As you probably already know, the MPI-3.0 document was published in September of 2012.
We even got a new logo for MPI-3. Woo hoo!
The MPI Forum has been busy working on both errata to MPI-3.0 (which will be collated and published as “MPI-3.1″) and all-new functionality for MPI-4.0.
The current plan is to finalize all errata and outstanding issues for MPI-3.1 in our December 2014 meeting (i.e., in the post-Supercomputing lull). This means that we can vote on the final MPI-3.1 document at the next MPI Forum meeting in March 2015.
MPI is sometimes criticized for being “slow” in development. Why on earth would it take 2 years to formalize errata from the MPI-3.0 document into an MPI-3.1 document?
The answer is (at least) twofold:
- This stuff is really, really complicated. What appears to be a trivial issue almost always turns out to have deeper implications that really need to be understood before proceeding. This kind of deliberate thought and process simply takes time.
- MPI is a standard. Publishing a new version of that standard has a very large impact; it decides the course of many vendors, researchers, and users. Care must be taken to get that publication as correct as possible. Perfection is unlikely — as scientists and engineers, we absolutely have to admit that — but we want to be as close to fully-correct as possible.
MPI-4 is still “in the works”. Big New Things, such as endpoints and fault tolerant behavior is still under active development. MPI-4 is still a ways off, so it’s a bit early to start making predictions about what will/will not be included.
Tags: HPC, mpi, MPI-3
Please welcome Donald Graham, Practice Advisor, Manufacturing & Energy Practice, Business Transformation Group to the Cisco Energy Blog.
Donald Graham, Practice Advisor
Manufacturing & Energy Practice
Business Transformation Group
I am pleased to introduce Donald Graham, a Sr. Vertical Practice Advisor in Cisco’s Business Transformation Group, to the Cisco Energy Blog. I his role Donald is responsible for helping to catalyze and accelerate customer business impact from technology investment across the Utilities and Smart Grid Practice. He draws upon 20 years of private and public sector experience where he assisted companies through development of technology transformation strategies. His areas of expertise includes; Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Grid and Utilities, Security, Workforce enablement, Organization Transformation, and Business/IT Alignment.
Before joining Cisco Systems, Donald worked at IBM Global Services, where he assisted Fortune 500 clients, such as HSBC, Gore, New Zealand Diary and Citibank in developing global and business architectures for organizational transformation strategies.
He is a graduate of New Jersey Institute of Technology, BS, Industrial Engineering,a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE), a member of IEEE Power and Energy Society and Marine Corps veteran.
He has presented on a wide range of Technology and Business events such as:
We look forward to his industry insights and thought leadership. Welcome Donald!
Tags: Btx, Business Transformation Group, Cisco, donald graham, Energy, utilities
Rijksmuseum in the Netherlands is one of the top 10 art and history museums in the world.
We live in an era where information is available in the palm of our hands and traditional institutions such as museums are inevitably facing the consequences of this. Even though the museum dates back to the 1800’s with artifacts from the middle ages, they have embraced modern technology to adapt to the changing landscape. This was as a matter of survival considering the competition from other institutions.
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Tags: 802.11ac, byod, Cisco, mobile, mobility, small business, technology, wifi, wireless
Perhaps you’ve seen the shirts. Maybe you’ve joined in or listened to an episode of Cisco Champion Radio. Or maybe you can not resist learning new things and having access to experts in your area of technical expertise.
Join us–submit your CIsco Champion for Data Center nomination today!
No matter the reason, if you are curious about the Cisco Champion program, now is the time to nominate. yourself or a colleague for consideration for 2015!
- October 1: Open call for nominations
- October 31: Deadline to submit nominations
- November 25: Cisco Champion Class of 2015 announced
Act now! It’s a great opportunity to participate in everything from blogger briefings to podcasts, and to get to know your industry and your peers better. We need your voice.
Tags: cisco champion, Cisco Champions, cloud, data center
This blog post was co-authored by Michael Ganser, Cisco’s SVP for Central and Eastern Europe. Follow Michael on Twitter @MichaelGanser
The inter-connection among society, the economy and environment, enabled by Internet of Everything (IoE) technology, was a central theme at the recent M-Smart City Summit hosted by the City of Hamburg.
It is no coincidence that the Summit was incubated here and its public and private sector leaders advanced the overall theme of connecting the
unconnected. Collectively, Hamburg’s leadership is driving a visionary strategy to digitize the entire metropolitan region, virtually connecting government, port, business, citizenry, healthcare, academia, public safety and other key organizations.
After just a few years, historic Hamburg has burst into the 21st century as not only a modernized Smart City, but also as a Smart + Connected Community, or, as some call it, a futuristic Seatropolis, anchored by the economic powerhouse of Hamburg‘s port operations.
Essential Application Centric Infrastructure
Today, we are thrilled to release a new video starring Hamburg. In “Internet of Everything Transforms Hamburg into a Smart City,” we showcase how leaders started with an ICT master plan to incorporate a single platform for collaboration, that leverages essential Application Centric Infrastructure. This integrated network stretches across departments and organizations throughout the urban landscape, seamlessly connecting people, processes data and things — a single digital overlay to existing physical infrastructure.
With many more Internet of Everything plans still in the works, Hamburg has already realized tremendous value Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Hamburg, Internet of Everything, internet of things, Jens Meier, Jurgen Bruns-Berentelg, Michael Ganser, Olaf Scholz, Smart City, Wim Elfrink