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Miha’s Retrospective on Grid Engine

Clipped from: my-inner-voice.blogspot.com (share this clip) Sun Alum Miha Ahronovitz writes that Grid Engine has developed many devoted fans over the years. If you want a metaphor, the Volkswagen Beetle created the cult car that made successful the entire company. Similarly, Grid Engine can be viewed as a not perfect, but fascinating product. It can […]

Contest: What Would You Do With a Petaflop?

Clipped from: blogs.nvidia.com (share this clip) To many of the HPC users I’ve talked to, the idea of an Exascale computer is not nearly as exciting as the advent of affordable Petaflop computing. To this end, Nvidia’s Sumit Gupta writes that the company is launching a contest to see what you would do with a […]

Registration Open for Accelerated HPC Symposium & GTC 12

Clipped from: www.lanl.gov (share this clip) Registration is now open for the Accelerated HPC Symposium, May 16-17, 2012. Hosted by Los Alamos National Labs, the event will be co-located with the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, CA. Much of the really exciting innovation in high-performance computing (HPC) is coming from accelerators, either in the […]

Argonne Supercomputer Run to Help Explain Antimatter Mass in the Universe

An international team of scientists has, for the first time, simulated the decay process of a kaon into two pions with extreme precision. The calculation took 54 million processor hours on the IBM BlueGene/P supercomputer at the Argonne National Lab and will help researchers explain why there is more matter than antimatter in the universe. […]

Interview: Bull to Showcase HPC Leadership at ISC’12

Our series of features on European HPC vendors continues with this interview with Pascale Bernier-Bruna from Bull. The company recently deployed the hybrid 2 Petaflop CURIE supercomputer, the first French Tier0 system open to scientists through the French participation in the PRACE research infrastructure. insideHPC: What is the current status of CURIE, the 2 Petaflop […]

HPC Wales Innovation Events to Entice the Missing Middle

Clipped from: www.hpcwales.co.uk (share this clip) HPC Wales is hosting a series of events to raise awareness of the power of supercomputing to drive innovation within SMEs. Supercomputing can benefit ANY business, whatever its size! It is a versatile technology that can be adapted to suit your business needs. HPC Wales aims to support innovative […]

Need Supercomputer Access? PRACE Issues Call for Proposals

Clipped from: prace-ri.eu (share this clip)   The European PRACE Research Infrastructure has issued their fifth Regular call for Project Access, inviting applications for high-end (Tier-0) computing resources to carry out projects which have high scientific quality and impact. Allocations will be for 1 year starting November 2012. Applications are due May 30, 2012.

Rice University to Host HPC Summer Institute

Clipped from: hpcsi.rice.edu (share this clip) The Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology at Rice University will nost the fourth annual week-long High-Performance Computing Summer Institute on June 4 – 8, 2012. Each day will consist of in-class instructions by leading experts covering MPI, OpenMP, Pthreads, OpenCL, CUDA, and OpenACC, as well as performance analysis […]

Webinar: New Accelerations for High-Performance Parallel Programming Languages over IB

Clipped from: www.mellanox.com (share this clip) On April 19, Mellanox will host a live, interactive webinar on the new advancements the company has developed to increase the performance and scalability of parallel programs over InfiniBand for high performance computing. The webinar will provide an overview of the parallel programming libraries that are using these accelerations, including […]

Tuesday Webinar: OpenACC – for Cray Supercomputers

Clipped from: www2.gotomeeting.com (share this clip) On Tuesday, April 10, Cray and Nvidia will host a webinar on OpenACC support in Cray’s current and future programming environments. The OpenACC programming model uses directives and compiler analysis to compile your existing C, C++ and Fortran codes for accelerator based supercomputers; this often allows you to maintain […]