Tag: Jack Dongarra
The TOP500 organizers published their 45th twice-yearly list this week in tandem with ISC 2015 in Frankfurt, Germany. What is becoming increasingly clear, as our analysis piece covered and as many in the community have also pointed out, is that the salad days of “better-than-Moore’s” performance growth hit an inflection point in 2008. We went into the Read more…
July has been rather quiet in the HPC space, but what better time to start looking ahead and preparing for the busy fall ahead, including the preeminent annual HPC event: SC14. Attendees won’t flock to this event until November 16, but SC planners are busy getting everything into place, including the core event offering: the Read more…
Noted HPC pioneers weigh in on the coming class of exascale systems.
This week National Public Radio is airing a short series on high performance computing, with today’s installment focusing on the top-ranked Chinese system.
Tablet delivers 1990s-era TOP500 performance.
University of Tennessee Professor Jack Dongarra champions exascale computing.
The petascale era of supercomputing is barely underway, but the effort to reach the exascale level has already begun. The University of Tennessee’s Jack Dongarra has been involved with an international project to develop software that will support exascale computing. We got a chance to speak with him before ISC and talk about the work being done.
China and Singapore gear up petascale efforts.