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RCE Podcast Looks at Chapel, an Emerging Parallel Programming Language

In this RCE Podcast, hosts Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres discuss the Chapel parallel programming language with Brad Chamberlain and Sung-Eun Choi from Cray. Chapel strives to vastly improve the programmability of large-scale parallel computers while matching or beating the performance and portability of current programming models like MPI. Download...

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IDC Lists Top 10 HPC Market Predictions for 2013

IDC has released its Top 10 HPC Market Predictions for 2013. The big takeaways? While the outlook is good for business, the industry goal of reaching Exascale by 2018 looks to be slipping by at least two years. 1. The Worldwide HPC Market Will Leave the Global Economic Recession Behind and Will Be in a Healthy Growth Mode. In 2009, the low point of the global economic downturn, worldwide HPC server...

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Univa Grid Engine Steps Up to Intel Xeon Phi with Version 8.1.4

Today Univa released the latest version of Univa Grid Engine. With cross-platform support, Release 8.1.4. of Univa Grid Engine includes a number of customer-driven enhancements.

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Bull Opens Centre for Excellence in Parallel Programming

Bull has inaugurated its Centre for Excellence in Parallel Programming, described as the leading European centre of technical and industrial excellence in this field. By working with technology leaders, this centre aims to support engineers and scientists in research centres and industry to overcome the critical technological barrier of “HPC application parallelisation.” Bull says the Centre will be equipped with the highest levels of expertise, to help research labs and companies optimise their applications so they...

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Simulating the Brain with a Supercomputer

The first incarnation of Blue Brain — a digital representation of the human mind — could simulate 10,000 neurons firing and interacting just as they would in an actual brain. But with 100 billion neurons and 100 trillion total connections in a real human brain, it'll require a supercomputer to...

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