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30 Years of Parallel Computing at Argonne

Argonne National Lab just wrapped up a two-day event celebrating 30 years of parallel computing. The event hosted many of the visionaries at the lab and at other institutions who initiated and contributed to Argonne’s history of advancing parallel computing and computational science. Argonne National Laboratory seeks solutions to pressing national problems in science...

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Google and NASA Collaborate on AI Research With New Quantum Supercomputer

Google and NASA have teamed up to launch a new laboratory focused on advancing machine learning. The Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab — hosted at NASA's Ames Research Center in California — will contain a quantum supercomputer that will be used by researchers from the Universities Space Research Association (USRA) and...

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HPC to Enable a Smarter, Brighter Energy Future

Over at HPC for Energy, Carl Bauer writes that High Performance Computing is the key to meeting the daunting energy challenges that face the nation. U.S. high-performance computing capabilities resident at our national laboratories can turn these challenges into an opportunity for competitive advantage. What was once only available for unique, extremely important and expensive government research projects or the largest corporations is now available...

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Terra and Lua Offer New High Performance Computing Strategy

A low level counterpart language to Lua offers a new way of generating high performance code and compiling domain specific languages for HPC applications...

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ScaleMP Using RAM plus vSMP to Boost Server Performance

ScaleMP uses its vSMP aggregation hypervisor and cheap skinny nodes to boost main memory Over at The Register, Timothy Prickett-Morgan writes that ScaleMP has cooked up some new ways to build big memory machines for less money. In the example above, the workload in question only needs a four-socket Xeon E5-4600 or Xeon E7-4800 in terms of the processing capacity, but the 48 to 64 memory sticks in this box do not offer enough main memory capacity, and moreover, the fat memory needed to build up terabytes of memory space are very expensive. So instead of buying an eight-socket box to get...

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