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RCE Podcast: Jonathan Dursi on “HPC is dying, and MPI is killing it”
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RCE Podcast: Jonathan Dursi on “HPC is dying, and MPI is killing it”

In this RCE Podcast, Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Jonathan Dursi about his recent editorial entitled HPC is dying, and MPI is killing it. The article...

Multi-GPU Cluster to Power Deep Learning Research at NYU
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Multi-GPU Cluster to Power Deep Learning Research at NYU

Over at the Nvidia Blog, Kimberly Powell writes that New York University has just installed a new computing system for next generation deep learning research. Called...

Supercomputing New Materials for Improved Fuel Production
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Supercomputing New Materials for Improved Fuel Production

Researchers are using the Mira supercomputer at Argonne to accelerate the discovery of new materials for improved biofuel and petroleum production. The post Supercomputing...

SOSCIP in Canada Announces $20M Research Investment
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SOSCIP in Canada Announces $20M Research Investment

Today the Southern Ontario Smart Computing Innovation Platform (SOSCIP) announced a $20 Million investment to add new areas of focus—such as advanced manufacturing...

Hornet and SuperMUC to Provide 247 Million Core Hours for Scientific Research
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Hornet and SuperMUC to Provide 247 Million Core Hours for Scientific Research

The Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS) reports that the 10th PRACE Regular Call for Proposals resulted in GCS supporting 14 outstanding scientific research projects...

NASA Triples Discover Supercomputer Capacity for Earth Science
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NASA Triples Discover Supercomputer Capacity for Earth Science

The NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) is boosting supercomputer capacity to over 3 Petaflops to meet the exploding demands of NASA’s Earth science modeling...

Penguin Computing Goes Bright Box with Pica8’s Network OS
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Penguin Computing Goes Bright Box with Pica8’s Network OS

Today Penguin Computing announced that the company will offer the PicOS operating system as an option on the company's Arctica “bright box” top-of-rack switches...

Interview with Dr. David Rohr
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Interview with Dr. David Rohr

Dr. David Rohr is a postdoctoral scholar at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies (FIAS). He’s currently working on several projects related to high energy...

WestGrid Boosts Canadian Research Data
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WestGrid Boosts Canadian Research Data

Network upgrades are enabling more data-intensive science in Canada, reports WestGrid, one of four regional organizations working in partnership with Compute Canada...

SKA & AWS Seeking Proposals for AstroCompute in the Cloud
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SKA & AWS Seeking Proposals for AstroCompute in the Cloud

Today the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Organization announced that it is teaming up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to use cloud computing to explore ever-increasing...

Supercomputing Tidal Models with the STORM Project at LSU
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Supercomputing Tidal Models with the STORM Project at LSU

The Louisiana State University Center for Computation and Technology recently received a large grant from the National Science Foundation to begin updating theSupercomputing...

Penguin Computing Extends Open Networking with Artica Switches
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Penguin Computing Extends Open Networking with Artica Switches

Today Penguin Computing announced the Arctica 4804ip switch and a collaboration with Cumulus Networks. The post Penguin Computing Extends Open Networking with Artica...

PBS Pro Becomes Cray’s Preferred Workload Manager
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PBS Pro Becomes Cray’s Preferred Workload Manager

Today Altair announced an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) agreement with Cray Inc. PBS Professional is now Cray’s preferred workload manager and job scheduler...

Call for Papers: Novel Mathematical Methods for Exascale
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Call for Papers: Novel Mathematical Methods for Exascale

The Journal of Computational Science is seeking submissions for a special issue on The Route to Exascale: Novel Mathematical Methods, Scalable Algorithms Skills...

PSC Brings Big Bandwidth to Eight Pennsylvania Schools
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PSC Brings Big Bandwidth to Eight Pennsylvania Schools

The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is using Comcast Business Ethernet for secure, private network connections to eight associated colleges. The post PSC Brings...

Accelerating the Piz Daint Supercomputer with Allinea
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Accelerating the Piz Daint Supercomputer with Allinea

Today Allinea Software released details on partnership that is helping scientists in research and industry to exploit Piz Daint - Europe's most powerful supercomputer...

PRACE Celebrates Fifth Anniversary
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PRACE Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Today the PRACE Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe celebrated its fifth anniversary. In the past five years, PRACE has come a long way, growing from a...

NERSC to Install Cori Phase 1 Supercomputer this Summer
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NERSC to Install Cori Phase 1 Supercomputer this Summer

Today NERSC announced that their Cori Phase 1 system will be the first supercomputer installed in the new Computational Research and Theory Facility, which is now...

Supercomputing Challenge Winners Examine Nanotech for Fighting Cancer
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Supercomputing Challenge Winners Examine Nanotech for Fighting Cancer

This week LANL announced that high school students Meghan Hill and Katelynn James took the top prize in the 25th New Mexico Supercomputing Challenge. Their research...

Benefits of RackCDU D2C for High Performance Computing
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Benefits of RackCDU D2C for High Performance Computing

From bio-engineering and climate studies to big data and high frequency trading, HPC is playing an even greater role in today’s society. Without the power of HPC...
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