Tag: MPI

QLogic Makes Case for Leaner, HPC-Centric InfiniBand

Jul 26, 2011 |

It was a bit of a surprise when QLogic beat out Mellanox as the interconnect vendor on the NNSA’s Tri-Lab Linux Capacity Cluster 2 contract. Not only was Mellanox the incumbent on the original Tri-Lab contract, but it is widely considered to have the more complete solution set for InfiniBand. Nevertheless, QLogic managed to win the day, and did so with somewhat unconventional technologies.

From Scripting to Scaling

Apr 12, 2010 |

New generation of HPC programmers embracing higher level languages.

A Couple of New InfiniBand Songs

Mar 25, 2010 |

QLogic intros new pass-through module; Voltaire debuts MPI offload technology.

The Cost to Play: CUDA Programming

Feb 18, 2010 |

NVIDIA’s success with CUDA is no accident.

The HPC Software Conundrum

Feb 11, 2010 |

Can a solution for HPC software live within MPI, OpenMP, CUDA, OpenCL, and/or Ct?

One Node For One Process

Jan 22, 2010 |

Hybridizing MPI applications with CPU cores and GP-GPUs.

Cray XT5m Midrange Supercomputer Builds Market Momentum

Sep 28, 2009 |

In March 2009, Cray announced the Cray XT5m system, a compatible midrange extension of the high-end Cray XT5 product line that was first to break the sustained petaflop performance barrier on real-world applications. In this interview, HPCwire asked Barry Bolding, Cray’s vice president of scalable systems, for an update on the midrange product.

Platform MPI, Take Two

Aug 26, 2009 |

Platform Computing continues in its quest to be a one-stop shop for cluster middleware.

HPC Hopscotch

Jun 17, 2009 |

Data locality is the key to efficient code.

Small HPC

Jun 10, 2009 |

Will multicore split HPC into two programming camps?

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