Bright Computing today announced that it will be demonstrating full support for the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors at the SC1 conference in Salt Lake City. Based on Intel Many Integrated Core (MIC) architecture, this new technology speeds up highly parallel technical applications while leveraging existing programming tools and methods. We package everything that’s necessary to […]
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.