Live and in Color, Meet the European Student Cluster Teams

The SC17 Student Cluster Competition welcomed two teams from Europe, the German team of FAU/TUC and Team Poland, the pride of Warsaw. Let's get to know them better through the miracle of video...

By Dan Olds

New Technologies, Industry Luminaries, and Outstanding Top500 Results Highlight Intel’s SC17 Presence

Last week, the rhetorical one-two punch of the Intel® HPC Developer Conference and Supercomputing 2017 offered global HPC aficionados new insights into the direction of advanced HPC technologies

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SC17 Student Cluster Kick Off – Guts, Glory, Grep

The SC17 Student Cluster Competition started with a well-orchestrated kick-off emceed by Stephen Harrell, the competition chair.

It began with a welcome from SC17 chair Bernd Mohr, where he la

By Dan Olds

SC Bids Farewell to Denver, Heads to Dallas for 30th

After a jam-packed four-day expo and intensive six-day technical program, SC17 has wrapped up another successful event that brought together nearly 13,000 visitors to the Colorado Convention Cent

By Tiffany Trader

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OpenACC Shines in Global Climate/Weather Codes

November 14, 2017

OpenACC, the directive-based parallel programming model used mostly for porting codes to GPUs for use on heterogeneous systems, came to SC17 touting impressive Read more…

By John Russell

AMD Showcases Growing Portfolio of EPYC and Radeon-based Systems at SC17

November 13, 2017

AMD’s charge back into HPC and the datacenter is on full display at SC17. Having launched the EPYC processor line in June along with its MI25 GPU the focus he Read more…

By John Russell

SC17: Legion Seeks to Elevate HPC Programming

November 9, 2017

As modern HPC architectures become ever more complex, so too does the task of programming these machines. In the quest for the trifecta of better performance, portability and programmability, new HPC programming systems are being developed. The Legion programming system, a data-centric parallel programming system for writing portable high performance programs, is one such effort. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Co-Design Center Develops Next-Gen Simulation Tools

November 8, 2017

The exascale architectures on the horizon for supercomputing pose intricate challenges to the developers of large-scale scientific applications. Running efficie Read more…

By Scott Gibson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Arm Rolls Out Expanded Allinea Studio in Support of HPC

November 7, 2017

Arm today announced expanded support for HPC with availability of Arm Allinea Studio. The expanded tool suite provides access to Arm-specific compliers and libraries alongside debug and optimization tools. Arm says the move means the Arm server ecosystem “now has access to an end-to-end commercial suite for building and porting High Performance Computing (HPC) applications.” Read more…

By John Russell

SC17: AI and Machine Learning are Central to Computational Attack on Cancer

November 7, 2017

Enlisting computational technologies in the war on cancer isn’t new but it has taken on an increasingly decisive role. At SC17, Eric Stahlberg, director of th Read more…

By John Russell

SC17: Singularity Preps Version 3.0, Nears 1M Containers Served Daily

November 1, 2017

Just a few months ago about half a million jobs were being run daily using Singularity containers, the LBNL-founded container platform intended for HPC. That wa Read more…

By John Russell

2017 Gordon Bell Prize Finalists Named

October 23, 2017

The three finalists for this year’s Gordon Bell Prize in High Performance Computing have been announced. They include two papers on projects run on China’s Read more…

By John Russell

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