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Mobile Edition: Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC15 in Austin


Welcome to the Mobile Edition of Print ‘n Fly Guide to Austin. “Formatted for your smartphone the Guide is custom tailored for your journey to SC15 — the world’s largest gathering of high performance computing professionals. Inside this guide you will also find technical articles on supercomputing, HPC interconnects, and the latest developments on the road to exascale.”

Allinea to Extend Performance Tools at SC15


Allinea Software will demonstrate significant extensions to their Forge integrated development tool suite and Performance Reports analytics tool at SC15. “Version 6.0 of both products delivers for developers, users, analysts and system administrators – not only on Intel Xeon and Xeon Phi platforms, but also ARM 64-bit and OpenPOWER platforms.”

Podcast: Dell Panels on NSCI and the Convergence of Big Data Coming to SC15


In this podcast, Stephen Sofhauser from Dell describes what’s coming up at the company’s exhibit at SC15 in Austin. With a 50×50 exhibit and two booth theaters, Dell will showcase how customers are using their technology to solve their toughest computational problems. “Our own Rich Brueckner from insideHPC will host a pair of panel discussions in the Dell booth #1009 on Wednesday, Nov. 18.”

CoolIT Systems to Showcase New Liquid Cooling Technologies at SC15


Today CoolIT Systems announced plans to showcase new server cooling technologies at the SC15 conference in Austin. Exhibiting at booth #163, CoolIT Systems will exhibit an expanded line of heat exchange solutions. Attendees will also find new customer case studies outlining the real-world benefits the industry is experiencing with liquid cooling.

HPC Thought Leaders Headline Intel Community Hub at SC15


“Looking for the HPC community thought leaders at SC15? You will find many of them at the Intel Community Hub where hourly interactive discussions will feature more than 35 community thought leaders over three-days. Speakers from organizations such as CERN, ANL, LANL, LLNL, TACC, and NERSC, along with updates on the U.S. National Strategic Computing Initiative, a talk from Nielsen on ‘Bridging the Worlds of HPC and Big Data’, and community discussion groups addressing topics on diversity in HPC, lessons learned from many code modernization efforts, the changing landscape of HPC storage, the latest HPC initiatives in Europe, and the latest views from the Lustre* community.”

Five Things Not to Miss in Austin


Austin a great destination for the SC15 conference. In this special guest feature from the Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC15, William Wallace describes five things not to miss in Austin.

A Foodie’s Guide to Restaurants and Entertainment in Austin


With SC15 in Austin this year, we all have a lot of good food and entertainment in store. In this special guest feature from the Print ‘n Fly Guide to Austin, William Wallace writes that there’s a lot more to this town than just BBQ. Here are the places not to miss!

SC15 Diversity Sessions Coming to Austin


The SC15 Blog has published a listing of Diversity Sessions not to miss. Just a week away, the SC15 conference runs Nov. 15-20 in Austin.

Video: Chapel – Productive, Multiresolution Parallel Programming

Brad Chamberlin, Cray

Brad Chamberlain from Cray presented this talk at the recent Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing. “We believe Chapel can greatly improve productivity for current and emerging HPC architectures and meet emerging mainstream needs for parallelism and locality.”

Smartphone App Keeps You Up to Date on SC15


SC15 has produced a handy Smartphone App for IOS and Android platforms. “Navigating the SC15 site from a phone is difficult, so the SC15 app comes in really handy when you’re trying to find a booth number on the show floor.”