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Alya Multi-Physics Scaled to 100,000 Cores on Blue Waters Supercomputer

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) and the Private Sector Program at NCSA have collaborated to scale BSC’s Alya multi-physics code to a previously unprecedented 100,000 cores of NCSA’s Blue Waters supercomputer, simulating complex engineering problems such as airflow in the human body, contraction of the heart, and combustion in a...

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Five Essential Strategies for Successful HPC Clusters

Currently, there are many trends in HPC clustering that include software complexity, cluster growth and scalability, system heterogeneity, Cloud computing, as well as the introduction of Hadoop services. Without a cogent strategy to address these issues, system managers and administrators can expect less-than-ideal performance and utilization. There are many component...

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Human Brain Project Seeks HPC Proposals

The central element of the HPC Platform is the HBP Supercomputer, the project’s main production system located at Jülich Supercomputing Centre. Over the next decade, the HBP Supercomputer will be built in stages to arrive at the exascale capability needed for cellular simulations of the complete human brain.

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SSD Provisioning for Exascale Storage Systems: When, Where and How Much?

In this video from LUG 2014, Devesh Tiwari from Oak Ridge National Laboratory presents: SSD Provisioning for Exascale Storage Systems: When, Where and How Much?

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New Networking Group: Women in HPC

The launch of the Women in High Performance Computing (WiHPC) network will include talks on the obstacles facing women in HPC and how to broaden participation.

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