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Archives for February 2012

HPC Job of the Week: High Performance / Scientific Software Engineer at MTEQ

The MTEQ Technical Services Division is seeking a High Performance / Scientific Software Engineer in our Job of the Week. MTEQs Technical Services Division is seeking a competent, highly valued High Performance / Scientific Software Engineer to support programs at their Stafford, Virginia Offices. Develop, implement and integrate high performance parallel software for hyperspectral imagery […]

Penguin Computing to Distribute DDN Storage Solutions

Today Data Direct Networks announced that Penguin Computing will become a distributer of DDN’s Parallel File Systems, NAS, and Object Storage solutions for HPC Environments. Since 1998, DDN has been synonymous with award-winning storage solutions for data-intensive computing. Their groundbreaking parallel file storage solutions keep them on the cutting edge of the Big Data era […]

Cray Spiffs Up Multithreaded Architecture for uRIKA Big Data Appliance

Cray launched its new YarcData division only a few weeks ago, but in a surprise move today, the company announced its first Big Data appliance and a bevy of beta customers. Available today, the YarcData uRiKA graph appliance beging called a purpose-built solution for Big Data relationship analytics. The uRiKA graph appliance fills an unmet […]

Slidecast: OnApp Steps Up with Worldwide Federated Cloud

Imagine a worldwide cloud full of a worldwide network of 300 cloud service providers. That’s essentially what OnApp has created with something I’m calling the OverCloud. In this slidecast, Kosten Meteweli from OnApp presents: The Federated Cloud: What’s New for Hosts and Service Providers. The OnApp CDN Federation is a global network of CDN PoPs, […]

Submissions Open for SC12 Technical Program

SC12 is now accepting technical program submissions. The conference will take place in Salt Lake City on Nov. 10 – 16 and is expected to attract as many as 11,000 attendees from academia, industry and government. The SC conference is clearly the place where leading researchers in the field want to present their results. The increase in […]

Sponsored Post: A Letter from Shai Fultheim, CEO of ScaleMP to the HPC Community

Hello, Although you might be familiar with the solutions that ScaleMP offers to the HPC community, I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you more about our new product offerings and share with you my view about the datacenter of the future. With the growing demand is to handle larger jobs in less time, […]

Lustre Strength in Numbers – NetApp Joins OpenSFS and EOFS Communities

The Lustre community got a boost today with the announcement that NetApp has joined the OpenSFS and the European EOFS organizations. According to the company, this expanded collaboration with industry leaders worldwide builds further on NetApp’s continued investment in HPC. OpenSFS is pleased to welcome NetApp to our growing list of participants. With each new participant, our […]

Multi-core ARM Gets OpenCL Compiler from The Portland Group

Today The Portland Group released an OpenCL compiler for Multi-core ARM processors. The PGI OpenCL framework combines PGI compiler technologies developed and honed in the high-performance computing (HPC) market with the royalty-free OpenCL standard,” said Teppo Hemia, Head of Platform Business and Architecture at ST-Ericsson. “It enables ST-Ericsson customers to start developing and porting applications […]

Eadline’s Retrospective on Clustered HPC

Douglas Eadline has posted a brief history of parallel computing over at Admin HPC. From Beowulf clusters to multicore to hybrid computing, the industry continues to make the difficult into mainstream, and it’s nice to see this perspective from someone who’s been there from the get-go. One of the driving slogans of early Beowulf Clusters […]

InfiniBand Powers SGI Pleiades Super for Massive Space Weather Simulation

This week SGI announced that the Pleiades supercomputer at NASA Ames powered a huge space weather simulation enabled by the system’s high-speed interconnect. With over 60 miles of InfiniBand cabling and Mellanox components, the SGI ICE supercomputer has the largest IB network of any HPC system in the current Top 500 list. Accessing up to […]