Professor Gianluca laccarino from Stanford presented this talk at the Stanford HPC Conference. “The Thermal & Fluid Sciences Affiliates Program (TFSA) is the industrial liaison program of the Thermosciences Group and Flow Physics and Computation Group of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stanford University. The program was started over 45 years ago to establish and maintain close ties between the Stanford faculty and engineers in industry.”
Although many initially thought that liquid and servers should probably never mix – what if the server cooling is done in a completely controlled and secured environment? Liquid submersion cooling has the potential to revolutionize the design, construction, and energy consumption of data centers around the world.
ISC’14 will feature a Startup panel discussion in the Exhibit Hall Monday, June 23 at 3:15pm. To learn more, I caught up with panel moderator Michael Feldman from Intersect360 Research.
Through the new Intel Parallel Computing Centers, the company hopes to accelerate the creation of open standard, portable, scalable, parallel applications by combining computational science, hardware, programmer tools, compilers, and libraries, with domain knowledge and expertise. [Read More...]
Glen Lockwood writes that supercomputers are becoming more usable and accessible to mere mortal computer users. Using web-based frontends to completely abstract the supercomputer is an emerging trend in supercomputing that is growing by leaps and bounds because it puts the utility of supercomputing in the hands of researchers who have literally zero experience in supercomputing. [Read More...]
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