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Top 500 Results Reveal Global Acceleration, Balance Shift

Jun 17, 2013 |

The Top 500 list of the world’s fastest computers has just been announced. Not surprisingly, since it’s been reported on prior to the official announcement, the Chinese Tianhe-2 system tops the list. And that is an understatement. We talk with Jack Dongarra, Horst Simon, Hans Meuer and others from the….

Six Can’t Miss Sessions for ISC’13

Jun 13, 2013 |

Outside of the main attractions, including the keynote sessions, vendor showdowns, Think Tank panels, BoFs, and tutorial elements, the International Supercomputing Conference has balanced its five-day agenda with some striking panels, discussions and topic areas that are worthy of some attention….

Intel Carves Mainstream Highway for Lustre

Jun 12, 2013 |

Today Intel announced some new pitches to push Lustre in front of enterprise eyeballs with usability features for Lustre and a total rip and replace for the native Hadoop file system designed to appeal to the HPC-oriented Hadoop set. We talked with Brent Gorda, former CEO and founder of Whamcloud, which Intel acquired just a tick under a year ago about how….

A Conversation with Dr. Hans Meuer and Dr. Horst Gietl

Apr 22, 2013 |

Gearing up for ISC’13, contributor Miha Ahronovitz examines where HPC has been and where it’s headed. In this in-depth interview, Drs. Hans Meuer and Horst Gietl recount the origins of the TOP500 list and wax prophetic on the future of supercomputing, including the peril and promise of parallel programming as well as the long-term shift away from compute centrism.

Future Challenges of Large-Scale Computing

Apr 15, 2013 |

Ahead of his opening conference keynote at ISC’13, Bill Dally, chief scientist at NVIDIA and senior vice president of NVIDIA Research, shares his views on where HPC is headed. Among the key topics covered are the demand for heterogenous computing, overcoming the memory wall, the implications of government belt-tightening, and much more…

On the Other Side of Moore’s Law

Mar 22, 2013 |

<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/Pawlowski_100.jpg” alt=”” width=”95″ height=”108″ />Intel Senior Fellow Stephen Pawlowski has watched Moore’s Law in action for 30 years, helping to develop new microprocessors at the company that Gordon Moore co-founded. Through that time he has made some observations and developed a prediction of his own: A faster version of Moore’s Law called Moore Squared, the topic of his coming keynote at ISC’13. We ask him a few questions.

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