IEEE Spectrum Europe Wants a Supercomputer Made From Smartphones IEEE Spectrum ARM cores are an interesting but hardly universally agreed upon path to exascale computer architecture, says Jack Dongarra, professor of computer science at the...
Heterogeneous hardware is now present in virtually all clusters. Make sure you can monitor all hardware on all installed clusters in a consistent fashion. With extra work and expertise, some open source tools can be customized for this task.
Ralph H. Castain from Intel presented this talk at the Adaptive Computing booth at SC13. "The solution allows customers to leverage both their HPC and big data investments in a single platform, as opposed to operating them in siloed environments.
The HPC to Enterprise Infrastructure Leap HPCwire As we've addressed in other parts of this special series on lessons that HPC can carry into a growing array of enterprise application areas, including those that have a range of defined “big data”...
Nicholas Dube from HP presented this talk at the Adaptive Computing booth at SC13. "The ESIF data center is designed to achieve an annualized average power usage effectiveness (PUE) rating of 1.06 or better.
In yet another announcement of a new cloud infrastructure service this week, IBM unveiled a hybrid-cloud solution for workloads that require high-performance hardware. The company will essentially set up a dedicated high-octane compute cluster for...
An international race to build an exascale supercomputer is under way, and one of the people leading it is Peter Beckman. He spoke to Computerworld about some of the challenges ahead for exascale computing.
AMD Announces Server Graphics Card With 12GB Memory For Big Data Applications ("Supercomputing" Server Graphics Card For Big Data Applications http://t.co/M3xTN1TMKP #BigData High Performance Computing...
Delivering one teraflop of performance, the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor offers highly parallel processing without overhauling applications or code. (Did you know? In '97, the first Intel Teraflop had 9,298 #processors & 72 cabinets!
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