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OpenCL on any Windows PC

So, you own a Windows pc, but maybe you have an old GPU? Or maybe you’re just rocking a laptop with integrated graphics, and so you think: “There’s no way I could create cool GPU applications with OpenCL”. 818 more words

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NVIDIA receives DOE funding for HPC research

NVIDIA is among six technology companies to receive a total of US$258 funding from the US Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP).

The funding is to accelerate the development of next-generation supercomputers with the delivery of at least two exascale computing systems, one of which is targeted by 2021. 222 more words

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Transforming Your Business with SUSE Linux HPC at ISC 2017

We are a little more than a week away from the International Super-computing Conference (ISC) in Frankfurt, Germany and it’s clear that there will be a lot of SUSE HPC customers at this conference. 329 more words

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Google Plans to Demonstrate the Supremacy of Quantum Computing

IEEE Spectrum, Rachel Courtland
May 24, 2017

Google researchers say they plan to boost the volume of superconducting qubits built on integrated circuits (ICs) to create a 7×7 array and push operations to the limits of even the best supercomputers, demonstrating “quantum supremacy” by year’s end. 118 more words

High Performance Computing

Opportunity: NASA High Performance Fast Computing Challenge

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Overview (from the site above)

Do you want to help aerospace engineers solve problems faster? Does the phrase “nonlinear partial differential equations used for unsteady computations” excite you? 385 more words

Opportunity

Yet More On Reproducibility of Computational Results

I have commented before about the difficult problem of understanding and reproducing computations. This is a deep philosophical problem for computational thinking in general, and a critical concern for practical science. 678 more words

Computer Programming

Europe wants to have one exascale supercomputer by 2023

On March 23rd, in Rome, seven European countries signed a joint declaration on High Performance Computing (HPC), committing to an initiative that aims at securing the required budget and developing the technologies necessary to acquire and deploy two exascale supercomputers, in Europe, by 2023.  356 more words

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