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Video: IIT Bombay's SpaceTime Supercomputer

This video provides a rare look into the IIT Bombay supercomputer center. The University’s “SpaceTime” system comprises 3200 processors, providing 24 Teraflops of compute capacity for researchers.

Students in India using Allinea to Cut Code Development Time by a Third

Allinea reports that students at IIT Madras are debugging and profiling parallel code in record time, using the company’s DDT and MAP tools.

Video: Big Data Science – Lessons and Experiences from Astronomy

In this video, Caltech’s Dr. George Djorgovski presents: Big Data Science in the 21st Century: Lessons and Experiences from Astronomy. He also discusses bridging the fields of astroinformatics and biomedical informatics. We moved from the era of data poverty to the era of immense overabundance, the embarassment of riches. You can check out more recent […]

Nvidia to Help Establish Exascale Research Lab in India

The Business Standard reports that Nvidia is collaborating with the Delhi Institute of Technology to reach its goal of achieving Exascale computing by 2017. The new Exascale Research Lab (ERL) will provide advanced ongoing research, testing, and technology development in a variety of areas including processor architecture, circuits, memory architecture, high-speed signaling, programming models, algorithms, […]

Seeking Your Nominations for SVC Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the SVC Awards, which acknowledge excellence in Storage, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing. Judged by a panel of HPC industry editors and analysts, these awards are a great way to recognize your customers. Nominations for the 2012 awards program are due by Oct. 17, 2012.

New Whitepaper Looks at IB vs. 10GbE for HPC Applications

A new whitepaper from Mellanox describes the HPC application performance advantages of InfiniBand vs. 10 Gig Ethernet. Written by Todd Wilde, Gilad Shainer, Pak Lui, and Tong Liu, the paper also makes the case that IB offers significant price/performance advantages as well. Due to the superior end to end latency, bandwidth, scalability and advanced features […]

Featured Sessions from GPU Technology Conference in Beijing

Clipped from: (share this clip)   Nvidia has posted videos and slides from the recent GPU Technology Conference in Beijing. You can see the full listing here, but we’ve gone ahead an highlighted some of the featured talks in the the HPC track. Weather & Climate Modeling GPU-based Operational Weather Model with Horizontal 500m […]

T-Systems and Alcatel-Lucent Spin Up 100Gbit Ethernet

Alcatel-Lucent and T-Systems [the corporate consumer arm of Deutsche Telekom] announced today that they have successfully deployed a 100Gbit link between data centers between the technical universities of Dresden and Bergakademie Freiberg.  The link, spanning 60km, utilizes both optical and IP technologies in order to transmit signals over a single wavelength. As far as network […]

Rocks-A-Palooza V Registration Open

Its that time of year again!  The nice folks in the Rocks cluster tools administration, user and development community are getting together for the fifth annual Rocks-A-Palooza conference.  The conference, taking place June 2-3, will take place in La Jolla, California at the UCSD Atkinson Hall [CaliIT2].  Lots happening this year, take a look: The […]

UCAR Releases VAPOR 1.4.2

UCAR has announced the latest release of the Visualization and Analysis Platform, or VAPOR application.  The new release, 1.4.2, is a minor release with fixes for a number of bugs introduced in version 1.4.0. A few of the bugs fixed in this release: .: Two-dimension data was not displaying correctly on all platforms. Problems were […]