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Nanyang Technological University Lead Computing Performance
On May 20, the first day of ASC15 Student Supercomputer Challenge in Taiyuan, Shanxi province, China, the team of Nanyang Technological University (NTU) from Singapore accomplished impressive high performance on floating point computing with the rate of 11.92 Tflop/s and broke the world record under 3000W power budget.Read more...
25 Percent of Life Scientists Will Require HPC in 2015Life science research has long been compute-intensive but requirements have largely been satisfied with traditional workstations and simple clusters. That’s changing: “Roughly 25 percent of life scientists, and this includes bench-level scientists, will require HPC capabilities in 2015, few of whom have ever used a command line,” said Ari Berman, GM of Government Read more…
ISC Keynote Preview: Why Mercedes-Benz Uses HPC
World-renowned for automotive quality and safety, Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz cars are also highly innovative. To share the inside story, Dr. Jürgen Kohler, the head of NVH CAE and Vehicle Concepts at Daimler AG, will talk about “High-Performance Computing – Highly Efficient Development – Mercedes-Benz Cars” at the opening keynote at this year’s ISC High Performance conference.