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Interview: How the Cloud Provides Inexpensive Access to Massive Core Counts

With Cloud HPC, the time to get the hardware is now 15 minutes, the time to get rid of the hardware is 15 minutes, as opposed to a couple of weeks, or a couple of months, and three or four years of depreciation. So it is a tremendous advantage: being...

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Terascala Eases Lustre Management with Intelligent Storage Bridge

The ISB is described as the first workflow manager that is purpose-built for application users working in HPC environments that use the Lustre parallel file system and need direct access to project data at any point in the application workflow.

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Free eBook: Programming on Parallel Machines; GPU, Multicore, Clusters and More

Matloff's parallel programming book is suitable for either students or professionals, as there is very little theoretical analysis of parallel algorithms, such as O() analysis, maximum theoretical speedup, acyclic graphs and so on. Instead he has provided extensive coverage of what he calls "wizardry" aspects--material known to experienced practitioners but...

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CCubed Conference Looks at HPC’s Potential to Transform Bioscience

Computing is at a tipping point where it can play a much larger role in biomedical research.

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Erich Strohmaier on the Challenges of Exascale

According to Strohmaier, exascale will allow scientists to study the most challenging problems in much greater detail with much greater accuracy.

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