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Cray Debuts Aries Interconnect with Cray XC30 Supercomputer

Today Cray announced its highly anticipated line of “Cascade” supercomputers with the Cray XC30 system. Powered by Xeon processors and the Aries Interconnect technology recently purchased by Intel, Cray XC30 systems represent the flagship of the company’s offerings and feature innovative packaging and cooling optimized for ultrascale deployments of up to 100 Petaflops. 

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Women in HPC to Host SC12 BoF on Diversity in the Workplace

Diversity in the workplace remains a challenge in HPC and the computing industry at large. The Women in HPC team at SC12 will host a BoF session on Policies and Practices for Building a Diverse Workforce on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 5:30pm. To learn more, I caught up with the session leaders to discuss the BoF and why it’s so important for SC12 attendees to support this session. 

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New Volleys in the Supercomputing Space Race

Over at Wired, Mike Barton writes that while the 20 Petaflop Titan at Oak Ridge may soon be crowned as the fastest machine on earth, the international supercomputing space race is alive and well. Titan is 10 times as powerful as Oak Ridge’s last big supercomputer, called Jaguar. Also built...

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Servergy Announces Linux-on-Power Enterprise Development Platform

 
Servergy is announcing this week its newest product in the Servergy Power Linux Series line, an innovative Linux-on-Power development platform called "P-Cubed".  The computer is an all-in powerful development board catering primarily to enterprise Linux programmers, but for educators and serious hobbyists as well. Leveraging Power Architecture (TM) in an SoC that encompasses high-end hardware, with features including multi-core with hardware virtualization, the board delivers where other development platforms fall short.
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More Reasons Why MPI is Good for You

Over at the MPI Blog, Cisco’s Jeff Squyres writes that recent bug-driven crashes remind that implementing complex network IPC middleware is very difficult, but luckily MPI does a great job of shielding all of that junk from you. You want your app developers focusing on the methods and the science...

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