CSCS will install by the end of June, 2011 a new Cray XMT. James Maltby of Cray presents the new supercomputer and its new possible applications for science and industry. James explains how easy it is program this supercomputer supporting massive hyperthreading. Have a look!
Whether data is processed or deleted in computers, both consume energy. The energy is released as heat. A study has now shown that the heat forming can be avoided, and, in an extreme case, cold can be created – a glimmer of hope for supercomputer centres. The deletion of data, under certain conditions, can create [...]
CSCS announced beginning of April the successful deployment of the SLURM Resource Manager on Rosa (Cray XT5). Slurm was developed by Lawrence Livermore and has been ported to the Cray architecture by the National Supercomputing Services (NSS) team NSS at CSCS. Slurm has been customized with the in-house scheduling algorithm of CSCS. The 1840 node [...]
ETH Life is reporting today on the Workshop on Large-Scale Data Analysis organized by CSCS. More than 50 representatives from Swiss Universities attained the workshop where Shoaib Mufti (Cray) presented the Cray XMT2 Architecture and Ruediger Wolff (SGI) introduced to the Altix UV for data-intensive applications architecture. «Viele Wissenschaftler nutzen Supercomputer zur Simulation und Darstellung [...]