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Cray Technical Workshop on XK6 Programming

[tab: Overview] On October 9-10, 2012, ORNL and Cray will be hosting a two day XK6 programming workshop. The intent is to bring together users of XK6 systems around the world and share experiences. We would very much like your participation in this workshop. In addition to user talks we will have expert panels covering programming models for the XK6 including OpenACC, Cuda, OpenCL, Cuda Fort...





Budiardja Receives Runner-Up Best Paper at Cray User Group Meeting

Reuben Budiardja received runner-up for best paper at the 2017 Cray User Group meeting.[/ca...

OLCF Experts Lead and Learn at Cray User Group Meeting

OLCF Helps Lead Cray User Group Conference

Cray User Group Meeting Takes on Next-Generation Computing Challenges

Invitation-only “birds of a feather” group works to assess hybrid computing architecture success The annual

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Awards Contract to Cray for ‘Titan’ Supercomputer

[caption id="attachment_4962" align="alignright" width="293" caption="Buddy Bland, left, project director for an upgrade to Jaguar, America’s fastest supercomputer, looks on as Gary Eddy and other Cray personnel begin the process Monday at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The upgrade will make the machine up to eight times faster by the end of 2012 due to the latest AMD Opteron central processing...

OLCF Experts Teach and Learn at Cray User Group

HPC leaders attend four-day supercomputing conference

Fixing Memory Leaks with DDT Leak Reports

Fixing Memory Leaks with DDT Leak Reports Memory leaks occur when memory is allocated, and not correctly freed. This can be particularly problematic if the allocations are large or frequent. Over time, these leaks can degrade performance, or worse, cause the program to fail. DDT's memory debugging features allow analysis of allocated heap memory, both interactively, using the GUI, ...

Software containers on Titan

Linux software containers provide users a higher level of control over their software stack than is typically available through user space software installation techniques available to HPC users; To this end Titan supports Singularity software containers. Before running containerized applications several considerations must be taken into account, given t...

Titan Summit

The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) will host a summit at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).  The summit will provide a forum for current and prospective users to meet with OLCF staff and industry vendors to discuss Titan, the next-generation leadership-class computational resource, and a significant step towards exascale computing at the OLCF.  Users are encouraged to present...