Pointwise has announced the latest release of its meshing software featuring new native interfaces to computational fluid dynamics codes.
Rich Brueckner from insideHPC moderated this panel discussion on current trends in HPC. “President Obama’s Executive Order establishing the National Strategic Computing Initiative (NSCI) will set the stage for a new chapter in leadership computing for the United States. In this panel discussion, thought leaders from leading supercomputing vendors share their perspectives on current HPC trends and the way forward.”
Jack Dongarra from the University of Tennessee will keynote the first-ever Intel HPC Developer Conference, Nov. 14-15 in Austin, Texas. “The Intel HPC Developer Conference offers high levels of access. This is your best opportunity to connect with Intel architecture experts, meet HPC industry leaders, and build a lasting network of peers. This is your best opportunity to connect with Intel architecture experts, meet HPC industry leaders, and build a lasting network of peers. The conference will also offer insights into the future of HPC with Intel experts on visualization, machine learning, software tools and much more.”
High Performance Computing has long been dominated by men, but there seems to be little hard data as to how our HPC community really looks in terms of diversity. Over at TOP500.org, John West calls for every HPC center, company, and research organization to create a diversity page that reflects the current state of their institution.
Jim Ganthier from Dell presented this talk at the HPC User Forum. “Dell HPC solutions are deployed across the globe as the computational foundation for industrial, academic and governmental research critical to scientific advancement and economic and global competitiveness. With the richness of the Dell enterprise portfolio, HPC customers are increasingly relying on Dell HPC experts to provide integrated, turnkey solutions and services resulting in enhanced performance, reliability and simplicity.”
Peter Hopton from Iceotope presented this talk at the HPC User Forum. “ExaNeSt will develop, evaluate, and prototype the physical platform and architectural solution for a unified Communication and Storage Interconnect and the physical rack and environmental structures required to deliver European Exascale Systems. The consortium brings technology, skills, and knowledge across the entire value chain from computing IP to packaging and system deployment; and from operating systems, storage, and communication to HPC with big data management, algorithms, applications, and frameworks. Building on a decade of advanced R&D, ExaNeSt will deliver the solution that can support exascale deployment in the follow-up industrial commercialization phases.”