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Jan
5th

NVIDIA’s Drive PX 2 Is a Liquid-Cooled Supercomputer for Cars

Author: Engadget | Files under syndicated

NVIDIA is getting serious about delivering powerful chips to enable self-driving cars. NVIDIA’s sequel to the Drive PX in-car computer it debuted last year is a liquid-cooled beast with the power equivalent to 150 MacBook Pros.


Dec
18th

Getting Started With Intel’s Clear Linux High-Performance Distribution

Author: Phoronix | Files under syndicated

For the past year Intel’s Open-Source Technology Center has been working on the Clear Linux Project as a way to accelerate VMs to the point they are as fast as software containers and provide the best Linux support for Intel hardware in various cloud u…


Dec
11th

HPC Myths Need Not Hamper the Technology’s Growth

Author: insideHPC | Files under syndicated

In this special guest feature, Kristin Hansen, Chief Marketing Officer at Bright Computing writes that HPC doesn’t need to be held back by commonly held misconceptions. 


Dec
11th

Facebook to Open-Source AI Hardware Design

Author: Linux.com - All Content | Files under syndicated

 
FAIR is more than tripling its investment in GPU hardware as we focus even more on research and enable other teams across the company to use neural networks in our products and services. As part of our ongoing commitment to open source and open…


Dec
9th

Bright Cluster Manage Integrates with Dell PowerEdge Servers for HPC Environments

Author: insideHPC | Files under syndicated

Today Bright Computing announced that the latest version of its Bright Cluster Manager software, version 7.1, is now integrated with Dell’s 13th generation PowerEdge server portfolio. 


Dec
8th

MapR Floats Streams for Integrated Big Data Stack

Author: The Register | Files under syndicated

MapR has unveiled a converged cluster plan to do away with emerging silos in big data. The NoSQL startup today announced Streams as the newest part of what the firm has branded the MapR Converged Data Platform. 


Dec
1st

Altair to Open Source PBS Professional HPC Technology in 2016

Author: insideHPC | Files under syndicated

Altair has announced that it will provide an open source licensing option of PBS Professional® (PBS Pro). PBS Pro will become available under two different licensing options for commercial installations and as an Open Source Initiative compliant version. Altair will work closely with Intel and the Linux Foundation’s OpenHPC Collaborative…


Dec
1st

Seagate and Newisys Demonstrate 1 TB/s Flash Architecture

Author: insideHPC | Files under syndicated

Today Seagate and Newisys announced a new flash storage architecture capable or 1 Terabyte/sec performance. Designed for HPC applications, the “industry’s fastest flash storage design” comprises 21 Newisys NSS-2601 with dual NSS-HWxEA Storage Server Modules deployed with Seagate’s newest SAS 1200.2 SSD drives. These devices can be combined in a…


Nov
30th

HPC Helps Drive Weather Forecasting

Author: insideHPC | Files under syndicated

The computational requirements for weather forecasting are driven by the need for higher resolution models for more accurate and extended forecasts. In addition, more physics and chemistry processes are included in the models so we can observe the very…


Nov
24th

Setting a Path for the Next-Generation of High-Performance Computing Architecture

Author: insideHPC | Files under syndicated

At SC15, Intel talked about some transformational high-performance computing (HPC) technologies and the architecture—Intel® Scalable System Framework (Intel® SSF). Intel describes Intel SSF as “an advanced architectural approach for simplifying the procurement, deployment, and management of HPC systems, while broadening the accessibility of HPC to more industries and workloads.” Intel…