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In this video, Laxmikant Kale from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign presents: Charm++ HPC with Migratable Objects. The presentation was recorded at the HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference 2013. Download the slides (PDF).
In this slidecast, Jason Stowe from Cycle Computing describes how the company spun up a 10,600 instance HPC cluster in 2 hours with CycleCloud on Amazon EC2. Using just one Chef 11 server and one purpose in mind, this on-the-fly cluster was used to accelerate life science research relating to a cancer target for a […]
In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team quits griping about the horrible WiFi at SC12 and moves on to a truly big issue: Are LINPACK and HPCC benchmarks useful? Should they be constantly re-evaluated? And shouldn’t you really test machines on the kinds of workloads they’re designed to run? The catalyst for this discussion […]
This week the Italian E4 Computer Engineering group launched the CARMA Cluster, a low-power HPC appliance that pairs an ARM processor with a Nvidia GPU. We felt an immediate connection with SECO in terms of experimentation and innovation,” said Simone Tinti, HPC Team Leader of E4 Computer Engineering. “The CARMA DEV kit on which our series is […]
In response to new U.S. Army travel restrictions, the DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP) has pulled their booth from SC12. Sources close to the matter inform us that no U.S. Army personnel, including executive level decision-makers, will be allowed to travel to non-DoD conferences for the remainder of 2012. SC12 is not the only […]
In this video, Calxeda co-founder David Borland describes the Boston Viridis server platform, which optimizes ARM-based Calxeda EnergyCore technology to achieve unprecedented power performance. We don’t worry about just watts, we optimize every milliwatt in the system.” Learn more at the LowPowerServers blog. In related news, AMD is reportedly ready to announce a 64-bit ARM […]
Over at LowPowerServers, writes that the Boston Viridis project is demonstrating highly parallel, ultra low power computing by utilizing Calxeda EnergyCore SOCs (System on a Chip) as opposed to a traditional x86 based architecture. The Boston Viridis Project is, in essence, a self contained, highly extensible, multi-node cluster with integral high- speed interconnect and storage […]
Today Penguin Computing announced a new ARM-based server platform. As the first North American system vendor with servers based on Calxeda’s EnergyCore processors, Penguin and its new UDX1 bring new levels of efficiency and scale to Internet datacenters with a power envelope of only 5 Watts per server. Power and cooling are the biggest facility […]
In this video, Dell’s Rafael Zamora describes a prototype from the company’s Project Copper, an ARM-based server platform that provides extremely high density (48 servers in 3U) and 50 percent less power consumption than comparable x86 devices. While not currently available to the public, Project Copper is a developers platform designed to seed an ecosystem […]