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Equalizer 0.5 Improves Scalability
Posted by: Stefan Eilemann on Friday April 18 2008 @ 12:02PM EDT views: 769
Equalizer 0.5 focuses on scalability, most notably by adding pixel compounds for fill-rate-bound applications and a 2-4x performance increase during sort-last compositing. The Programming Guide has been extended to 43 pages and covers various new topics.

Interactive Supercomputing launches parallel computing blog: Parallel Lounge
Posted by: Michelle Dillon on Friday April 11 2008 @ 04:26PM EDT views: 1146
Interactive Supercomputing Inc. launches a multi-author blog to provide scientists, engineers and analysts new insights on how to solve problems faster with high performance computing (HPC).

Supercomputing at less than the cost of a gallon of gas
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Friday April 11 2008 @ 04:23PM EDT views: 923
ComputerWorld: A supercomputing, pay-per-use service that would make supercomputing affordable to small and midsize businesses, as well individuals who need added computation power, was announced today.

MPI vs. Compiler
Posted by: Hakon Bugge on Thursday April 10 2008 @ 01:19AM EDT views: 1359
Scali today announced new benchmark results provided by Scali using the SPEC MPI2007 benchmark suite on the newly released Scali MPI Connect version 5.6.1. As of today’s release, Scali cements its leadership and has the highest SPECmpiM_base2007 score for all systems ranging from 32 to 128 cores.

TotalView Helps CAS Reduce Development Time of Air & Missle Defense Programs by 60-70 Percent
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday April 07 2008 @ 07:53AM EDT views: 933
TotalView Technologies, the leading provider of interactive analysis and debugging tools for serial and parallel codes, today announced that CAS, Inc. has chosen to use the TotalView® Debugger for development of its Air and Missile Defense modeling and simulation programs created for the Department of Defense (DoD). Since implementing the TotalView Debugger, the company has achieved a 60 to 70 % reduction in development time, along with a 40 % reduction in total program cost.

Scali Demonstrates Highest SPECmpiM_base2007 Score for All Systems Ranging From 32 to 128 Cores
Posted by: Hakon Bugge on Friday April 04 2008 @ 02:22PM EDT views: 865
Benchmarks shatter published results for Climate Modeling and Molecular Dynamics applications.

Panasas Named in "Visionaries" Quadrant in Leading Industry Analyst Firm's NAS Magic Quadrant
Posted by: Cheryl Hall on Thursday April 03 2008 @ 12:41PM EDT views: 1119
Panasas announced today that Gartner, Inc. named Panasas to the "Visionaries" Quadrant in the research firm’s first Magic Quadrant report for midrange and high-end Network-Attached Storage (NAS) solutions. Panasas has installed its products in more than 30 countries across six continents as parallel storage is being adopted globally as the preferred solution for high performance computing environments.

Acceleware Hosts - Accelerating Image Reconstructions with GPUs
Posted by: Julie Morgan on Tuesday March 25 2008 @ 05:43PM EDT views: 953
Acceleware's Advisor Series Webinar Discusses Acceleware’s new AxRecon Image Reconstruction and the benefits of High Performance Computing; Lead by Acceleware Product Manager, Dr. Alice Ford-Hutchinson

Weston Geophysical Achieves a 25% Reduction in Debugging Time with Totalview Debugger
Posted by: Kaycee Roberts on Monday March 24 2008 @ 07:51AM EDT views: 1258
TotalView® Enables Developers to Find and Fix Bugs More Quickly in Seismic Modeling Applications

Lockheed Martin Wins HPCMO Management Contract
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Friday March 21 2008 @ 05:47PM EDT views: 1125
insideHPC.com: Lockheed Martin has been awarded the Next Generation Technical Services contract by the Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Office [DoD HPCMO]. The contract, valued at $344 million, will support the operations, management and maintenance of the high performance computing centers at four major Department of Defense scientific research sites.

MPI Benchmarks on Intel Multi-core
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Friday March 21 2008 @ 03:13PM EDT views: 1557
ClusterMonkey: Last fall, I had an opportunity to test the new quad-core Intel® Xeon® 5400 processor (Harpertown) processor. As the Harpertown was in short supply, I only had two nodes (two sockets on each node for total of 16 cores) with which to run my tests. I'm not picky, however, I like to run HPC tests as this type of data is absent in the mainstream press. In particular, I am most interested in how multi-core and MPI play in the HPC space. There is plenty to discuss, but for some interesting benchmark numbers, read on.

Exciting news from Scalability
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Friday March 21 2008 @ 03:11PM EDT views: 868
Scalability: Well, you may have heard it already from other sources, but Scalable Informatics is now working with Wipro Technologies to provide high performance computing services, development, and support.

Intermediate Beowulf Administration and Optimization
Posted by: Ken Farmer on Friday March 21 2008 @ 03:09PM EDT views: 980
ClusterMonkey: Back by popular demand, the ARC at Georgetown University has for some strange reason decided to offer my Intermediate Beowulf Administration and Optimization course for a second time this March (18th-20th). The details and background are on the ARC HPC Training Page. Class size is limited, so if you have interest, sign up early. Course description is below. Excellent donuts.

DRI Resource Exchange adds window solutions and exceeds 10M
Posted by: Erik Weaver on Monday March 17 2008 @ 07:33AM EDT views: 1640
Digital Ribbon Inc has its sights on becoming the world's leading exchange for high performance computational resources. The firm recently added multiple large systems including a 4,600-core windows cluster.

DRI Resource Exchange adds window solutions and exceeds 10M
Posted by: Erik Weaver on Monday March 17 2008 @ 07:32AM EDT views: 684
Digital Ribbon Inc has its sights on becoming the world's leading exchange for high performance computational resources. The firm recently added multiple large systems.

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