Print ‘n Fly Guide to New Orleans Cuisine

It’s been four years since the SC supercomputing conference came to the great city of New Orleans. At insideHPC, we are getting ready with an all-new Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC14 New Orleans. To give you a taste of what’s to come, we’ve updated our popular Local’s Guide to New Orleans Cuisine. With the very best restaurants listed by neighborhood, the Local’s Guide is one of the most popular fixtures on insideHPC.

Leveraging Parallelism on Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors and Multicore Processors

With 69 contributors from academia and industry, a new book shows how to leverage parallelism on processors and coprocessors with the same programming, providing detailed illustrations of effective ways to combine Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors with multicore processors.

One Show You Won’t Want to Miss: The Intel® Parallel Universe Computing Challenge Returns to SC14

Eight teams representing supercomputer interests from all over the world will be participating in the fun and exciting Intel® Parallel Universe Computing Challenge at SC14. They will be competing for bragging rights and the opportunity to select a charity for an Intel donation of $26,000 (in recognition of SC’s 26th anniversary).

The Observer Effect – A Sci-Fi Original

Minute as its impact may be in our physical universe, the fact of quantum entanglement is this: If one logically inexplicable thing is known to exist, then this permits the existence of all logically inexplicable things.

It’s Here! The Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC13 in Denver

The all-new Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC13 in Denver is an in-flight magazine custom tailored for your journey to the Mile-High city at SC13. With in-depth features on Exascale, high-performance networks, and the history of the SC conference, Print ‘n Fly also has pointers to the best restaurants and bars in Denver.

The Observer Effect – A Sci-Fi Original coming to SC13

In this trailer for a sci-fi original story, an accident at an airport security checkpoint sets off a chain of events that cause a grand computer experiment to go awry.