TACC Talks with Gordon Bell Prize Winners Johann Rudi and Omar Ghattas

November 25, 2015

One of the undisputed highlights of SC each November is the acclaimed ACM Gordon Bell Prize in High Performance Computing, which since 1987 has recognized the Read more…

UK Creates Massive 200,000-Core ‘HPC Service’

February 7, 2013

The United Kingdom is rapidly ramping up its HPC capabilities. The nation just launched its third HPC service in the last 12 months, a 200,000-core powerhouse, called "Accelerator," designed to accommodate a wide range of academic and industry workloads. Read more…

UK Creates Massive 200,000-Core ‘HPC Service’

February 7, 2013

The United Kingdom is rapidly ramping up its HPC capabilities. The nation just launched its third HPC service in the last 12 months, a 200,000-core powerhouse, called "Accelerator," designed to accommodate a wide range of academic and industry workloads. Read more…

Blue Gene Sniffs for Black Gold in the Cloud

June 27, 2011

Dr. Manish Parashar describes the winning supercomputing as a service project from Rutgers University that demonstrates how to connecting two IBM Blue Gene/P systems in two different continents to form a large HPC cloud using the CometCloud framework. Read more…

IBM Supercomputer Reveals More Pieces of Pi

April 20, 2011

US-Australia research team solves "impossible" mathematical calculation. Read more…

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