Video: The History of HPC at the DOE – A LANL Perspective

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In this video from the 2015 DOE OCIO Technology Summit, Gary Grider from Los Alamos presents: History of HPC at the DOE – A LANL Perspective.

Last week, the Office of the Chief Information Officer sponsored a Technology Summit on High Performance Computing hosted by the Chief Technology Officer. The Summit began with a high-level overview of how HPC came into existence followed by presentations of how HPC is being used in the community, and the challenges facing the technology’s use. Interview-style discussions with the speakers allowed for an honest deliberative exchange on a range of topics including data ownership questions, collaborative lab efforts, and the shift away from focusing almost exclusively upon how many peta-floating point operations per second a system uses as a measure.

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