Getting the best out of multi-core, 10-12 December 2012 – Course organized by Swiss National Supercomputing Centre CSCS, Lugano, Switzerland. Dgemm Performance Optimization Gilles Fourestey, CSCS Threading Models and OpenMP Neil Stringfellow, CSCS REVEAL: Introducing OpenMP Directives to Your Code Themis Athanassiadou, CSCS Intel Performance & Optimization Tools Sadaf Alam, CSCS Parallel Debugging Tools Jean-Guillaume [...]
The Swiss National Supercomputing Centre CSCS in Lugano, Switzerland, organized on December 10-12, 2012 the course “Getting the best out of multi-core”. Modern multi-core x86 processors have 100 times more peak performance than similar single-core processors from ten years ago, but most applications haven’t been able to leverage this power to their advantage. The three-day [...]
EPFL scientists have combined two materials with advantageous electronic properties – graphene and molybdenite – into a flash memory prototype that is very promising in terms of performance, size, flexibility and energy consumption. Author: Sarah Perrin Source: Mediacom After the molybdenite chip, we now have molybdenite flash memory, a significant step forward in the use [...]
John Feo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory – Programming the Cray XMT In depth view of the XMT programming from people that use it for their research. John Feo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory – Dataflow on Cray XMT How a classical problem can be redefined to exploit the XMT peculiar parallel architecture and memory structure.
James Maltby, Cray – Cray XMT/uRiKA overview An overview of the XMT machine, now rechristened uRiKA, and the strategies it implements to effectively solve problems with irregular structure like graph algorithms. Slides Cray XMT uRiKA Overview » James Maltby, Cray – uRiKA and Graph Analytics An overview of the XMT machine, now rechristened uRiKA, and [...]