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Reconfigurable Computers to Boost Science

Marlene Cimons from the National Science Foundation writes that science could receive a huge boost from adaptable computing. It’s a new and innovative way to build and use computers,” says Alan George, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Florida and director of the Center for High-Performance Reconfigurable Computing. With reconfigurable computing, the architecture of the processor...

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DARPA Challenge to Inspire 40x Power Efficiency Improvement for Supercomputers

Eric Smalley from Discover Magazine describes how researchers are stepping up to a DARPA Challenge to construct a Petaflop supercomputer by 2018 that consumes no more than 57 kilowatts of electricity.

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Whatever Happened to High Productivity Computing?

Andrew at the HPC Notes blog is wondering what happened to the term, High Productivity Computing? The focus on Productivity in “HPC” was about making sure the value of HPC was recognized and the optimum benefits extracted for the budget. This is clearly...

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Podcast: Dell Dudes Getting Big Data Clouds

In this podcast from TheCloudcast.net, Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely interview some of the players behind the open source Crowbar software for OpenStack.

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Call for Papers: Workshop on HPC meets Databases, Nov. 18 in Seattle

The first annual Workshop on High-Performance Computing meets Databases has issued its Call For Papers. The event will take place Nov. 18 and will be co-located with SC11 in Seattle. Our thesis is that the techniques and strategies developed in the database community – algebraic optimization, simple data parallel languages, data models...

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