GPU clusters for Technical Computing - Simplified

Gabor Samu | 2013-04-01 01:13:51.0 | Tags:  hpc computing technical gpu | 0 Comments

This year’s GPU Technology Conference, which took place in San Jose, California has now come to a close.    If you did not have the opportunity to attend the show and visit the IBM Booth, you will have missed the live demo of  showcasing  the GPU scheduling, management and moni-toring capabilities (...)

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Powering IBM x86 clusters with IBM Platform LSF – new opportunities ahead

jie wu | 2013-02-07 09:00:00.0 | Tags:  loadleveler hpc system platform cluster ibm lsf x86 | 0 Comments

The announcement made in mid-Dec. 2012 was that IBM is going to replace IBM LoadLeveler with IBM Platform LSF for its x86 clusters running on Linux. Sales of LoadLeveler for x86 clusters will end on March 15, 2013 while the software support will continue until April 30, 2015. Although a (...)

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Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor + IBM Platform HPC + IBM System x = an ideal combination for accelerating your parallel applications

jie wu | 2013-01-22 12:41:00.0 | Tags:  coprocessor intel system xeon platform phi x hpc | 0 Comments

Each year, towards the end of the supercomputing show, many of us ponder on the major takeaways from the event. Reflecting on SC12 one of the most exciting highlights was the rollout of the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor, the first product in Xeon Phi family based on Intel’s Many (...)

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IBM Platform Computing powers Red Bull Racings record-setting Formula One season

Lorraine Sutton | 2012-12-12 14:48:06.0 | Tags:  redbullracing highperformance cfd racing hpccloud platformhpc hpc | 0 Comments

Formula One is all about leading-edge technology and speed. Red Bull Racing has just wrapped up another championship-winning performance (and season) by designing and running the best racing cars on the track. At every step, IBM Platform Computing -- acquired by IBM in 2012 -- powered Red Bull Racing’s (...)

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