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Bechtolsheim: Open Source to Spark Big Data Innovation

Katie Fehrenbacher from GigaOM writes that Andy Bechtolsheim believes Open Source is the way to go for solving Big Data problems: “Bechtolsheim said that Moore’s Law has shown progress unequaled in the history of mankind, he expects that transistors will improve in the same fashion for another 10 or 20...

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Flexibility and the Evolution of GPU Applications and Systems

Dell’s Dr. Jeff Layton writes about the need for flexibility in the evolution of GPU applications and systems: “In my interactions with a great number of HPC customers, I’ve found one thing to be true: writing code for GPUs is an evolutionary process. Actually writing any code follows an evolutionary process, but it is more pronounced with GPU applications because small changes can have a...

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Cray to Build Huge, Grunting 20-Petaflop ‘Titan’ for US Gov Labs

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, one of the big supercomputer centers funded by the US Department of Energy, has tapped Cray to build a monster cluster that will weigh in at 20 petaflops when it is completed next year.

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Video: One Stop Shop for GPU Programming Resources

In this video, Andy Shue from the University of Illinois presents an overview of the programming resources available at gpucomputing.net.

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Stanford’s New GPU-Powered Numbercruncher to Aid Computational Biology

Stanford University will soon power up a new GPU-powered supercomputer for computational biology. Developed in partnership with Scalable Informatics and Xtreme Compute Technologies, the system will comprise 100 Tesla C2050 GPUs in a heterogeneous cluster to be dubbed “numbercruncher”.

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