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  • Metal or Plastic Liquid Cooling Connectors? What You Should Consider

    With recent advances, high-performance thermoplastic now offers performance that rivals, and in some cases, surpasses their metal counterparts. Design engineers have to take several factors into consideration when trying to choose between metal or plastic quick disconnects. This guest article from CPC takes a look at the differences between metal and plastic liquid cooling connectors, and the benefits and challenges to each. [READ MORE…]

  • Penguin Computing builds Caviness Cluster for Machine Learning at the University of Delaware

    Penguin Computing has deployed a new HPC cluster at the University of Delaware. The Caviness cluster is named in honor of Jane Caviness, former director of Academic Computing Services at the University. “It is great to have our new cluster be named after Jane Caviness, who has played a very important role in establishing high performance computing at University of Delaware.” [READ MORE…]

  • NVIDIA and Pure Storage Power Ai for Oncology with PAIGE

    The battle against cancer is now being fought at the data level. A new Ai Startup called PAIGE hopes to revolutionize clinical diagnosis and treatment in pathology and oncology through the use of artificial intelligence. “Through its partnership with Igneous, PAIGE will be able to securely and efficiently manage 8 petabytes of unstructured data, including anonymized tumor scan images and clinical notes, as part of an integrated machine learning-based healthcare AI workflow anchored by an industry-leading Pure Storage FlashBlade and NVIDIA GPU compute cluster.” [READ MORE…]

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  • An Introduction to High Performance Computing

    In this video, Bill Jenkins from Intel presents and introduction to High Performance Computing. “This online training will provide a high-level introduction to high performance computing, the problem it solves and the vertical markets it solves it in. Rather than focusing on the step by step, this training will educate into the concepts and resources available to perform the data analytics process and even also discuss where accelerators can be used.” [READ MORE…]

  • Podcast: Improving Parallel Applications with the TAU tool

    In the podcast, Mike Bernhardt from ECP catches up with Sameer Shende to learn how the Performance Research Lab at the University of Oregon is helping to pave the way to Exascale. “Developers of parallel computing applications can well appreciate the Tuning and Analysis Utilities (TAU) performance evaluation tool—it helps them optimize their efforts. Sameer has worked with the TAU software for nearly two and a half decades and has released more than 200 versions of it. Whatever your application looks like, there’s a good chance that TAU can support it and help you improve your performance.” [READ MORE…]

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  • Best of arXiv.org for AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning – December 2018
    In this recurring monthly feature, we will filter all the recent research papers appearing in the arXiv.org preprint server for subjects relating to AI, machine learning and deep learning – from disciplines including statistics, mathematics and computer science – and provide you with a useful “best of” list for the month.

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  • Radio Free HPC Reviews Highlights from the CHPC Conference in South Africa

    In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks back at the highlights of the 2018 CHPC Conference in South Africa. With over 500 attendees, the event featured a set of keynotes on high performance computing as well as a Student Cluster Challenge and a Cyber Security Competition. [READ MORE…]

  • Video: How DDN Powers HPC & Ai Applications

    In this video from SC18 in Dallas, James Coomer from DDN describes how the company powers HPC and Machine Learning applications. “Organizations around the world are leveraging DDN’s people, technology, performance and innovation to achieve their greatest visions and make revolutionary insights and discoveries! Designed, optimized and right-sized for Commercial HPC, Higher Education and Exascale Computing, our full range of DDN products and solutions are changing the landscape of HPC and delivering the most value with the greatest operational efficiency. Meet with our team of technologists to see how DDN is delivering the most optimized and efficient storage solutions for HPC, AI, and Hybrid Cloud.” [READ MORE…]

  • Video: Lenovo Leads the TOP500 with Innovative HPC Cooling Technologies

    In this video from SC18 in Dallas, Scott Tease from Lenovo describes how the company is leading the TOP500 with innovative HPC cooling technologies. “At #8 on the TOP500, the Lenovo-built, hot-water cooled SuperMUC system at the LRZ in Germany is one of the most power efficient supercomputers on the planet. With more than 241,000 cores and a combined peak performance of the two installation phases of more than 6.8 Petaflops.” [READ MORE…]

  • Red Hat Steps Up with HPC Software Solutions at SC18

    In this video from SC18 in Dallas, Yan Fisher and Dan McGuan from Red Hat describe the company’s powerful software solutions for HPC and Ai workloads. “All supercomputers on the coveted Top500 list run on Linux, a scalable operating system that has matured over the years to run some of the most critical workloads and in many cases has displaced proprietary operating systems in the process. For the past two decades, Red Hat Enterprise Linux has served as the foundation for building software stacks for many supercomputers. We are looking to continue this trend with the next generation of systems that seek to break the exascale threshold.” [READ MORE…]

  • Watch Now: the @insideHPC Documentary about Dogs and the People Who Love Them

    I would like share this very special film with all my readers who happen to be Dog lovers. “Once there was a Giant” is a short documentary film about Dogs and the Dog Owners who love them. Written and Directed by Richard Brueckner, this film premiered in Portland on Halloween and is now live on YouTube. [READ MORE…]

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