Defining Scalable OS Requirements for Exascale and Beyond

October 5, 2015

Over the past couple of decades two primary trends have driven system software for supercomputers to become significantly more complex. First, hardware has beco Read more…

By Robert W. Wisniewski, Chief Software Architect for Extreme Scale Computing, Intel

A Sneak Peek at the Next-Gen Exascale Operating System

July 31, 2013

This week we talked to Argonne National Lab's Pete Beckman, who serves as Director of the Exascale Technology and Computing Institute and is spearheading a DoE funded $9.75 million effort to make a Linux core speak at scale. The project, called Argo, will address traditionally non-OS-ish functions, including key power balancing.... Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

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