GlobalFoundries, Ayar Labs Team Up to Commercialize Optical I/O

December 4, 2017

GlobalFoundries (GF) and Ayar Labs, a startup focused on using light, instead of electricity, to transfer data between chips, today announced they've entered in Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Numascale Delivers Shared Memory Systems at Cluster Price with Virtually Unlimited Number of Cores and Memory

August 19, 2013

Numascale’s Numaconnect is now applied in servers form IBM and Supermicro to create versatile and scaleable systems with large headroom for cores and memory. The systems run standard Linux operating systems and do not rely upon any complicated virtualization layers. The ccNuma approach is based on well established experience in computer architecture. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

The Week in HPC Research

April 11, 2013

The top research stories of the week include an evaluation of multi-stage programming with Terra; a look at parallel I/O for multicore architectures; a survey of on-chip monitoring approaches used in multicore SoCs; a review of grid security protocols and architectures; and a discussion of the finer distinctions between HPC and cloud computing. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

HPC in the Cloud Research Roundup

March 15, 2013

The top HPC cloud research story this week addresses the question: What if it were possible to cheaply and easily test the suitability of moving to a cloud platform – a virtual "try it before you buy it"? In other items, researchers explore the reliability of HPC cloud, take another pass at GPU virtualization, and evaluate I/O performance in Amazon's EC2 cloud. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

The Future of Workload Management

October 12, 2012

In this era of heterogeneous architectures and hybrid infrastructures, workload managers are necessarily becoming more and more sophisticated. Looking toward the future of workload management, there are three major trends: application insight, big data awareness, and HPC clouds. While inter-related, each has something important to contribute to the advancement of HPC. Read more…

By Chad Harrington

The Future of Workload Management

October 12, 2012

In this era of heterogeneous architectures and hybrid infrastructures, workload managers are necessarily becoming more and more sophisticated. Looking toward the future of workload management, there are three major trends: application insight, big data awareness, and HPC clouds. While inter-related, each has something important to contribute to the advancement of HPC. Read more…

By Chad Harrington

When Is Cloud the Right Choice for HPC?

August 9, 2012

Cloud technologies have become integral to a number of services including video streaming, file sharing and social media to name a few. But when it comes to HPC applications, the benefits don't always translate. Read more…

By Robert Gelber

When Time Is of the Egress: Optimizing Your Transfers

July 31, 2012

Traditionally running scientific workloads in AWS provides a diverse toolkit that allows researchers to easily sling data around different time zones, regions, or even globally once the data is inside of the infrastructure sandbox. However, getting data in and out of AWS has historically been more of a challenge. Cycle Computing's Andrew Kaczorek and Dan Harris offer some helpful tips on optimizing ingress and egress transfers. Read more…

By Andrew Kaczorek and Dan Harris

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