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DOE Funds $13M for Adapting Scientific Software to Run on Exascale Supercomputers

July 21, 2021 — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced more than $13 million for five advanced-computing projects across nine states, including $4.4 million to U.S. universities. The projects will focus on adapting scientific software to run on the coming generation of increasingly powerful supercomputers. The goal is to decrease the effort necessary […]

ECP and ALCF to Host June 21 Twitter Chat on Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack https://wp.me/p3RLHQ-mQa

On June 21 at 2 p.m. ET, the Exascale Computing Project (ECP) and the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility will host a chat on ECP’s Twitter account (@exascaleproject) that will address several questions concerning the Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S) that ECP is developing for the nation’s forthcoming exascale systems. E4S will have a far-reaching impact on the […]

Atos HPC Software Suites

This whitepaper, “Atos HPC Software Suites,” from our friends over at Atos explains the main features  and functionalities of the Atos HPC Software Suites and shares the company’s vision for the significant evolutions coming next in the HPC software arena.

Atos HPC Software Suites

This whitepaper from our friends over at Atos explains the main features  and functionalities of the Atos HPC Software Suites and shares the company’s vision for the significant evolutions coming next in the HPC software arena.

Atos Launches HPC Software Suites

Paris, November 19, 2020 – Atos today announces its new HPC Software Suites designed to enable users to better manage their supercomputing environments, optimize performance and reduce energy consumption. These software suites can be used on Atos’ BullSequana X supercomputer product line. HPC Software Suites includes: Smart Data Management Suite, Smart Energy Management Suite, Smart Performance Management Suite and Smart Management […]

Building the business case for Hybrid HPC Cloud

Over the past two years, we’ve seen a dramatic acceleration in cloud adoption for HPC. Intuitively cloud computing makes sense — it enables organizations to rent rather than buy expensive HPC hardware, deploy solutions faster, reduce capital investments, and focus on core competencies. Software company Univa highlights the reason behind the recent cloud adoption boom among the HPC community, and the benefits of the hybrid HPC cloud.

Exploring the Possibilities of Deep Learning Software

This is the second post in a five-part series from a report that explores the potential of unified deep learning with CPU, GPU and FGPA technologies. This post explores the possibilities and functions of software for deep learning.

Challenges to Managing an HPC Software Stack

The HPC system software stack tends to be complicated, assembled out of a diverse mix of somewhat compatible open source and commercial components. This is the second article in a four-part series that explores using Intel HPC Orchestrator to solve HPC software stack management challenges. Download the full insideHPC Special Report.

HPC Software Stacks: Making High Performance Computing More Accessible

More than 200 researchers at the University of Pisa use high performance computing (HPC) systems in their quantum chemistry, nanophysics, genome sequencing, engineering simulations and areas such as big data analysis. The University’s IT Center has moved to a pre-integrated HPC software stack designed to simplify software installation and maintenance. This sponsored post from Intel shows how a  pre-integrated, validated and supported HPC software stack allows the University of Pisa to focus on research. 

Supporting Diverse HPC Workloads on a Single Cluster

 High Performance Computing is extending its reach into new areas. Not only are modeling and simulation being used more widely, but deep learning and other high performance data analytics (HPDA) applications are becoming essential tools across many disciplines. This sponsored post from Intel explores how Plymouth University’s High Performance Computer Centre (HPCC) used Intel HPC Orchestrator to support diverse workloads as it recently deployed a new 1,500-core cluster.