Who’s heading to SC’15 this weekend? I am!
Austin looks to have an exciting lineup this year. Here’s the things I’m involved with:
We’ve also got some fun schwag to give away in the Cisco booth. You’ll have to stop by to see what it is.
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Tags: HPC, libfabric, mpi, Supercomputing
Are you going to be in Denver at SC’13 next week?
You need to stop by the Cisco booth (#2535) and say hi to your friendly neighborhood Open MPI developers: Dave Goodell, Reese Faucette, and Jeff Squyres.
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Tags: HPC, mpi, Open MPI, SC, Supercomputing, USNIC
Cisco showcases its 100 gigabit technology at SC11, the international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and National Lambda Rail.
Check out the press release here.
Tags: 100G, National Lambda Rail, NLR, sc11, Supercomputing
I’m sure most everyone has heard already, but the K supercomputer has been upgraded and now reaches over 10 petaflops. Wow!
10.51 petaflops, actually, so if you round up, you can say that they “turned it up to 11.” Ahem.
We’ll actually have Shinji Sumimoto from the K team speaking during the Open MPI BOF at SC’11. Rolf vandeVaart from NVIDIA will also be discussing their role in Open MPI during the BOF.
We have the 12:15-1:15pm timeslot on Wednesday (room TCC 303); come join us to hear about the present status and future plans for Open MPI.
Tags: HPC, Open MPI, Supercomputing
SC’10 has now ended; in addition to being quite the cardio / leg workout from all the walking, it was a great show. My December calendar is stacked full of meetings setup as a direct result of discussions from SC’10. w00t.
Brock and I did our annual post-SC wrapup podcast (ok, it’s only the 2nd time we’ve done it, but it’s an “emerging tradition”). It’s the one time a year where Brock and I are physically in the same location to do the podcast.
I’ll be on the US Thanksgiving holiday for the next week, so it’s highly unlikely that I’ll add anything here until next week sometime. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!
Tags: HPC, Supercomputing