Group.  His Intel Developer Forum session titled “Big Data Meets High Performance Computing” will take place at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Room 2002 of Moscone West, San Francisco. I’ve been hearing a lot buzz about “Big Data” … people talking […]

Hengeveld: 2012 – Application and Gnomes

My wife Jennifer is a late riser.  She goes to bed late after whatever fun or work she had the night before. She snoozes the morning away, and awakes noon-ish to me either making her breakfast (on the weekends) or calling her to wake her up (the rest of the time). She assumes that gnomes […]

Hengeveld: An Industry Perspective on SC11 and Disruptive Innovation

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld reflects on the amazing week that was SC11. There is so much to cover from SC11.  It was a thrilling week of meetings, technical sessions, and new technology.  I learned a lot, and appreciate how much of great and exciting ride we are in for in the […]

Hengeveld: 5 Things to Learn About at SC11

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld primes us for a great week at SC11. Tomorrow morning, I leave for SC11 in Seattle. I will dive into an immersive experience of a long string of press events, parties, customer meetings, speeches, technical talks, birds of a feather sessions, demos and marketing pitches. As everyone […]

Hengeveld: The Hugo Rule and Exascale

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld reflects on Exascale computing and China’s recent Blue Light supercomputing announcement. I had a historic moment of learning at ISC10 the night Kirk Skaugen announced the Intel® MIC programs commitment. We were perhaps a little celebratory in Hamburg as I went down the street with my wife […]

Hengeveld: Twists and Turns — Super Computing 2011

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld looks ahead to Data Intensive Science and other coming attractions at SC11. In a few weeks, Super Computing 2011 (SC11) will be in Seattle. I live in Portland, Oregon, so this is basically next door. I love Seattle. I love the flying fish, I love the Mariners […]

Hengeveld: Specialized HPC: ASCI RED, Roadrunner, Touchstone Delta, and WOPR – Where are they now?

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld ponders the fate of our most powerful supercomputers. Watching a Hollywood film the other day about the world’s fastest computer got me wondering–what happens to these colossal machines when they reach their end of life? The movie I saw was called Wargames: The Dead Code. I will […]