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How to Build an HPC Cloud in 4 Easy Steps

Damon Miller over at the CloudSwitch blog has posted a simple recipe for building an HPC cluster. As the demand for computing power continues to grow, CloudSwitch makes it easy to build a grid of any size in the cloud — quickly, cost-effectively, and securely. Researchers and analysts can run...

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Best Practices: NAMD on 12-core AMD Magny-Cours

The HPC Advisory Council has published a new Best Practices presentation entitled NAMD Performance Benchmark and Profiling for the 12-core AMD Opteron 6174 (Magny-Cours) processors running at 2.2 GHz. NAMD is a parallel molecular dynamics code designed for high-performance simulations of large biomolecular systems and scales to hundreds of processors...

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Presentations Posted: Manycore and Accelerator-based HPC Workshop

Presentations have been posted from the first annual Manycore and Accelerator-based High-performance Scientific Computing Workshop, which was held at Berkeley last week. Sponsored by the International Center for Computational Science, the workshop focused on the role of emerging many-core architectures in science and technology. 

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NCSA Offering Free Tutorials on HPC Peformance Tools

This week NCSA announced a set of free online HPC tutorials designed to let you learn High Performance Computing for free, at your own pace, from anywhere. Courses on the CI-Tutor platform cover a number of commonly-used performance tools on the TeraGrid’s high-performance computing resources, such as NCSA’s PerfSuite, a collection of...

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Cloud Computing Sparks Workstation Market

Brian Proffitt writes that the rise of Cloud computing is sparking an unexpected resurgence of the workstation market: The idea, it seems, is to take advantage of cloud technology and economics and use workstations to bring high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities to the corporate user or any user connected to the Internet with...

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