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Video: Rogue Wave Steps Up with HPC Programming Tools for Intel Xeon Phi

 In this video from SC12, Scott Lasica from Rogue Wave Software describes the company’s Totalview debugging tools for the new Intel Xeon Phi. Rogue Wave’s rich set of development tools and libraries, which will now also include support for the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor, bring valuable capabilities to software.

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Interview: Buddy Bland on How the #1 Titan Supercomputer will Power Science

 In this video, Buddy Bland from Oak Ridge National Laboratory describes the new Titan supercomputer, which just came in at #1 on the TOP500. As a hybrid system, Titan derived 100 percent of its LINPACK performance from NVIDIA K20X accelerators. 

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Russian RSC Deploys Europe’s Largest University Super with Xeon Phi

This week the RSC Group from Russia announced that the new RSC Tornado SUSU supercomputer was deployed at the South Ural State University (SUSU). As Europe’s largest university supercomputing system equipped with Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, the new system includes 192 computing nodes with direct liquid cooling and 236.8 TFLOP of performance.

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CARMA Cluster Pairs ARM with GPUs in HPC Appliance

This week the Italian E4 Computer Engineering group launched the CARMA Cluster, a low-power HPC appliance that pairs an ARM processor with a Nvidia GPU. We felt an immediate connection with SECO in terms of experimentation and innovation,” said Simone Tinti, HPC Team Leader of E4 Computer Engineering. 

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94 Percent of the World's Top 500 Supercomputers Run Linux

It's already no secret that Linux tends to dominate as the operating system of choice on the world's fastest supercomputers, but the release on Monday of the 40th edition of the twice-yearly Top500 List of the world’s top supercomputers made that connection more clear than ever.

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