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UK Creates Massive 200,000-Core ‘HPC Service’

Feb 7, 2013 |

The United Kingdom is rapidly ramping up its HPC capabilities. The nation just launched its third HPC service in the last 12 months, a 200,000-core powerhouse, called “Accelerator,” designed to accommodate a wide range of academic and industry workloads.

UK Creates Massive 200,000-Core ‘HPC Service’

Feb 7, 2013 |

<img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/HECToR_phase3_cabs4_150x.jpg” alt=”” width=”101″ height=”56″ />The United Kingdom is rapidly ramping up its HPC capabilities. The nation just launched its third HPC service in the last 12 months, a 200,000-core powerhouse, called “Accelerator,” designed to accommodate a wide range of academic and industry workloads.

Blue Gene Sniffs for Black Gold in the Cloud

Jun 27, 2011 |

Dr. Manish Parashar describes the winning supercomputing as a service project from Rutgers University that demonstrates how to connecting two IBM Blue Gene/P systems in two different continents to form a large HPC cloud using the CometCloud framework.

IBM Supercomputer Reveals More Pieces of Pi

Apr 20, 2011 |

US-Australia research team solves “impossible” mathematical calculation.