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HPC 101: Concurrency, Parallelism and You

Class is in session! Professor Eadline walks us through the concepts of Concurrency and Parallelism and how they will apply to all computer programs in the future (not just High Performance Computing). Continue reading →...

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How to Build an HPC Cloud in 4 Easy Steps

Damon Miller over at the CloudSwitch blog has posted a simple recipe for building an HPC cluster. As the demand for computing power continues to grow, CloudSwitch makes it easy to build a grid of any size in the cloud — quickly, cost-effectively, and securely. Researchers and analysts can run...

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Best Practices: NAMD on 12-core AMD Magny-Cours

The HPC Advisory Council has published a new Best Practices presentation entitled NAMD Performance Benchmark and Profiling for the 12-core AMD Opteron 6174 (Magny-Cours) processors running at 2.2 GHz. NAMD is a parallel molecular dynamics code designed for high-performance simulations of large biomolecular systems and scales to hundreds of processors...

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Presentations Posted: Manycore and Accelerator-based HPC Workshop

Presentations have been posted from the first annual Manycore and Accelerator-based High-performance Scientific Computing Workshop, which was held at Berkeley last week. Sponsored by the International Center for Computational Science, the workshop focused on the role of emerging many-core architectures in science and technology. 

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NCSA Offering Free Tutorials on HPC Peformance Tools

This week NCSA announced a set of free online HPC tutorials designed to let you learn High Performance Computing for free, at your own pace, from anywhere. Courses on the CI-Tutor platform cover a number of commonly-used performance tools on the TeraGrid’s high-performance computing resources, such as NCSA’s PerfSuite, a collection of...

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