New generation of HPC programmers embracing higher level languages.
QLogic intros new pass-through module; Voltaire debuts MPI offload technology.
NVIDIA’s success with CUDA is no accident.
Can a solution for HPC software live within MPI, OpenMP, CUDA, OpenCL, and/or Ct?
Hybridizing MPI applications with CPU cores and GP-GPUs.
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 Computing continues in its quest to be a one-stop shop for cluster middleware.
Data locality is the key to efficient code.
Will multicore split HPC into two programming camps?
HPC without coding in MPI is possible, but only if your problem fits into one of several high level frameworks.