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Mellanox Accelerates NVMe/TCP and RoCE Fabrics to 200Gb/s
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Mellanox Accelerates NVMe/TCP and RoCE Fabrics to 200Gb/s

Today Mellanox announced acceleration of NVMe/TCP at speeds up to 200Gb/s. The entire portfolio of shipping ConnectX adapters supports NVMe-oF over both TCP and...

Call for Papers for the 7th Annual Hot Topics in the Science of Security (HoTSoS) Symposium
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Call for Papers for the 7th Annual Hot Topics in the Science of Security (HoTSoS) Symposium

The 7th Annual Hot Topics in the Science of Security (HoTSoS) Symposium recently released a call for papers. This year’s HoTSoS Symposium will be held April 7-8...

Registration Opens for CHPC National Conference in South Africa
From insideHPC

Registration Opens for CHPC National Conference in South Africa

Registration is now open for the CHPC National Conference. The event takes place Dec. 1-5 in Johannesburg, South Africa. "The National Integrated Cyber Infrastructure...

Cracking the Passwords of Early Internet Pioneers
From Schneier on Security

Cracking the Passwords of Early Internet Pioneers

Lots of them weren't very good: BSD co-inventor Dennis Ritchie, for instance, used "dmac" (his middle name was MacAlistair); Stephen R. Bourne, creator of the Bourne...

Sandia Research Project turns Big Data into real-time, actionable intelligence
From insideHPC

Sandia Research Project turns Big Data into real-time, actionable intelligence

Researchers at Sandia National Labs are leading a project to deliver actionable information from streaming data to decision makers. While social media, cameras,...

Facebook AI Releases Searchable Code Snippets
From The Eponymous Pickle

Facebook AI Releases Searchable Code Snippets

Seems a useful thing, what Facebook has put on the web to support AI efforts is impressive.  See more at the Facebook.ai site.  Also note the claimed validation...

Podcast: The Turing Machine is Sequential, so how about a Parallel Machine?
From insideHPC

Podcast: The Turing Machine is Sequential, so how about a Parallel Machine?

The @RadioFreeHPC team is joined by the folks at MemComputing, a San Diego startup that’s built a new parallel foundation for computing. It calls it the universal...

Accelerating Research and Enterprise Solutions by Bridging HPC and AI
From insideHPC

Accelerating Research and Enterprise Solutions by Bridging HPC and AI

Venkatesh Kannan from ICHEC gave this talk at the UK HPC Conference. "The presentation will highlight the need to address the symbiotic relationship between HPC...

Ticketing with a Blockchain
From The Eponymous Pickle

Ticketing with a Blockchain

Interesting example of a kind of smart contract embedded in the blockchain to enforce agreements regards how tickets can be used.    So this means when a ticket...

Your Smart TV is (and has been) Watching You
From The Eponymous Pickle

Your Smart TV is (and has been) Watching You

Almost obvious, its one reason that smart TVs are relatively cheap.  My TV seems to do an update every time I switch services.   A massive download?  After 1 AM...

IoT and Fintech
From The Eponymous Pickle

IoT and Fintech

FinTech probably not an area you would first think of IOT,   but this non technical piece outlines some useful thoughts in the space.How IoT Changes Banks and FinTech...

GMS Launches Ruggedized TITAN AI-Equipped Rackmount Servers
From insideHPC

GMS Launches Ruggedized TITAN AI-Equipped Rackmount Servers

Today General Micro Systems (GMS) launched TITAN, the industry’s first sealed, fanless, conduction-cooled rackmount servers with artificial intelligence (AI) and...

Proposed Model for Machine Learning
From The Eponymous Pickle

Proposed Model for Machine Learning

Intriguing.   Thinking this, its kind of like derived information transfer to some structured system.  Like a brain or a machine?  And then transferring that knowledge...

Podcast Interview with “Father of the Internet” Vint Cerf
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

Podcast Interview with “Father of the Internet” Vint Cerf

Vint Cerf, known as one of the “fathers of the internet” and a recipient of the 2004 ACM A.M. Turing Award, was a participating laureate at this year’s Heidelberg...

AMD to Power Cray’s ARCHER2 Supercomputer in the UK
From insideHPC

AMD to Power Cray’s ARCHER2 Supercomputer in the UK

Following a procurement exercise, UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) are pleased to announce that Cray, an HPE company, has been awarded the contract to supply the...

Video: An Update on HPC at CSCS
From insideHPC

Video: An Update on HPC at CSCS

Thomas Schulthess from CSCS gave this talk at the HPC User Forum. "CSCS has a strong track record in supporting the processing, analysis and storage of scientific...

CRA’s Career Mentoring Workshop Registration is Now Open!
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

CRA’s Career Mentoring Workshop Registration is Now Open!

The following is a message to the community from the Computing Research Association (CRA) Executive Director Andrew Bernat.  Dear Colleague, I am pleased to announce...

Search: Intent, Not Inventory
From The Noisy Channel

Search: Intent, Not Inventory

When I enter a physical store, my intent is “I want to buy X” or “I’m looking for something in order to do X.” It’s not “Show me the products that satisfy characteristics...

Heterogeneous Computing: Long Live the CPU
From insideHPC

Heterogeneous Computing: Long Live the CPU

In this guest article, our friends at Intel discuss how the company is investing in heterogeneous computing. Intel recently spoke about supporting heterogeneous...

Game Theory and Autonomous Cars
From The Eponymous Pickle

Game Theory and Autonomous Cars

How do we construct models about elements of autonomy and how they interact our own behavior?Game Theory and AI Systems: Use Case For Autonomous Cars  By Dr. Lance...
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