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QLogic Powers World’s Fastest Sandy Bridge Cluster at LLNL

This week QLogic announced that its InfiniBand technologies are powering the world’s fastest cluster powered by Intel’s “Sandy Bridge” Xeon E5 processors. Ranked at #15 on the TOP500, the “Zin” supercomputer at LLNL comprises 46,208 cores in 2916 nodes, producing up to 837 megaflops per watt.

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Video: NetApp – Scaling Storage from Seismic Depths to Sequoia Heights

In this video, Mark Nossokoff from NetApp presents: Scaling Storage from Seismic Depths to Sequoia Heights. Recorded at the HPC Advisory Council Stanford Workshop.

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RENCI, Duke, and IBM to Build Experimental ExoGENI Networking

What will the high speed networks of the future look like? This week RENCI at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Duke University announced a collaboration with IBM to build a nationwide test bed for next-gen networks. As part of the National Science Foundation’s GENI initiative, the project...

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Video: Introduction to Cuda 4.1

In this video, Nvidia’s Will Ramey describes new features in CUDA 4.1, including a new LLVM based compiler, 1000 new image processing functions in the NPP library, and improved Visual Profiler. Related posts:New version of CUDA releasedNVIDIA releases CUDA Toolkit 3.0Bright Cluster Manager and CUDA Toolkit 3.0...

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NASA Goddard Demo Doubles Bandwidth at SC11

Researchers got a taste of high-speed networks of the future recently at SC11. Using SSDs and an innovative network configuration , the NASA Goddard team demo transferred data at unprecedented data rates between a computer workstation at Goddard and the various booths at SC11.

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