NERSC Cori Shows the World How Many-Cores for the Masses Works

April 21, 2017

As its mission, the high performance computing center for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, NERSC (the National Energy Research Supercomputer Cen Read more…

OpenACC Expands Community, Reveals Roadmap Details

November 7, 2016

In advance of the SC16 expo in Salt Lake City next week, the OpenACC standards group today welcomed newest member NSSC-Wuxi and highlighted a number of important developments for the directives-based programming standard. Ahead of the announcement, HPCwire spoke with Michael Wolfe, technical director of OpenACC, and Duncan Poole, OpenACC president and director of platform alliances for accelerated computing at Nvidia. Read more…

On-Chip Device Accelerates Core-to-Core Communication

September 13, 2016

A team of engineers from North Carolina State University and Intel have joined forces to address on-chip communications bottlenecks that hamper performance scal Read more…

Why 2016 Is the Most Important Year in HPC in Over Two Decades

August 23, 2016

In 1994, two NASA employees connected 16 commodity workstations together using a standard Ethernet LAN and installed open-source message passing software that a Read more…

Mellanox Spins EZchip/Tilera IP Into BlueField Networking Silicon

June 1, 2016

Mellanox today introduced the BlueField family of programmable processors, the first product technology based on its $811 million acquisition of fellow Iraeli high-tech company EZchip. The fact that the product announcement is taking place just three months after the completion of the purchase speaks to the strong synergies between EZchip and Mellanox, said Bob Doud, senior director of marketing at Mellanox. Read more…

James Reinders: Parallelism Has Crossed a Threshold

February 4, 2016

Is the parallel everything era here? What happens when you can assume parallel cores? In the second half of our in-depth interview, Intel's James Reinders discu Read more…

Processor Diversity on the Rise, Reports Intersect360

November 12, 2015

Intel x86 processors continue to dominate HPC servers while the number of cores per processor also keeps rising, perhaps no surprises there. Also somewhat antic Read more…

OpenACC Reviews Latest Developments and Future Plans

November 11, 2015

This week during the lead up to SC15 the OpenACC standards group announced several new developments including the release and ratification of the 2.5 version of Read more…

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