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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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Podcast: Interview with Penguin Computing and DDN on their New Alliance for HPC

In this podcast, Rich Brueckner from insideHPC speaks with Dean Koester from Penguin Computing and DDN’s Jeff Denworth about the new partnership between the two companies. This week Data Direct Networks announced that Penguin Computing will become a distributer of DDN’s Parallel File Systems, NAS, and Object Storage solutions for...

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Multi-core ARM Gets OpenCL Compiler from The Portland Group

Today The Portland Group released an OpenCL compiler for Multi-core ARM processors.

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Eadlines Retrospective on Clustered HPC

Douglas Eadline has posted a brief history of parallel computing over at Admin HPC. From Beowulf clusters to multicore to hybrid computing, the industry continues to make the difficult into mainstream, and it’s nice to see this perspective from someone who’s been there from the get-go.

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Exascale by 2018: Crazy …or Possible?

I recently saw some estimates that show we should hit exascale supercomputer performance by around 2018. That seems a bit ambitious – if not stunningly optimistic – and the search to get some perspective led me on an hours-long meander through supercomputing history, plus what I like to call “Fun With Spreadsheets.”

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