Strengthening High Performance Computing with OpenHPC– Intel Chip Chat – Episode 427

December 10th, 2015 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Karl Schulz, Principal Engineer of the Enterprise High Performance Computing Group at Intel discusses the OpenHPC community effort to provide an integrated collection of high performance computing (HPC) centric components that can be used to provide full-featured reference HPC software stacks. He illustrates how open source has historically been very prominent in HPC and how it is critical for HPC to continually innovate and evolve at such a rapid rate. Karl explains how providing new HPC-centric packages through OpenHPC will enable both open-source and proprietary software vendors to focus on innovation of HPC systems and in turn benefit the entire HPC community.

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