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The Fine Art of Predicting GPU Performance

David Kanter fromt the Real World Technologies blog writes about the fine art of predicting GPU application performance: The key to accurately predicting performance and efficiency is being able to identify and isolate the variables that mostly strongly determine performance and build them into a predictive model.

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Can Your File System Do This? OpenSFS Issues Lustre RFP

The LUG 2011 meeting of Lustre Users kicks off tomorrow in Orlando. To get things started, OpenSFS has just announced a request for proposals for “OpenSFS Phase 1 Lustre development.” “The purpose of this RFP is to meet the highest priority Lustre requirements gathered from the community by the OpenSFS...

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Video: Extreme Data Intensive Computing

Our Video Sunday feature continues with this keynote address on Extreme Data Intensive Computing by Alex Szalay of Johns Hopkins University. Recorded at the School of Computational Science and Engineering, Summer 2010. Part 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 of this talk are also available. Visit hpcuniversity.org to find more...

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Bechtolsheim: Open Source to Spark Big Data Innovation

Katie Fehrenbacher from GigaOM writes that Andy Bechtolsheim believes Open Source is the way to go for solving Big Data problems: “Bechtolsheim said that Moore’s Law has shown progress unequaled in the history of mankind, he expects that transistors will improve in the same fashion for another 10 or 20...

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Flexibility and the Evolution of GPU Applications and Systems

Dell’s Dr. Jeff Layton writes about the need for flexibility in the evolution of GPU applications and systems: “In my interactions with a great number of HPC customers, I’ve found one thing to be true: writing code for GPUs is an evolutionary process. Actually writing any code follows an evolutionary process, but it is more pronounced with GPU applications because small changes can have a...

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