Hubble Telescope, Supercomputing Enable Exoplanet Observations

May 5, 2022

The first exoplanet detection happened only 30 years ago—but now, thanks to rapid advances in observation and data processing technologies, astronomers are wo Read more…

AWS-Powered Research Identifies 130,000+ New RNA Viruses

February 8, 2022

Beyond the immediate investigations surrounding new variants and pharmaceuticals, the Covid-19 pandemic is raising the profile of another crucial, anxiety-induc Read more…

Air-Cooled Supercomputer Is Among World’s Greenest

December 9, 2013

Unlike this November's TOP500 list, which had very little churn in the top 10 (only one new system, Piz Daint, squeezed into the elite club) the most recent Gre Read more…

Study: Reverse Debuggers can Decrease Debugging Time by an Average of 26%

March 25, 2013

According to a <a href="http://www.roguewave.com/company/news-events/press-releases/2013/university-of-cambridge-reverse-debugging-study.aspx?utm_source=HPCwire&utm_medium=Spotlight&utm_campaign=ITS-20130325" target="_blank">recent study</a> at the University of Cambridge, researchers found that when respondents use reverse debugging tools, like Rogue Wave’s <a href="http://www.roguewave.com/products/totalview/replayengine.aspx?utm_source=HPCwire&utm_medium=Spotlight&utm_campaign=ITS-20130325" target="_blank">Replay Engine</a>, their debugging time decreased by an average of 26%. Developers, like you, can leverage these time savings to develop additional products, features, and capabilities. Read more…

Study: Reverse Debuggers can Decrease Debugging Time by an Average of 26%

March 25, 2013

According to a <a href="http://www.roguewave.com/company/news-events/press-releases/2013/university-of-cambridge-reverse-debugging-study.aspx?utm_source=HPCwire&utm_medium=Spotlight&utm_campaign=ITS-20130325" target="_blank">recent study</a> at the University of Cambridge, researchers found that when respondents use reverse debugging tools, like Rogue Wave’s <a href="http://www.roguewave.com/products/totalview/replayengine.aspx?utm_source=HPCwire&utm_medium=Spotlight&utm_campaign=ITS-20130325" target="_blank">Replay Engine</a>, their debugging time decreased by an average of 26%. Developers, like you, can leverage these time savings to develop additional products, features, and capabilities. Read more…

Stephen Hawking Gets a New Supercomputer

July 23, 2012

SGI newest shared-memory machine will help uncover the secrets of the universe. Read more…

HPC Powers Unite!

July 3, 2012

The Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge have joined forces to offer HPC-as-a-Service to the UK business community. Read more…

The Week in Review

August 12, 2010

COSMOS Consortium selects an SGI Altix UV supercomputer to support high-end workloads; and Verari rebrand announced. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup. Read more…

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