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Analytical storage planning reduces procurement costs
A very useful method is the analytical storage planning based on measurement data. In the following example, the MS Exchangearea of a company was analyzed to determine the required supply power.
see attached picture
Fig 2: measured values allow a...
from Blog: The BVQ Blog


I am back
AntonySatyadas
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planet
collaboration
virtualize
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cio
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linux
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Lotusphere 2009 was quite exciting. I am back again here due to requests from customers and partners who wanted to keep a pulse on competitive insights. So what is new? what is hot? Cost reduction strategies is hot. Remember? Liberate, Migrate, Virtualize......
from Blog: Social Business transformation


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C Community Blog
NancyWang
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parallel_performance
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parallel_computing
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2,920 Visits
A reduction is the process of combining elements of a vector (or array) to yield a single aggregate element. It is commonly used in scientific computations. For instance the inner product of two ndimensional vectors x, y is given by: This computation requires...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C
NancyWang
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reduction
upc_programming
upc
parallel_computing
parallel
upc_forall
1,373 Visits
A reduction is the process of combining elements of a vector (or array) to yield a single aggregate element. It is commonly used in scientific computations. For instance the inner product of two ndimensional vectors x, y is given by: This computation requires...
from Blog: Parallel and MultiCore Computing with C/C++


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C (part 2) Community Blog
NancyWang
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cppcafe
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parallel_performance
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continue from the previous parallel reduction blog The result is obvious wrong, but what is the problem? The keen reader might point out that the program as written contains a race condition. Multiple threads can write into shared variable "sum" concurrently,...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C (part 2)
NancyWang
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parallel_programming
upc_forall
parallel_performance
reduction
parallel_computing
upc
parallel
1,230 Visits
continue from the previous parallel reduction blog The result is obvious wrong, but what is the problem? The keen reader might point out that the program as written contains a race condition. Multiple threads can write into shared variable "sum" concurrently,...
from Blog: Parallel and MultiCore Computing with C/C++


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C (part 3) Community Blog
NancyWang
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parallel
reduction
upc
upc_forall
cppcafe
parallel_computing
parallel_performance
parallel_programming
2,162 Visits
continue from the second parallel reduction blog . To get better scalability (increased program performance as the number of threads increases), it is critical to remove the lock in the upc_forall loop. This can be done by accumulating the partial sum...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Implementing a Scalable Parallel Reduction in Unified Parallel C (part 3)
NancyWang
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upc_forall
parallel
upc
reduction
parallel_performance
parallel_computing
parallel_programming
1,200 Visits
continue from the second parallel reduction blog . To get better scalability (increased program performance as the number of threads increases), it is critical to remove the lock in the upc_forall loop. This can be done by accumulating the partial sum...
from Blog: Parallel and MultiCore Computing with C/C++


OpenMP 4.0 about to be released and IWOMP 2013 Community Blog
Michael_Wong
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2013
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So much has been happening in OpenMP since SC 12 that I hope to capture it all in this post while flying to the ADC C++ meeting where I will talk about C++14, ISOCPP.org, and Transactional Memory.
First, the research arm of OpenMP is IWOMP, the...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe
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Reducing the SNA test frame on the reliable network.
You can reduce the SNA test frame on your network, and the mainframe CPU (if the node is connected to mainfram) cycle, if your network is reliable. In general (by default), every 10seconds (Inactivity timer), the Communications Server for Windows sends test...


Strategies for CMOs
This is the time for CMOs to take a leadership role to 1. Reduce cost 2. Improve Pipeline and yield 3. Retain customers and reach new markets Questions to ask Do you have the right marketing mix? Have you optimized your yield from the leads and the costs? Are...
from Blog: Social Business transformation
