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Navigating The Transition to Heterogeneous Architectures

"The migration to a heterogeneous architecture has presented new challenges to the application community, most notably the development of a programming strategy that allows applications to run efficiently on the hybrid architecture, while maintaining portability with other more conventional computer architectures. This talk will review the deployment of petascale capabilities...

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Agave API is User-Friendly for Inexpensive Science Gateways

"Think of it like Salesforce for Science," Dooley said. "Agave gives you an app store full of scientific codes and the ability to run them on shared HPC systems, Condor pools, and even in the cloud. It gives you ‘access-anywhere' data management, fire-and-forget data movement, federated identity management, metadata support,...

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Fujitsu Simulates 3,000-Atom Nano Device

This week Fujitsu Laboratories announced that it has successfully simulated the electrical properties of a 3,000-atom nano device.

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HPC Matters: Bill Feiereisen on How Supercomputing Drives Modeling and Simulation

In this video, Intel's Bill Feiereisen discusses the importance of HPC in simulation and modeling. With the SC14 theme of "HPC Matters," Bill's message is one all of us in the high performance computing community need to share.

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The Search for the Lost Cray Supercomputer OS

Hobbyists Chris Fenton and Andras Tantos ask: How can I build a Cray-1 for my desk?

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