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Optimizing HPC Clusters: Meeting the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow

October 22nd, 2020 |
Optimizing HPC Clusters: Meeting the Challenges of Today and Tomorrow

As high performance computing (HPC) moves far beyond its traditional users to the domains of AI, machine learning, enterprises and the cloud, and heterogeneous programming becomes the norm, Nico Mittenzwey, senior HPC engineer at Megware Computer, and Mike Lee, technical, [See the full post…]

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A Shift to Modern C++ Programming Models

A Shift to Modern C++ Programming Models

In this episode of Code Together, we talk to Alice Chan, Vice President and General Manager of Compiler Engineering at Intel, and Hal Finkel, Lead for Compiler Technology and Programming Languages at Argonne National Lab, about how the industry [See the full post…]

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Tackling Massive Scientific Challenges with AI/HPC Convergence – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 661

Tackling Massive Scientific Challenges with AI/HPC Convergence – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 661

In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Brandon Draeger, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Cray, joins Chip Chat to discuss the unique needs of HPC customers and how new Intel technologies in Cray systems are helping [See the full post…]

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Delivering on the Exascale Opportunity for the Advancement of Science – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 641

Delivering on the Exascale Opportunity for the Advancement of Science – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 641

In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: On March 18, Intel and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a plan to deliver the first U.S. supercomputer to exceed one exaflop (a quintillion floating point operations [See the full post…]

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