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Eurotech Rolls Out Sandy Bridge Supercomputer

Eurotech has launched the Aurora HPC 10-10 supercomputer based on the Intel Sandy Bridge processing platform. Optimized for high-density, the HPC 10-10 can thermally manage the top-of-the-lineXeon E5 series processors (the E5-2687W at 3.1 Ghz) in a  standard rack  to deliver 100 Tflops of performance at 110 Kw of peak...

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Video: Scalable Cluster Computing with Nvidia GPUs

In this video, Axel Koehler presents: Scalable Cluster Computing with NVIDIA GPUs. Recorded at the HPC Advisory Council Switzerland Workshop on March 15, 2012.

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Video: MPI – Overview, Performance Optimizations, and Tuning

In this video, D.K. Panda from Ohio State University presents: MPI - Overview, Performance Optimizations, and Tuning. Recorded at the HPC Advisory Council Switzerland Workshop in Lugano on March 13, 2012.

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HPC Advisory Council Announces GPU Development & App Benchmarking Center

Today the HPC Advisory Council announced a new NVIDIA GPU-based HPC development center. As part of the Council’s existing High Performance Center, the new resource will provide remote access to the HPC community free of charge for developing, testing and benchmarking the next generation of HPC applications. Researchers need an...

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PGI Adds Support for OpenACC & Native CUDA C/C++ for Multi-core x86

Today The Portland Group announced their 2012 release of their high-performance parallelizing compilers and development tools. PGI 2012 adds support for OpenACC directive-based programming model for NVIDIA CUDA-enabled Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). This release is also the first to include the fully feature-enabled PGI CUDA C/C++ compiler for multi-core x64 CPUs from Intel...

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