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GPUs Demonstrate Potential for NASA Science Simulations

At NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, simulations of Earth and space phenomena are getting a boost from GPUs. Early results on a new GPU cluster at the NASA Center for Climate Simulation (NCCS) demonstrate potential for significant speedups versus conventional computer processors.

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AMD Study: Growing Trust in Cloud Computing as Businesses Achieve Measurable Value

So why does so much IT press focus on Cloud Computing? Two words: Business Opportunity. As data and information grows rapidly online, cloud computing represents an efficient way to manage that digital explosion. But, how do you measure the growth of the cloud? And, what is the current state of cloud adoption globally. This video from AMD provides insight into those important questions, while also detailing the crucial importance of the underlying infrastructure of...

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Redux: Supercomputing — Where to From Here?

Vincent Hindriksen over at Stream Computing has written up a nice summary of Bob Feldman’s panel session entitled Supercomputihng: Where to From Here, which took place at the National HPCC 2011 Conference in Newport. It was a good discussion, so a tip of...

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How to Optimize OpenCL Code with Intel GPA

It is now possible to trace OpenCL commands with the Intel GPA Graphics Performance Analyzer. The Intel GPA Platfrom Analyzer visualizes the execution profile of the various tasks in your code over a period of time. The tool collects real-time trace data during the...

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Platform Gets Graphic with HPC Cluster Manager

Not everybody who needs to build a cluster wants to be a Linux expert. And that is why Platform Computing has slapped an all-encompassing Web-based graphical user interface onto the 3 release of its Platform HPC cluster management tool.

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