Growing momentum was the watchword at the inaugural OpenPOWER European Summit this week, where the OpenPOWER Foundation made a series of announcements today detailing the rapid growth, adoption and support of OpenPOWER across the continent. ” With today’s announcements by our European members, the OpenPOWER Foundation expands its reach, bringing open source, high performing, flexible and scalable solutions to organizations worldwide.”
At insideHPC, are very pleased to publish the Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC16 in Salt Lake City. We designed this Guide to be an in-flight magazine custom tailored for your journey to SC16 — the world’s largest gathering of high performance computing professionals. “Inside this guide you will find technical features on supercomputing, HPC interconnects, and the latest developments on the road to exascale. It also has great recommendations on food, entertainment, and transportation in SLC.”
The Networking at SC (WINS) program officially launched today. Funded through a grant from the NSF and ESnet, the program sponsors eight career women in the research and education network community to participate in the build out and live operation of SCinet. “Not only is WINS providing hands-on engineering training to the participants but also the opportunity to present their experiences with the broader networking community throughout the year.”
Next month at SC16, Dr. Thomas Schulthess from CSCS in Switzerland will present a talk entitled “Reflecting on the Goal and Baseline for Exascale Computing.” The presentation will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 11:15 am in Salt Palace Ballroom-EFGHIJ.
The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) has joined the OpenPOWER Foundation. The news will be part of a keynote address by BSC Director, Mateo Valero at the OpenPOWER Summit Europe, which takes place this week in Barcelona.
In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team previews the SC16 Student Cluster Competition. To get us primed up, Dan gives us his impressions of the 14 teams competing this year. That’s a record number! “The Student Cluster Competition was developed in 2007 to immerse undergraduate and high school students in HPC. Student teams design and build small clusters, with hardware and software vendor partners, learn designated scientific applications, apply optimization techniques for their chosen architectures, and compete in a non-stop, 48-hour challenge.”
The Dell HPC Community at SC16 has posted their Meeting Agenda. “Blair Bethwaite from Monash University will present OpenStack for HPC at Monash. After that, Josh Simons from VMWare will describe the latest technologies in HPC virtualization.” The event takes place Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Radisson Hotel in Salt Lake City.
Intel has announced the availability of Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software V22.214.171.124. This maintenance release has the latest CVE updates from RHEL 7.2. Intel also announced a pair of Lustre events coming to SC16 in Salt Lake City.
IDC will hold its annual Analyst Briefing and Breakfast at SC16. Free for attendees, the event takes place 7:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at the Hilton Salt Lake City Center. “Join IDC industry analysts as they present their expert opinions and analysis on the technical computing market and the future of high-performance computing.”
Today Allinea Software announced that the compay will hold series of New Software Performance Briefings at SC16. The briefings will be held at the Allinea booth #1508 in Salt Lake City. This year at SC, we’re giving booth visitors the opportunity to find out more about what they don’t know about their software performance,” said […]