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Second week
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Second week

Hey kids, we have another winner in the “Bribery is Fair Play” survey contest! A lucky reader in the UK was selected at random from the pool of people who have...

Supercomputing behind
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Supercomputing behind

We’ve mentioned Wolfram Research’s new computational portal, Alpha, here before. A post at the company’s blog for the new product touches on some of the computational...

New
From insideHPC

New

SiCortex has announced two new entrants in their “Science to Science” webcast series. First, on May 26 Purdue University

EU fines Intel
From insideHPC

EU fines Intel

There is a lot of conversation about this, and most of it isn’t directly HPC related, so I don’t want to spend a lot of time on this decision but it seems like...

IBM announces productization of stream computing
From insideHPC

IBM announces productization of stream computing

IBM has been briefing pieces of

Britain establishes green IT
From insideHPC

Britain establishes green IT

The British Computer Society is establishing a certificate program in green IT. From an article at Enterprise IT Planet: The British Computer Society is seeking...

Green IT
From insideHPC

Green IT

Enterprise IT Planet has posted their weekly roundup of all things green. I’ve picked out a couple of items that may be of interest to you HPC readers out there...

NITRD Act passes
From insideHPC

NITRD Act passes

Sorry guys, somehow I missed this when it happened on Tuesday. Melissa Norr at the CRA’s policy blog didn’t, however, and neither did Dan Reed. The CRA’s post contains...

Panasas announces research-focused storage
From insideHPC

Panasas announces research-focused storage

Yesterday storage vendor Panasas announced a new pricing lineup on storage products aimed at university research organizations The new Panasas Research Solutions...

Intel puts $12M in new visual computing research
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Intel puts $12M in new visual computing research

Intel announced yesterday that it will invest $12M US in a new computing research center in Europe Intel Corporation is investing $12 million to create a new research...

SiCortex used in designs for more energy efficient
From insideHPC

SiCortex used in designs for more energy efficient

HPC vendor SiCortex is talking about one of their customers, researchers and faculty at the Royal Military College of Canada, who are using their gear to design...

Green HPC podcast series coming in
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Green HPC podcast series coming in

You can

Cambridge builds supercomputer cloud for SMB,
From insideHPC

Cambridge builds supercomputer cloud for SMB,

Found at ITPro, an article on U of Cambridge (UK) plans to open up its supercomputing infrastructure for small businesses and other universities that need excess...

From insideHPC

The winner of the first week’s prize in the “Bribery is Fair Play” survey contest, that is. The winner was long time reader Kevin Buterbaugh. He is already the...

Argonne researchers receive award for MPI performance
From insideHPC

Argonne researchers receive award for MPI performance

This just in via email, news that a research team from Argonne National Lab has been selected as one of the award winners at this year’s

ANL
From insideHPC

ANL

The NSF.gov site is running a video interview with Kate Keahey of the Nimbus project, a cloud computing infrastructure developed at Argonne National Lab. Nimbus...

UK Met tries to cure its black
From insideHPC

UK Met tries to cure its black

The UK Met Office (the British government’s weather forecasting agency, founded in 1854) had some bad press in January of this year when the TimesOnline ran an...

Russian HPC vendor announces Tesla
From insideHPC

Russian HPC vendor announces Tesla

T-Platforms announced late last week that they’ve joined the ranks of vendors enthusiastic about NVIDIA’s Prefconfigured Tesla Cluster program T-Platforms, the...

New version of CUDA
From insideHPC

New version of CUDA

NVIDIA announced last week that it has released version 2.2 of CUDA, which includes support for Windows 7 among other features. Some of the highlights Visual Profiler...

HPCS 2009 program, workshops
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HPCS 2009 program, workshops

The Canadian High Performance Computing Symposium 2009 program has been announced and you can find details at www.hpcs2009.org. The symposium is also hosting a...
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