Viewing posts from May, 2017

SDSC Doubles Down on GPUs for Comet Supercomputer

The San Diego Supercomputing Center (SDSC) will double the number of GPUs on Comet, a two-petaflop supercomputer that came online in 2015. The new coprocessors are being added in response to a growing demand for GPU computing by researchers using the system.

Machine Learning Will Reshape Diagnostic Medicine

Diagnosing disease is one of the more labor-intensive aspects of the healthcare system. It also happens to be one that is particularly well-suited to being performed by machine learning algorithms. While work in this area is in its early stages, the technology is evolving rapidly and appears poised to transform diagnostic medicine.

Intel Reverses Course on IDF and Lustre; Xeon Phi and Omni-Path Make Cloud Debut

Episode 170: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss Intel's latest HPC moves.

Jülich Preps for Five-Petaflop Supercomputer “Booster”

The Jülich Supercomputing Center is gearing up to deploy a 5-petaflop “Booster” system to augment its existing 1.7-petaflop JURECA cluster. The supercomputer combo will be the first Cluster-Booster platform modeled after the EU’s DEEP and DEEP-ER research projects.