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Guest Feature: A Look Back at ISC'11 by John Hengeveld

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld follows up on his recent preview of ISC’11 with some reflections on one of the biggest weeks in HPC. Well, ISC is over. I renewed some friendships, made some new friends, and even found a really good tapas restaurant. For me, ISC was fascinating. The industry, much […]

insideHPC Adds HPC Evangelist, John Hengeveld, As Featured Blogger / Columnist

PORTLAND, OREGON — May 27, 2011 — insideHPC, the web’s premier short-format HPC news site, today announced that Intel’s John Hengeveld, a well known HPC evangelist, will be a featured insideHPC blogger / columnist covering a wide variety of topics of interest to the global HPC community. Education and community awareness are priorities for all […]

Charles Wuischpard Moves to Intel: HPC People on the Move

Charles Wuischpard

New Updates! In this special feature, Dr. Lewey reports on who’s moving on up in High Performance Computing. Surprise moves and departures keep rolling into our news desk, so check back often.

Excitement at ISC13: Getting to the MilkyWay 2

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld describes the effort that went into building the fastest supercomputer on Earth. Milky Way 2 is amazing.. and whats more amazing is… you can build a similar system for your needs. So by now you have all heard about the MilkyWay 2 system in China that has […]

Video: Why the Size of the Data Does Not Define Big Data

In this video from the 2013 HPC User Forum, John Hengeveld from Intel presents: Big Data Use Cases – The Size of the Data does not define Big Data. Download the slides (PDF) or check out the HPC User Forum Video Gallery.

Video: Can Computers Cure Disease?

In this video from the Discovery Channel, Intel’s John Hengeveld describes how computers are replacing experimentation as a way to proceed down the scientific process of trial and error. Hengeveld wrote here recently about his experiences with a rare form of cancer and how researchers at Berkeley are using Big Data to save lives with […]

Video: Intel's Knights Corner Does 1 Teraflop on a Single Chip at SC11

In this video, Intel’s Raj Hazra showcases the company’s new Knights Corner HPC platform, which is capable of 1 Teraflop of performance on a single chip. Intel gave a three part story yesterday in their press luncheon. Two parts Intel MIC, one part Xeon Sandy Bridge.  Part 1, Intel reached an interesting milestone by demonstrating […]

Video: Intel HPC Briefing at IDF 2011

In this video, Intel’s John Hengeveld presents: Accelerating the Pace of Discovery. His talk is followed by UC Berkeley’s David Patterson presenting: Big Data, HPC, and Cancer. These talks were recorded at IDF 2011 in San Francisco. Download the PDF. A separate video shows the entire session (just the speakers, no slides) including a talk […]

Guest Feature: Looking forward to ISC 2011

In this special guest feature, Intel’s John Hengeveld lists the things he’ll be looking at ISC’11. I love the now annual trek to Hamburg for ISC. I love the eclecticism of the city. I love the garden by the convention center (which is a great jogging path…) It’s a great place to stop and take […]

Intel launches ScienceSim virtual world for education and visualization, ties in with SC09

In a post on Intel’s Research blog late last week, John Hengeveld announced an open invitation for ScienceSim Today we are publically [sic] inviting others to come to ScienceSim and investigate its use for building collaborative visualization tool.. Within ScienceSim’s world you’ll find some starting buildings, templates for forums and conference centers and the like. […]