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Daily podcast hosted by John Russell, Editor of HPCwire, that hosts leading researchers and news makers in the world of high performance computing and computer science. Science, scientific computing, supercomputers and more..

Latest Episodes

Podcast: Why HPC is Absolutely Ready for the Cloud

Not surprisingly, Tim Carroll is unambiguous about whether HPC is ready for the cloud. It absolutely is, says Carroll. He is, after all, VP of Sales and Ecosystem, for cloud computing specialist, Cycle Computing. Forget the past, he argues. Not only has the technology landscape changed and the problem set expanded (think big data), but so hasthe recognition by users in both traditional HPC and emerging enterprise HPC communities that cloud computing has an important, perhaps critical, role to play. HPC in the cloud can’t do everything but it can do many things, and do them well, more cost effectively, and efficiently, argues Tim Carroll in this podcast with John Russell, Tabor Communications Editorial Director and HPCwire Managing Editor. See if you agree. The post Podcast: Why HPC is Absolutely Ready for the Cloud appeared first on HPCwire.

25 MIN2015 NOV 14
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Podcast: Why HPC is Absolutely Ready for the Cloud

Industry Leaders on the Promise & Peril of NSCI

Five senior executives from Cray, HP, IBM, Intel and SGI weigh in on the new National Strategic Computing Initiative’s (NSCI) prospects in this exclusiveHPCwirepodcast. Discussion ranged widely from the need for long-term funding for leading edge technology, to the software industry’s past slowness to get involved with advancing hardware technology development, to fostering new HPC talent – even on whether the creation of a U.S. Department of IT makes sense. These are still early days but the consensus is NSCI will succeed to a substantial degree though worries over whether electioneering and the coming change in The Administration might slow momentum. The panelists all agreed NSCI is a promising first step and long-overdue overarching recognition of HPC’s importance. John Russell, Tabor Editorial Director and HPCwire Managing Editor, moderated the discussion. A list of the participants is below: Steve Scott, Cray– Steve serves as senior vice president and chief technology offi...

39 MIN2015 AUG 28
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Industry Leaders on the Promise & Peril of NSCI

Tim Carroll Joins Cycle Computing, Discusses HPC Cloud Future

On today’s edition we chat with long-time HPC community member, Tim Carroll, about the future of high performance computing in the cloud. Before joining Cycle Computing, Carroll was at Dell, where he was focused on the HPC market segment. In this podcast, Carroll discusses how some of the challenges and benefits of clouds have evolved since his early work with Dell on cloud computing for HPC applications and how companies like Cycle Computing are bringing a new angle to the movement. The post Tim Carroll Joins Cycle Computing, Discusses HPC Cloud Future appeared first on HPCwire.

13 MIN2014 JUL 16
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Tim Carroll Joins Cycle Computing, Discusses HPC Cloud Future

Update on the HPCG Benchmark

On today’s episode, we talk with Dr. Michael Heroux of Sandia National Laboratories about the latest benchmark results for the new HPCG rankings. Heroux is a co-founder of the benchmark and is helping to spearhead its development and adoption in the broader HPC community. As we’ve written about in detail through its development (read here) HPCG is set to be an increasingly common complementary benchmark to Linpack to better represent the real-world needs of applications and systems. The post Update on the HPCG Benchmark appeared first on HPCwire.

17 MIN2014 JUL 9
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Update on the HPCG Benchmark

Dr. Lorena Barba Talks “Women Who CUDA”

Today we’ll be talking with Dr. Lorena Barba, an Associate Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences at George Washington University. Barba is a well-known GPU computing proponent and user and is actively involved in reaching broader groups with the CUDA programming message, including most recently female developers. Dr. Barba will describe a recent effort to be featured over the summer at the NVIDIA blog highlighting the work of women CUDA developers, which we will point to when once it’s live. For those ladies out there, it’s not too late to get your voice featured in this series. Check it out here: http://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2014/05/08/women-who-cuda-campaign/ The post Dr. Lorena Barba Talks “Women Who CUDA” appeared first on HPCwire.

11 MIN2014 MAY 29
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Dr. Lorena Barba Talks “Women Who CUDA”

Virtual Observatories for Big Scientific Data

We’ll be talking about virtual observatories for big data today with Argonne National Lab’s Dr. Kate Keahey. We’ll discuss the concept of a facility for online data analysis that can support ongoing experiments and other time-critical scientific projects—a facility equipped to deal with millions of sensors, many terabytes of data, and the computational resources required to tackle such problems. Kate provides details about what the virtual observatory architecture looks like and offers more background here: http://www.exascale.org/bdec/sites/www.exascale.org.bdec/files/whitepapers/keahey.pdf The post Virtual Observatories for Big Scientific Data appeared first on HPCwire.

10 MIN2014 MAY 12
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Virtual Observatories for Big Scientific Data

Real World Performance Gains with CUDA 6

The CUDA 6 Performance Report has been released by the engineering team at NVIDIA, and is now available. We’ll talk about how some of the new elements in CUDA 6 are playing out, including the unified memory feature, and talk about real-world performance gains using CUDA 6 with Senior Product Manager for GPU Computing Will Ramey. The post Real World Performance Gains with CUDA 6 appeared first on HPCwire.

16 MIN2014 MAY 10
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Real World Performance Gains with CUDA 6

Re-Routing Exascale Simulation Storage, Power Concerns

Today we’ll be talking about power and storage constraints for exascale-class simulations with Jim Ahrens, Visualization Team Leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory. We’ll discuss these problems in the context of what Ahrens calls “cost per insight” and touch on some of the novel ways to make sure that cost is kept as low as possible using in situ analysis and storage, as well as other approaches. The post Re-Routing Exascale Simulation Storage, Power Concerns appeared first on HPCwire.

13 MIN2014 MAY 7
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Re-Routing Exascale Simulation Storage, Power Concerns

Behind the HPC Annual Budget Allocation Map

Today we’ll be talking with Addison Snell, CEO at Intersect360 Research, about their 6th annual HPC budget allocation map. We’ll delve into some of the details to get a better sense of where dollars are being spent in high performance computing. The post Behind the HPC Annual Budget Allocation Map appeared first on HPCwire.

11 MIN2014 APR 8
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Behind the HPC Annual Budget Allocation Map

Bringing Materials Science to the Cloud

Today we’ll be talking with Jason Stowe, CEO of Cycle Computing. His company recently announced a partnership that will allow customers to run Schrödinger’s Materials Science Suite on the Cloud using Cycle Computing’s CycleCloud orchestration software. We’ll discuss that as well as broader trends in technical cloud computing. The post Bringing Materials Science to the Cloud appeared first on HPCwire.

16 MIN2014 APR 8
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Bringing Materials Science to the Cloud
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Latest Episodes

Podcast: Why HPC is Absolutely Ready for the Cloud

Not surprisingly, Tim Carroll is unambiguous about whether HPC is ready for the cloud. It absolutely is, says Carroll. He is, after all, VP of Sales and Ecosystem, for cloud computing specialist, Cycle Computing. Forget the past, he argues. Not only has the technology landscape changed and the problem set expanded (think big data), but so hasthe recognition by users in both traditional HPC and emerging enterprise HPC communities that cloud computing has an important, perhaps critical, role to play. HPC in the cloud can’t do everything but it can do many things, and do them well, more cost effectively, and efficiently, argues Tim Carroll in this podcast with John Russell, Tabor Communications Editorial Director and HPCwire Managing Editor. See if you agree. The post Podcast: Why HPC is Absolutely Ready for the Cloud appeared first on HPCwire.

25 MIN2015 NOV 14
Comments
Podcast: Why HPC is Absolutely Ready for the Cloud

Industry Leaders on the Promise & Peril of NSCI

Five senior executives from Cray, HP, IBM, Intel and SGI weigh in on the new National Strategic Computing Initiative’s (NSCI) prospects in this exclusiveHPCwirepodcast. Discussion ranged widely from the need for long-term funding for leading edge technology, to the software industry’s past slowness to get involved with advancing hardware technology development, to fostering new HPC talent – even on whether the creation of a U.S. Department of IT makes sense. These are still early days but the consensus is NSCI will succeed to a substantial degree though worries over whether electioneering and the coming change in The Administration might slow momentum. The panelists all agreed NSCI is a promising first step and long-overdue overarching recognition of HPC’s importance. John Russell, Tabor Editorial Director and HPCwire Managing Editor, moderated the discussion. A list of the participants is below: Steve Scott, Cray– Steve serves as senior vice president and chief technology offi...

39 MIN2015 AUG 28
Comments
Industry Leaders on the Promise & Peril of NSCI

Tim Carroll Joins Cycle Computing, Discusses HPC Cloud Future

On today’s edition we chat with long-time HPC community member, Tim Carroll, about the future of high performance computing in the cloud. Before joining Cycle Computing, Carroll was at Dell, where he was focused on the HPC market segment. In this podcast, Carroll discusses how some of the challenges and benefits of clouds have evolved since his early work with Dell on cloud computing for HPC applications and how companies like Cycle Computing are bringing a new angle to the movement. The post Tim Carroll Joins Cycle Computing, Discusses HPC Cloud Future appeared first on HPCwire.

13 MIN2014 JUL 16
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Tim Carroll Joins Cycle Computing, Discusses HPC Cloud Future

Update on the HPCG Benchmark

On today’s episode, we talk with Dr. Michael Heroux of Sandia National Laboratories about the latest benchmark results for the new HPCG rankings. Heroux is a co-founder of the benchmark and is helping to spearhead its development and adoption in the broader HPC community. As we’ve written about in detail through its development (read here) HPCG is set to be an increasingly common complementary benchmark to Linpack to better represent the real-world needs of applications and systems. The post Update on the HPCG Benchmark appeared first on HPCwire.

17 MIN2014 JUL 9
Comments
Update on the HPCG Benchmark

Dr. Lorena Barba Talks “Women Who CUDA”

Today we’ll be talking with Dr. Lorena Barba, an Associate Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences at George Washington University. Barba is a well-known GPU computing proponent and user and is actively involved in reaching broader groups with the CUDA programming message, including most recently female developers. Dr. Barba will describe a recent effort to be featured over the summer at the NVIDIA blog highlighting the work of women CUDA developers, which we will point to when once it’s live. For those ladies out there, it’s not too late to get your voice featured in this series. Check it out here: http://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2014/05/08/women-who-cuda-campaign/ The post Dr. Lorena Barba Talks “Women Who CUDA” appeared first on HPCwire.

11 MIN2014 MAY 29
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Dr. Lorena Barba Talks “Women Who CUDA”

Virtual Observatories for Big Scientific Data

We’ll be talking about virtual observatories for big data today with Argonne National Lab’s Dr. Kate Keahey. We’ll discuss the concept of a facility for online data analysis that can support ongoing experiments and other time-critical scientific projects—a facility equipped to deal with millions of sensors, many terabytes of data, and the computational resources required to tackle such problems. Kate provides details about what the virtual observatory architecture looks like and offers more background here: http://www.exascale.org/bdec/sites/www.exascale.org.bdec/files/whitepapers/keahey.pdf The post Virtual Observatories for Big Scientific Data appeared first on HPCwire.

10 MIN2014 MAY 12
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Virtual Observatories for Big Scientific Data

Real World Performance Gains with CUDA 6

The CUDA 6 Performance Report has been released by the engineering team at NVIDIA, and is now available. We’ll talk about how some of the new elements in CUDA 6 are playing out, including the unified memory feature, and talk about real-world performance gains using CUDA 6 with Senior Product Manager for GPU Computing Will Ramey. The post Real World Performance Gains with CUDA 6 appeared first on HPCwire.

16 MIN2014 MAY 10
Comments
Real World Performance Gains with CUDA 6

Re-Routing Exascale Simulation Storage, Power Concerns

Today we’ll be talking about power and storage constraints for exascale-class simulations with Jim Ahrens, Visualization Team Leader at Los Alamos National Laboratory. We’ll discuss these problems in the context of what Ahrens calls “cost per insight” and touch on some of the novel ways to make sure that cost is kept as low as possible using in situ analysis and storage, as well as other approaches. The post Re-Routing Exascale Simulation Storage, Power Concerns appeared first on HPCwire.

13 MIN2014 MAY 7
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Re-Routing Exascale Simulation Storage, Power Concerns

Behind the HPC Annual Budget Allocation Map

Today we’ll be talking with Addison Snell, CEO at Intersect360 Research, about their 6th annual HPC budget allocation map. We’ll delve into some of the details to get a better sense of where dollars are being spent in high performance computing. The post Behind the HPC Annual Budget Allocation Map appeared first on HPCwire.

11 MIN2014 APR 8
Comments
Behind the HPC Annual Budget Allocation Map

Bringing Materials Science to the Cloud

Today we’ll be talking with Jason Stowe, CEO of Cycle Computing. His company recently announced a partnership that will allow customers to run Schrödinger’s Materials Science Suite on the Cloud using Cycle Computing’s CycleCloud orchestration software. We’ll discuss that as well as broader trends in technical cloud computing. The post Bringing Materials Science to the Cloud appeared first on HPCwire.

16 MIN2014 APR 8
Comments
Bringing Materials Science to the Cloud
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