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Euro MPI 2015 CFP (now featuring 100% more Europe)

Euro MPI 2015 has returned to Europe!  (recall that Euro MPI/Asia 2014 was in beautiful Kyoto, Japan)

Euro MPI 2015 will be September 21-24 in Bordeaux, France.

That means that it’s that time of year again: get your papers ready for submission!  The CFP was just recently published: Read More »

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The state of libfabric in Open MPI

Yesterday morning, I gave a presentation at the 2015 OpenFabrics Software Developers’ Workshop.  I discussed the status of libfabric support in Open MPI.

Here’s a copy of my slides:

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Cisco usNIC libfabric provider presentation

Earlier this morning, I gave a presentation at the 2015 OpenFabrics Software Developers’ Workshop.  I discussed Cisco’s experiences with writing providers for both the Linux Verbs API and the Libfabric API.

Here’s a copy of my slides:

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MPI-3.1! …not quite yet

MPI 3 logoThe MPI Forum met for our quarterly meeting last week in Portland, Oregon.

The main goal of the meeting was to pass the MPI-3.1 standard into law.  MPI-3.1 contains a bunch of errata from MPI-3.0, and a small number of new things.

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A Farewell to LAM/MPI

LAM/MPI logoWith a little sadness, I note that LAM/MPI was officially retired recently.

LAM/MPI’s hosting provider, Indiana University, made the decision not to renew the lam-mpi.org domain any more.  As of a few weeks ago, LAM/MPI’s web site is no more, and its domain is in the process of expiring.

LAM/MPI was a highly popular implementation of the MPI standard that was initially developed at the Ohio Supercomputing Center, eventually transferred to the University of Notre Dame, and then later finally moved to Indiana University.

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