In this video from the Adaptive Computing booth at SC14, Rich Brueckner from insideHPC presents Data and Goliath — Why Startups Own the Future of Big Data.
In this video from SC14, Keith Deakin from ICEOTOPE describes the company’s innovative cooling solutions for HPC. “Iceotope is the home of cutting edge liquid cooling technology. Its patented technology offers high density IT, reduces energy consumption and improves computing performance. Iceotope systems have no fans, are virtually silent in operation, and can be positioned in populated or hostile environments in addition to the traditional data centre. Iceotope’s mission is to reduce energy usage, improve performance and drive down the costs associated with high performance computing.”
Engineers are being asked to do more in less time to meet ever-tightening time-to-market schedules. To do so, they need to accelerate design by making use of advanced engineering software. However, such software requires computing processing power not available in a typical engineering workstation. Learn how a cluster can deliver aggregated computing power from its many processors with many cores to meet the processing demands of more complex engineering software, and therefore deliver results faster than individual workstations.
“The failure of one parallel language — even a high-profile, well-funded, government-backed one — does not dictate the failure of all future attempts any more than early failures in flight or space travel implied that those milestones were impossible. As I’ve written elsewhere, I believe that there are a multitude of reasons that HPF failed to be broadly adopted. In designing Chapel, we’ve forged our strategy with those factors in mind, along with lessons learned from other successful and unsuccessful languages. Past failures are not a reason to give up; rather, they provide us with a wealth of experience to learn from and improve upon.” [Read More…]
The SC14 communications team interviewed Trish to get her perspective on this year’s Supercomputing Conference. “There is a wealth of knowledge from experienced SC volunteers who continue to provide their expertise year after year. The volunteers of SC are the heart of creating the thriving conference each year. My job is to keep them motivated and moving in the same direction.” [Read More…]
- Announcing the 3rd Annual Irish Supercomputer List
- Is the US Back on the Road to Exascale?
- SDSC Gaming Display Encourages HPC for Young Minds at SC14
- AMD & Pathscale Join OpenACC While Nvidia Readies Compilers for IBM Power
- Interview with Maciej Besta & Torsten Hoefler – Authors of Best Student Paper at SC14
- Rex Computing Startup to Open Source Parallel CPU
- New STAC Benchmark: Nvidia Tesla K80 GPU
- Lenovo and Iceotope Announce new HPC Technology
- PSC Receives NSF Award for Bridges Supercomputer
- Largest European Bioinformatics Center Selects Mellanox InfiniBand
- Gigamon Enables SCinet Threat Detection at 100Gb Rates During SC14
- Slidecast: QNIBTerminal Plus InfiniBand – Containerized MPI Workloads
- Data Vortex Technologies Introduces Scalable Fine-Grained Gather-Scatter Parallel Computer at SC14