insideHPC Video Archive We try to keep this page up to date, but you can always find our latest works on our RichReport YouTube Channel. 2013 Event Coverage: OpenFabrics Developer Workshop Video Gallery Lustre User Group Video Gallery Moabcon 2013 Video Gallery SC12 Featured Videos This year at SC12, we shot over 50 video interviews. […]
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Xyratex is showcasing its latest Lustre-powered ClusterStor HPC data storage solutions at SC12 this week. We’ve been very pleased with the market adoption of the ClusterStor 6000 HPC data storage solution we launched this summer, and we continue to see terrific results from our ongoing investment in the ClusterStor software management framework and the Lustre file […]
Samplify is relatively new company in the HPC market, but their APAX compression technology is already making waves in the market with both software and hardware approaches. To learn more, I caught up with Samplify’s CTO, Al Wegener, author of a new white paper that details how users can apply the APAX Profiler to increase […]
By: Mike Bernhardt & Doug Black
Last year, the annual global supercomputing conference, SC11, was packed with inspiring and encouraging demonstrations of scientific discovery, leading edge research and new technology prototypes. This year it will be quite different. The conference will still be crowded with attendees and undoubtedly buzzing with excitement, but it’s the long term impact to U.S. technology leadership we should all be concerned with.
Travel and participation requirements imposed on government employees have caused a number of government labs to cancel their plans for exhibit hall booths at SC12, leaving the demonstrations of their latest work and research efforts back in the gray cubicles of their government offices.
Energy efficiency will again be a hot topic at SC12, with at least 38 Technical Program sessions focused on energy efficiency. Natalie Bates from the Energy Efficient HPC Working Group (EE HPC WG) has written up a terrific Guide to Energy Efficiency Topics at SC12. Demand for HPC is growing in both the public and private […]
Presentations from a number of the technology leaders now show the stretch goal for achieving a working exascale system has moved out to 2020. Most of them quickly add that 2022 is perhaps even more realistic.
Just to clarify for our readers, 2018 was never a guaranteed delivery date for an exascale system. While some companies have stated they will have an exascale system by 2018, that’s about as credible as saying “we can build an exascale system today if price and power consumption don’t matter.”? Well, they do matter.
2018 was a stretch goal. It was a target to rally the entire industry and to give the race a sense of urgency. It was chosen based on what some people believed was achievable – in the broadest sense of the word.
Today Cray today announced that the Consortium for Advanced Research on Transport of Hydrocarbon in the Environment (CARTHE) will acquire a Cray XE6m supercomputer to help predict the fate of hydrocarbons released into the environment during normal and hurricane weather conditions. Funded funded by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI), CARTHE is a 10-year, […]
Hot Interconnect 2012 Presentation Videos insideHPC provided onsite coverage of Hot Interconnects 2012 in Santa Clara. George Papen presents: Hybrid Datacenter Networks. Caliper – Precise and Responsive Traffic Generator Posted: 2012-08-27 01:02:28 UTC In this video, Yashar Ganjali from the University of Toronto presents: Caliper – Precise and Responsive Traffic Generator. “This paper presents Caliper, a highly-accurate […]
In this video, Nick McKeown from Stanford presents: How SDNs Will Tame Networks. Networks are notoriously hard to debug. Today, we only have a rudimentary set of tools available, such as ping, traceroute, tcpdump, and netflow. These tools try to reconstruct the distributed state of the network in an ad-hoc fashion, while the state is […]
In this video, John Lockwood from Algo-Logic presents: A Low-Latency Library in FPGA Hardware for High-Frequency Trading (HFT). Recorded at the Hot Interconnects 2012 conference in Santa Clara. Current High-Frequency Trading (HFT) platforms are typically implemented in software on computers with high-performance network adapters. The high and unpredictable latency of these systems has led the […]