ASC19: NTHU Returns to Glory

May 11, 2019

As many of you Student Cluster Competition fanatics know by now, Taiwan’s National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) won the gold medal at the recently concluded AS Read more…

ASC19: Hard Work Recognized

May 9, 2019

In this article, we take a quick look at a few teams who out-performed expectations at the recently concluded ASC19. These are teams who haven’t been in the w Read more…

ASC19: Student Cluster Competition Madness

May 8, 2019

Student Cluster Competition madness is spreading like a particularly aggressive fungus, infecting everyone who comes near it. Jack Dongarra, the Frank Sinatra o Read more…

ASC19: Application Results Revealed!

May 6, 2019

If you’re going to win a Student Cluster Competition, you have to run real-world scientific applications at scale and make them run like a deer fleeing a fore Read more…

ASC19: Sparse Matrix, Big Results

May 4, 2019

National Tsing Hua University from Taiwan came into Dalian and grabbed the highest HPCG benchmark score, running away from the rest of the field like a scorched weasel. The team scored an amazing 2,004.96 Gflop/s on a benchmark that is one of the most severe tests for any cluster. Read more…

ASC19: LINs Packed Aplenty

April 30, 2019

Beihang University topped the 20-team field by a comfortable margin to snag the Highest Linpack award at ASC19. The team turned in a score of 50.21 teraflops, w Read more…

Meet the ASC19 Clusters, CPUs are Back in Style

April 23, 2019

Here’s the first look at the configurations of the ASC19 Student Cluster Competition teams. First thing to realize is that all of the hardware is being genero Read more…

Students Gird for Cluster Mayhem at ASC19

April 23, 2019

Final cluster configurations have been set, and competitors in the ASC19 Student Supercomputer Challenge have started running the various AI models and HPC benc Read more…

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