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New Course: Programming GPUs Using PGI Accelerator

I heard some good things this week about the PGI Accelerator, which is designed to help mere mortals make their code go faster on x64+GPU platforms. To help get you started, The Portland Group is offering a new 2-day training course on programming GPUs using the PGI Accelerator programming model. This course will provide attendees with the...

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Colfax Goes Cluster Ready with Xeon E5

Intel’s Cluster Ready program continues to make life easier in the HPC ecosystem. You’ve gotta like that. This week Colfax International jumped on the bandwagon with the CX-2290JF-X5 Cluster, which starts shipping sometime next year. 

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TOP500 List of Supercomputers Released

With four times more power than the next competitor, Japan's K Computer (and Linux) remains at the top of the TOP500 List.

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Video: SC11 – Avere Systems Breaks Record With 1.6 Million IOPs

In this video, Avere Systems’ Rebecca Thompson describes the company’s innovative NAS Optimization products and how they enabled a world record 1.6 Million IOPs. Learn more on the Avere Performance Page. There’s another great reason to stop by the Avere booth #442 at SC11, at the end of each...

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Lustre Community Update – Peter Bojanic from Xyratex at SC11

What a difference a year makes! In this video, Peter Bojanic from Xyratex discusses the vibrant state of the Lustre Community at SC11. 

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