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What the World's Fastest Systems Say About Linux

I've been tracking the Top500 Supercomputer List with a particular eye on Linux for some time now, highlighting how Linux continues to power the majority of the world's fastest supercomputing systems. So it's no surprise to see continued dominance for Linux, but there are some interesting changes every six months...

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New Whitepaper: Biologically-Inspired Massively-Parallel Architectures – Computing Beyond a Million Processors

Steve Furber and Andrew Brown have published a new whitepaper on the SpiNNaker project, which aims to develop parallel computer systems with more than a million embedded processors.

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HPC-Opinion Blog Looks at Nvidia GPUDirect

Ben Smith has launched the new HPC-Opinion blog with a look at the differences between Nvidia GPUDirect version 1 and GPUDirect version 2. GPUDirect version 1 enables better communication between remote GPUs over InfiniBand. Why InfiniBand? Because you need to use RDMA for the data communications...

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Interview: Accelerating Science with GPUs

In a recent interview feature, the CUDA Spotlight is on Dr. Vincent Natoli, president and founder of Stone Ridge Technology.

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Austria Debuts on TOP500 with Water-Cooled Super

For the first time, an Austrian supercomputer has made the TOP500 list. Developed by MEGWARE, the VSC-2 system has been deployed in Vienna with 135.6 teraflops of performance, coming in at #56 on the list fo the world’s fastest systems.

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