Tianhe-2, Most Powerful Supercomputer in the World, Runs Ubuntu

Tianhe-2 is the most powerful supercomputer in the world, and it resides in China. Besides the awesome power that it commands, it's also running Ubuntu. It's a well-known fact that most supercomputers in the world are running some sort of Linux distributions, and that doesn't happen by mistake. There is...

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Numascale Sets New World Record on STREAM Benchmark

Today Numascale announced record-breaking results from a shared memory system running the McCalpin STREAM Benchmark, a synthetic benchmark program that measures sustainable memory bandwidth and the corresponding computation rate for simple vector kernels. The post Numascale Sets New World Record on STREAM Benchmark appeared first on insideHPC.

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HP, Intel Bolster High Performance Computing Alliance

The two enterprise giants will collaborate on centers of excellence that aim to bring high performance computing to more companies.

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10 Fastest Machines Look Familiar on New TOP500 List

The latest TOP500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers was released this morning at the ISC 2015 conference in Frankfurt, Germany. And while there was little change in the upper ranks of the list, the TOP500 continues to offer insight into the latest HPC trends. The post 10 Fastest Machines...

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Load Balancing Using OpenMP 4.0

OpenMP 4.0 standard now allows for the offloading of portions of the application, in order to take more advantage of many-core accelerators such as the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor. The post Load Balancing Using OpenMP 4.0 appeared first on insideHPC.

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