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New 'Real-World' Benchmark Could Shake Up Top500 Supercomputer List

The 42nd edition of the TOP500 list of supercomputers has been released and the Top500 editors have announced a new testing regime. On Nov. 18 the organizers released the High Performance Conjugate Gradient (HPCG) that is designed to better predict a supercomputer’s real-world usefulness.

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SC13: Top500 Lists the World's Fastest Computers

Supercomputing 13, which takes place in Denver this week, began with the announcement of the latest Top500 list of the world’s fastest computers and Nvidia's release of the Tesla K40 accelerator.

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Supercomputing Simulation Employs 156,000 Amazon Processor Cores

To simulate 205,000 molecules as quickly as possible for a USC simulation, Cycle Computing fired up a mammoth amount of Amazon servers around the globe. [Read more]    ...

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Watch a Supercomputer Track Trillions of Particles in the Latest Universe Simulation

This purple star map is our best guess at the shape of the universe at half its current age, according to a new simulation from a research team at Argonne National Lab. The project is called the Hardware/Hybrid Accelerated Cosmology Code (HACC), an attempt to use supercomputers to model the...

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Paper: Initial Explorations of ARM Processors for Scientific Computing

As anticipation grows for using ARM processors in HPC, a new paper from a team of LHC researchers is showing promising results.

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