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Podcast: Extreme Power and Cooling Efficiency at DownUnder Geosolutions

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks at an interesting presentation on Power and Cooling by Stuart Midgley from DownUnder Geosolutions. Their 250 Petaflop “Bubba” supercomputer uses immersive cooling for extreme density and power efficiency.

Leadership Performance with 2nd-Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

According to Intel, its new 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processor family includes Intel Deep Learning Boost for AI deep learning inference acceleration, fresh features and support for Intel Octane DC (data center) persistent memory, and more. Learn more about the offerings in a new issue of Parallel Universe Magazine.

Interview: Univa Steps Up with NAVOPS 2.0 for moving HPC Workloads to the Cloud

Today Univa announced the newest release of its popular Navops Launch cloud-automation platform. Navops Launch 2.0 delivers new capabilities to help simplify the migration of enterprise HPC workloads to the cloud, enabling enterprises to transition HPC workloads to the cloud while reducing costs by 30-40 percent. To learn more, we caught up with Univa CEO Gary Tyreman.

HPC Market Update from Hyperion Research

In this video from the HPC User Forum at Argonne, Earl Joseph from Hyperion Research presents and HPC Market Update. The company helps IT professionals, business executives, and the investment community make fact-based decisions on technology purchases and business strategy.

Parallelism in Python: Directing Vectorization with NumExpr

According to a new edition of Parallel Universe Magazine, from Intel, Python has several pathways to vectorization. These range from just-intime (JIT) compilation with Numba 1 to C-like code with Cython. A chapter from a recent edition of Parallel Universe Magazine, explores parallelism in Python.

Podcast: IO500 Benchmark Gains Traction

In this podcast, Radio Free HPC hosts the IO500 Steering Committee. “Storage is complicated and benchmarking it has too many complexities for the traditional kernel-like or application-specific approaches. Thanks to a few experienced and tenacious researchers, and the community that supports them, the IO500 has managed to put a credible stake in the ground, and is getting traction, with 101 entries on the current list and expecting many more by SC19.”

Thermoplastic Connectors Grow in Popularity Along with Liquid Cooling

As liquid cooling becomes more and more prevalent, new technology and types of connectors are becoming water cooler topics for those in the data and computing industries. According to a new report from CPC, long-term, leak-free performance in fluid management systems requires robust connectors. And advanced materials are growing the range of available QD options.

How SUSE Powers High Performance Computing

SUSE Linux Enterprise High Performance Computing provides a parallel computing platform for high performance data analytics workloads such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. Fueled by the need for more compute power and scale, businesses around the world today are recognizing that a high performance computing infrastructure is vital to supporting the analytics applications of tomorrow.

Supercomputing and the Scientist: How HPC and Analytics are transforming experimental science

In this video from DataTech19, Debbie Bard from NERSC presents: Supercomputing and the scientist: How HPC and large-scale data analytics are transforming experimental science. “Debbie Bard leads the Data Science Engagement Group NERSC. NERSC is the mission supercomputing center for the USA Department of Energy, and supports over 7000 scientists and 700 projects with supercomputing needs.”

7 Ways HPC Software Developers Can Benefit from Intel Software Investments

Intel has long focused on supporting HPC software. But, as the years have gone by, much has changed — and the company’s offerings have grown and evolved. A chapter from a recent edition of Parallel Universe Magazine, from this past July outlines this evolution and offers seven ways HPC software developers can benefit from Intel software investments.