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PRACE Selects SMEs for the SHAPE HPC pilot

The PRACE SHAPE Pilot was recently established to motivate SMEs to use HPC for industrial innovation and competitiveness, has selected 10 SME applicants to participate.

John West on Why HPC Matters


John West from DoD Mod writes that the 25th anniversary of the Supercomputing conference should remind us of the importance of HPC in our daily lives.

SC14: Enter the “HPC Matters” Video Challenge


SC14 will take place in New Orleans next year, and the conference is already promoting a communications campaign entitled “HPC Matters.” You can help carry this message by producing your own #HPCMatters videos, and maybe even win yourself a free registration for next year.

HPC Vanguard Award Goes to Thomas Sterling at SC13


Today The Exascale Report announced that Dr. Thomas Sterling is the first recipient of the HPC Vanguard Award in recognition of his outstanding leadership role in the HPC community’s strategic push to achieve exascale levels of supercomputing performance.

Slidecast: Strongbox Shared Storage for HPC Data Protection


“StrongBox is a network attached storage (NAS) appliance that is purpose-built to lower the costs of long-term storage and protection for unstructured, fixed content. By pairing a flexible, policy-driven disk cache with Linear Tape File System (LTFS) technology, StrongBox empowers you to control storage costs without sacrificing data availability.”

Huawei Showcases HPC Cloud at SC13

This week at the SC13 conference, Huawei announced a wide array of next-generation server, storage and networking products for HPC. Designed for HPC architects building HPC clouds — the new products support a wider range of HPC applications than purpose-built clusters deployed in the past.

Eurotech Introduces Mini HPC Systems at SC13

This week Eurotech announced their new concept of mini HPC system at SC13.

Slidecast: Silicon Photonics for HPC Interconnects


Brian Welch from Luxtera describes how the company delivers a broad range of disruptive computer communications with silicon photonics.

Scyld HCA Turns Any HPC Linux Cluster into a Managed Hybrid Cloud

Today Penguin Computing announced the Scyld HCA, an HPC Cloud Appliance that turns any HPC Linux cluster into a fully managed HPC hybrid cloud environment. Designed for ease of use, the new appliance also provides seamless hybrid access to Penguin Computing on Demand (POD) to support cloud-bursting.

insideHPC Pub Crawl – Locals’ Guide to Bars and Entertainment in Denver

Denver has great bars and entertainment in store for your visit to the Mile-High City. You’ll find that most of the fun places are in the LoDo area of Downtown. It’s a bit of a hike from the convention center, but you can hop on the free 16th Street Mall Shuttle and get off on […]