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Welcome to Scientific Computing with C/C++ Community Blog
otherarchie
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darpa
doe
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Welcome to the blog on Scientific Computing with C/C++. IBM has a long history of Scientific Computing starting with the creation of FORTRAN in 1957 to the control systems for the Apollo missions in the 1960s. Today, various user groups and wikis exist to...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Learning Your HPCs
Last week, President Obama chose an Arabic satellite TV network for his first formal television interview as president. You have to hand it to him. No matter what your politics, that move took chutzpah. What also took nerve was Ideas International's lastest...


MASS highperformance mathematical function libraries Community Blog
RobertEnenkel
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mass
simd
scientific
scalar
vector
elementary_functions
numerical
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hpc
4,185 Views
Hello  I'm the technical leader for the IBM MASS math libraries. MASS stands for Mathematical Acceleration Subsystem, and consists of libraries of mathematical functions specifically tuned for optimum performance on various computing platforms. MASS was...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


IBM SONAS guest post from John Sing
TonyPearson
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san+jose
analytics
12,749 Views
Continuing on the [ IBM Storage Launch of February 9 ], John Sing has offered to write the following guest post about the [ announcement ] of IBM Scale Out Network Attached Storage [ IBM SONAS ]. John and I have known each other for a while, traveled the...
from Blog: Inside System Storage  by Tony Pearson


MASS autovectorization paper now on developerWorks Community Blog
RobertEnenkel
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performance
vectorization
numerical
mass
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vector
autovecgtorization
library
scientific
cppcafe
hpc
3,375 Views
If your applications call mathematical functions such as sin, cos, exp, log, etc. and you are interested in maximizing performance with minimum effort, here is something that will interest you! My colleague Daniel Zabawa and I have written a paper, "How to...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Storage Efficiency versus Data Reduction
TonyPearson
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compression
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supercomputers
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data+deduplication
emc
deduplication
lto
linear+regression
information+archive
aldc
hash+collisions
lossy
centera
12,977 Views
Wrapping up my week's theme of storage optimization, I thought I would help clarify the confusion between data reduction and storage efficiency. I have seen many articles and blog posts that either use these two terms interchangeably, as if they were synonyms...
from Blog: Inside System Storage  by Tony Pearson


Polyhedralbased Loop Optimizations and Dependence Analysis Part 1 Community Blog
Polyhedral model is a linear algebraic model to represent, reason about, and transform loop nests that perform a significant amount of computation on large arrays. These types of loop nests are typically found in HighPerformance Computing applications. The...
from Blog: C/C++ Cafe


Deutschland bleibt bei Supercomputing ganz vorn  vernetztes Denken und systemübergreifende Ideen bringen UNS nach vorn. Community Blog
Hans_Rehm
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321 Views
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Gestern wurde sie bekanntgegeben: Die Unterzeichnung unter eines der interessantesten SupercomputingProjekte der n�chsten Jahre: Das LeibnizRechenzentrum in Garching hat bei IBM einen neuen Rechner auf IndustriestandardBasis bestellt, der 2012 bis zu 3...
from Blog: Blue Blog


IBM Introduces the DCS3700
Well, it's Tuesday, in the United States at least, and you know what that means... IBM Announcements! I am actually down under in Sydney, Australia, and it is Wednesday already as I write this. I feel like a time traveler.
IBM announces their latest disk...
from Blog: Inside System Storage  by Tony Pearson


IBM Symposium Auckland Day 1
TonyPearson
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phil+tasker
storage+strategy
rich+swain
ibm
sonas
matt+paterson
cloud
5,346 Views
This week, I will be in Auckland, New Zealand for the [ IBM System x and System Storage Technical Symposium ]. This is a threeday event, with 35 unique sessions and labs. The agenda is organized with a keynote session in the beginning, followed by 12 time...
from Blog: Inside System Storage  by Tony Pearson


Blue Gene/Q delivers a smarter planet in record speed Community Blog
IBM’s Blue Gene/Q supercomputer, Sequoia, at the Lawrence Livermore National Lab took the number one ranking in the TOP500 list of the world’s fastest machines. And 21 other Blue Gene/Q configurations also earned spots on the list – including four in the top...
from Blog: Fortran Cafe


Announcing the first IBM Platform Computing Solutions Redbooks
The residency team invites you to download and read the first IBM Redbooks publication on IBM Platform Computing Solutions. This IBM Platform Computing Solutions Redbooks publication is the first book to describe each of the available offerings that are part...
from Blog: Dino Quintero's Redbooks Blog


Residency Announcement IBM Platform Computing Solutions Reference Architecture and Best Practices
DinoQuintero
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infrastructure
computing
system
solutions
hpc
analytics
ibm
gpfs
platform
x
linux
clouds
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I encourage anyone interested to participate in the IBM Platform Computing Solutions Reference Architecture and Best Practices to submit your nomination for consideration. There are already multiple Redbooks publications, and a few RedPapers on different...
from Blog: Dino Quintero's Redbooks Blog


IBM Platform HPC V3.2: GPU Management with NVIDIA CUDA 5
IBM Platform HPC V3.2 is easytouse, yet comprehensive technical computing cluster management software. It includes as standard GPU scheduling, management and monitoring capabilities for systems equipped with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs. IBM...
from Blog: Technical Computing Goulash
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ISC 2013 wrapup: IBM Platform HPC and Intel Xeon Phi
This past June at ISC 2013 the IBM booth featured live demonstration of IBM Platform HPC V3.2 managing an IBM iDataplex cluster equipped with Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. As part of the demonstration, the potential performance gains...
from Blog: Technical Computing Goulash
