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Allinea Extends Performance Tools to CUDA

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Today Allinea announced CUDA 7 support for its DDT debugger. The news will be welcomed by HPC developers using the company’s Allinea Forge unified programming environment, which includes DDT and the Allinea MAP profiler.

Cavium Adds GPU Support to 64-bit ARMv8-A ThunderX Processor Family

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Today Cavium announced support for Nvidia Teslas GPUs in its ThunderX ARM processor family.

E4 Rolls Out ARM-based ARKA Servers for HPC and Big Data

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Today E4 Computer Engineering from Italy announced a new series of ThunderX ARMv8-A enabled ARKA dense computing sever product line.

Replay: GTC 2015 Keynote by Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang

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This week insideHPC will be streaming live keynotes from the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose. Today’s opening keynote will feature Jen-Hsun Huang, Nvidia CEO and Co-Founder and Elon Musk, founder and CEO of the Tesla Motor company.”

Earthquake Researchers at SDSC Win Nvidia Global Impact Award

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Today Nvidia announced that researchers at the San Diego Supercomputer Center have won the inaugural Global Impact Award and its $150,000 prize. The researchers were honored for their work using high performance computing to understand how earthquakes occur and their impact on the earth’s behavior.

Video: Satoshi Matsuoka on the Outlook for HPC in 2022

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In this video, Satoshi Matsuoka discusses the 2022 outlook for supercomputing as he accepts the IEEE Computer Society 2014 Sidney Fernbach Award. He received the award for his work on advanced infrastructural platforms, large-scale supercomputers, and heterogeneous GPU/CPU supercomputers.

insideHPC to Livestream Keynotes from GPU Technology Conference

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We are pleased to announce that insideHPC will be streaming live keynotes next week from the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose.

Test Bed Systems Pave the Way for 150 Petaflop Summit Supercomputer

Philip Curtis, a member of the High-Performance Computing Operations group at the OLCF, works with Pike, one of the test systems being used to prepare for Summit.

Oak Ridges is preparing for their upcoming Summit supercomputer with two modest test bed systems using Power8 processors. “Summit will deliver more than five times the computational performance of Titan’s 18,688 nodes, using only approximately 3,400 nodes when it arrives in 2017.”

Video: Bill Kramer on How Blue Waters Advances Science

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In this video, Bill Kramer from NCSA describes the ground-breaking science enabled by the Blue Waters supercomputer.

NICE DCV 2014 Does Remote 3D Applications in the Cloud

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Today NICE in Italy released the latest version of their DCV remote visualization technology.