Category Archives: HPCwire

  • What’s New in HPC Research: Transfer Learning, Radio Astronomy, FPGAs and More

    In this bimonthly feature, HPCwire highlights newly published research in the high-performance computing community and related domains. From parallel programming to exascale to quantum computing, the details are here. Autotuning exascale applications with multitask and transfer learning Autotuning (where operators automatically find optimal performance parameters for an application) is critical as computing scales up. In this paper,…

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  • Transforming Business Analysis Through HPC, AI and Data Analytics Integration

    In this age of data-driven analysis, many organizations are looking for a comprehensive solution to handle all of their processing needs. They need computer systems that have a workload-optimized architecture that can process varying workloads from HPC to deep learning. But selecting hardware and software for such a system and implementing the system is a…

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  • What’s New in HPC Research: Tsunamis, Gravitational Lenses, Brain Recognition & More

    In this bimonthly feature, HPCwire highlights newly published research in the high-performance computing community and related domains. From parallel programming to exascale to quantum computing, the details are here. Developing high-performance function as a service for science Modern scientific computing requires a myriad of approaches with various advantages – triggers, accelerators, mobility – suited to specific uses….

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  • Singularity Moves Up the Container Value Chain

    The enterprise version of the Singularity HPC container platform released this week by Sylabs is designed to allow users to create, secure and share the high-end containers in self-hosted production deployments. The enterprise version emerged from beta testing that commenced in April. The upgraded edition incorporates a “remote builder” service that allows developers to use…

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  • Keys to Attracting the Newest HPC Talent – Post-Millennials

    For engineers and scientists growing up in the 80s, the current state of HPC makes perfect sense. We were schooled in Fortran, Pascal, and Macro-assembler, and frequently had to wait in line for a terminal to complete programming assignments. For Generation X and the Boomers preceding us, it was nearly impossible to graduate in a…

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