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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?

Sledgehammer HPC

Apr 29, 2009 |

HPC without coding in MPI is possible, but only if your problem fits into one of several high level frameworks.