• Supercomputing Galactic Winds with Cholla

    Using the Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a team of astrophysicists created a set of galactic wind simulations of the highest resolution ever performed. The simulations will allow researchers to gather and interpret more accurate, detailed data that elucidates how galactic winds affect the formation and evolution of galaxies. [READ MORE…]

Featured Stories

  • Micron Starts Volume Production of 1z Nanometer DRAM Process Node

    Today Micron Technology announced advancements in DRAM scaling, making Micron the first memory company to begin mass production of 16Gb DDR4 products using 1z nm process technology. “The optimized balance between power and performance will be a key differentiator for applications including, among others, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, 5G, mobile devices, graphics, gaming, network infrastructure and servers.” [READ MORE…]

  • Job of the Week: Senior HPC Specialist at New York University

    New York University is seeking a Senior HPC Specialist in our Job of the Week. “In this role, you will provide technical leadership in design, development, installation and maintenance of hardware and software for the central High-Performance Computing systems and/or research computing services at New York University. Plan, design, and install Linux operating system’s hardware, cluster management software, scientific computing software and/or network services.” [READ MORE…]

  • Video: Big Data is Dead, Long Live Its Replacement

    Tom Fisher gave this talk at the Samsung Forum. “Big Data is experiencing a second revolution. This talk will address what’s happened, how it happened and what big data is bridging too. Enterprise companies have to make business critical decisions in the coming years and the marketplace is not clear. The recent changes in the Big Data market will be reviewed as well as the effects on the related ecosystem. The goal of this presentation is to provide insights to engineers, data engineers and data scientists to better navigate a rapidly moving landscape.” [READ MORE…]

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Industry Perspectives

  • Moving HPC to the Cloud? Take our insideHPC Survey

    How big is the move to HPC in the Cloud? “A recent report from Hyperion Research indicate that as much as 10 percent of HPC workloads are already in cloud and that 70 percent of HPC centers are running some jobs in public clouds. Do these reports of increasing HPC Cloud migration match what you readers are experiencing? There is one quick way to find out–by taking our HPC Cloud Survey.” [READ MORE…]

  • Running AI and HPC Workloads Together on Existing Infrastructure Enhances Return on System Investments

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    Because HPC technologies today offer substantially more power and speed than their legacy predecessors, enterprises and research institutions benefit from combining AI and HPC workloads on a single system. This sponsored post from Intel explores the ins and outs of running AI and HPC workloads together on existing infrastructure, and how organizations can gain rapid insights, and experience faster time-to-market with advanced architecture technologies.  [READ MORE…]

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  • DAOS: Scale-Out Software-Defined Storage for HPC/Big Data/AI Convergence

    As an all-new parallel file system, DAOS will be a key component of the the upcoming Aurora supercomputer coming to Argonne National Laboratory in 2021. “DAOS is an open source software-defined scale-out object store that provides high bandwidth, low latency, and high I/O operations per second (IOPS) storage containers to HPC applications. It enables next-generation data-centric workflows that combine simulation, data analytics, and AI.” [READ MORE…]

  • GigaIO Steps Up with PCIe Gen 4 Interconnect for HPC

    In this video from ISC 2019, Marc Lehrer from GigaIO describes the company’s innovative HPC interconnect technology based on PCIe Gen 4. “For your most demanding workloads, you want time to solution. The GigaIO hyper-performance network breaks the constraints of old architectures, opening up new configuration possibilities that radically reduces system cost and protect your investment by enabling you to easily adopt new compute or business processes.” [READ MORE…]

  • Video: Tyan Computing Steps Up with Intel Xeon Scalable Processors for HPC at ISC 2019

    In this video, Rich Brueckner from insideHPC tours the Tyan booth at ISC 2019. The company exhibited a full line of HPC, storage and cloud computing server platforms. “TYAN’s leading portfolio of HPC, storage and cloud server platforms are based on the 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and are designed to help enterprises and data center service providers capture, process, and analyze big data faster and at a more powerful rate than ever before.” [READ MORE…]

  • Video: Verne Global joins NVIDIA DGX-Ready Program as HPC & AI Colocation Partner

    In this video, Bob Fletcher from Verne Global describes advantages the HPC cloud provider offers through the NVIDIA DGX Ready Data Center program. “Enterprises and research organizations seeking to leverage the NVIDIA DGX-2 System – the world’s most powerful AI system – now have the option to deploy their AI infrastructure using a cost-effective Op-Ex solution in Verne Global’s HPC-optimized campus in Iceland, which utilizes 100 percent renewable energy and relies on one of the world’s most reliable and affordable power grids.” [READ MORE…]

  • Realize the Massive Potential of Your AI Infrastructure with Bright Computing and NVIDIA

    “As organizations continue to leverage GPUs for HPC applications and also host AI workloads on existing HPC clusters, a growing trend is to add DGX servers to these clusters alongside traditional CPU-based Linux servers. Because Bright Cluster Manager is platform independent, combining DGX servers with servers from another vendor is easy and seamless, resulting in a single unified cluster that Bright can centrally manage and monitor.” [READ MORE…]

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