July 7, 2021
An increasingly watched benchmark is the IO500 which measures storage system performance with an updated IO500 list released twice a year in concert with ISC an Read more…
July 6, 2021
Earth modeling is extraordinarily complex – and when the earth quakes, it’s no different. The mechanisms of many earthquakes consistently flummox seismologi Read more…
July 5, 2021
As the largest-ever radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will be a behemoth. As the name implies, the instruments of the massive radio telescope will span well over one square kilometer, using hundreds of dishes and hundreds of thousands of low-frequency aperture array telescopes spread across remote lands in Australia and South Africa that have as little human radio interference as possible. Costing billions of dollars, construction... Read more…
July 2, 2021
Last year, there was an enormous upheaval: the Student Cluster Competition, which involves teams of students building computer clusters on the show floors of ISC and SC conferences, had to scramble to figure out a way to go virtual for ISC 2020. This year, at ISC 2021, it seemed almost second nature, with the conference even managing to pull a second remote... Read more…
July 1, 2021
In a somewhat shortened version of his annual ISC keynote surveying the HPC landscape Thomas Sterling, lauded the community’s effort in bringing HPC to bear in the fight against the pandemic, welcomed the start of the exascale – if not yet exaflops – era with quick tour of some big machines, speculated a little on what China may be planning, and paid tribute to new and ongoing efforts to bring fresh talent into HPC. Sterling is a longtime HPC leader... Read more…
June 29, 2021
ISC High Performance 2021 kicked off yesterday with a keynote from Dr. Xiaoxiang Zhu, a professor of data science and Earth observation at the Technical University of Munich. The conference, held virtually for the second time due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, featured a surprisingly COVID-light agenda... Read more…
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