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The Week in HPC Research

Apr 25, 2013 |

We’ve scoured the journals and conference proceedings to bring you the top research stories of the week. This diverse set of items includes advancements in petascale-era development environments; balancing performance with power efficiency; optimizing computer science instruction; and a possible path to extreme heterogeneity.

Debugging at Titan Scale

Apr 15, 2013 |

Getting scientific applications to scale across Titan’s 300,000 compute cores means there will be bugs. Finding those bugs is where Allinea DDT comes in.

Mathematica 8 Gets Performance Boost, Integration with Wolfram Alpha

Dec 14, 2010 |

The eighth version of Mathematica was released last month, the latest in Wolfram Research’s 22-year-old computational software platform. Although the tool is a relative newcomer to the high performance computing world, a raft of new capabilities have been added over the last several years that are aimed directly at the performance crowd. Mathematica 8 builds on those capabilities and adds some new ones that make it a serious contender for HPC applications.

Rogue Wave Adds Acumem to Its HPC Stable

Oct 4, 2010 |

Rogue Wave Software has acquired HPC toolmaker Acumen AB, a Swedish company that makes performance optimization tools for multithreaded applications. Acumem brought its first products to market in 2008, based on technology developed by Erik Hagersten and his research team at Uppsala University. Acumem’s product set and engineering group will be retained, along with the company’s office in Uppsala, Sweden.

Microsoft Releases Developer Tools for Parallel Computing, Concurrency and Coordination

Oct 29, 2008 |

Microsoft’s new set of libraries promises to help developers exploit multicore processing without requiring anyone to become a threading and distributed computing guru.