This Week in HPC

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What Brexit Means for High Performance Computing

Addison Snell discusses the potential ramifications of Brexit on the HPC industry with special guest Andrew Jones, HPC Consulting Team Leader at Numerical Algorithms Group.

Moore's Law Gets a Hearing and Petaflop Club Ups Its Membership

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman wrap up their thoughts about ISC16 with an analysis of the direction of HPC post Moore's Law, and consider the newest members of the Petaflop club.

10th Anniversary of Intel Threaded Building Blocks with Special Guest James Reinders

Addison Snell welcomes HPC and parallel computing expert James Reinders to discuss Intel's Threaded Building Blocks on its tenth anniversary.

Knight's Landing and Pascal GPU Face Off at ISC and Fujitsu Surprises With ARM

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss the top news items coming out of the ISC'16 conference.

New #1 Supercomputer Crushes Competition and China Takes TOP500 by Storm

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman dissect the top stories from the start of ISC 2016, including the Chinese dominance of the Top500 list.

Mellanox Launches ConnectX-5 and Cavium Buys QLogic, Plus a Preview of ISC

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss Mellanox's newest offering, Cavium's purchase of QLogic, and the promise of ISC'16.

Intel Cranks Out New Xeons and South Africa Leaps to Petaflops

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss Intel's new 8800/4400 series Xeon processors and South Africa's latest supercomputer.

A New Stampede in Texas and Taking Watson to the Edge

Addison Snell and Michael Feldman are joined by Chris Willard, PhD, as they discuss TACC's new supercomputer and the IBM/Cisco Watson partnership.

Cray's Newest Analytics Supercomputer and India's Home-Grown HPC

Addison and Michael analyze the week's big HPC news.

DDN Enters All-Flash Arena and IBM Demos Advanced Phase-Change Memory

Addison and Michael analyze the week's big HPC news.