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Video: Teens Apply HPC at SDSC Summer Program

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In this video, student participants in Research Experience for High School Students (REHS) program discuss their experiences using HPC resources at the San Diego Supercomputer Center at UC San Diego (SDSC).

Introducing the Intel Modern Code Community

Scott Apeland, Director, Intel Developer Program

“Building on the success of the Intel Parallel Computing Centers, Intel is announcing the Intel Modern Code Developer Community to help HPC developers to code for maximum performance on current and future hardware. Targeting over 400,000 HPC-focused developers and partners, the program brings tools, training, knowledge and support to developers worldwide by offering access to a network of elite experts in parallelism and HPC. The broader developer community can now gain the skills needed to unlock the full potential of Intel hardware and enable the next decade of discovery.”

Job of the Week: Director of Sales at Ryft

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Ryft in San Francisco is seeking a Director of Sales in our Job of the Week.

Video: HPC Workloads using Docker

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In this video from ISC 2015, Wolfgang Gentzsch from The UberCloud presents: HPC Workloads Using Docker. “The UberCloud Project provides an environment to run HPC workloads on a variety of cloud providers. Wolfgang elaborates on the projects and provides his experience about the roadblocks towards a more flexible cloud-backed HPC future.”

Agenda Posted for HPC User Forum, Sept. 8-10 in Broomfield

Steve Conway and Earl Joseph of IDC

IDC has published the agenda for their next HPC User Forum. The event will take place Sept. 8-10 in Broomfield, CO.

Knights Landing Prototype Powers Cosmology at ISC 2015

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In this video from the Intel booth at ISC 2015, Dr Juha Jäykkä, ‎COSMOS System Manager at 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.”

Coral and Intel’s Scalable System Framework – The Path to Exascale

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“HPC has reached an inflection point with the convergence of traditional high performance computing and the emerging world of Big Data analytics. Intel’s HPC Scalable System Framework enables an unprecedented level of system balance, performance, and scalability necessary to meet the demands of bot compute- and data-intensive workloads, today and well into the future.”

Video: Argonne Presents HPC Plans at ISC 2015

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“In April 2015, the U.S. Department of Energy announced a $200 million supercomputing investment coming to Argonne National Laboratory. As the third of three Coral supercomputer procurements, the deal will comprise an 8.5 Petaflop “Theta” system based on Knights Landing in 2016 and a much larger 180 Petaflop “Aurora” supercomputer in 2018. Intel will be the prime contractor on the deal, with sub-contractor Cray building the actual supercomputers.”

Intel’s Raj Hazra on the Convergence of HPC & Big Data at ISC 2015

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In this video from ISC 2015, Intel’s Raj Hazra explores how new innovations and Intel’s Scalable System Framework approach can maximize the potential in the new HPC era. Raj also shares details of upcoming Intel technologies, products and ecosystem collaborations that are powering these breakthroughs and ensuring technical computing continues to fulfill its potential as a scientific and industrial tool for discovery and innovation.

Video: CSCS Focuses on Sustainability at ISC 2015

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In this video from ISC 2015, Michele De Lorenzi sits down with Rich Brueckner from insideHPC to discuss the latest updates from the conference and how the CSCS booth is constructed to reflect Switzerland’s focus on sustainability.