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Over the last decade, the OLCF has improved its notification practices to include more targeted material and additional ways to get the message out.
Staff members from ORNL and the OLCF once again took leadership roles at the annual Cray User Group meeting,
OLCF staff recently published a paper highlighting the lessons learned from the Titan-era CAAR initiative.
The OLCF developed Wraprun, an optimized job launching tool, to assist users of Titan that wish to run ensemble jobs.
The OLCF’s recent CUDA upgrade fosters unified memory function that improves memory management between the CPUs and GPUs and also provides the benefit of globally shared data. The upgrade is a true win–win for the OLCF and its users.
OLCF staff members Veronica Vergara Larrea, Chris Fuson, and Wayne Joubert won an award for best paper at the 2015 Cray User Group Conference last month in Chicago.
At the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility computer scientists Devesh Tiwari and Saurabh Gupta see laziness—a changed perception that reduces the frequency of application-level checkpoints—as increasingly important in recovering from computer failures on larger and faster machines.
Two new computing resources are being installed at the OLCF to enhance the user experience and maximize project outputs.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Titan supercomputer has completed rigorous acceptance testing to ensure the functionality, performance and stability of the machine, one of the world’s most powerful supercomputing systems for open science.
ORNL has launched a new era of scientific supercomputing with Titan, a system capable of 20 petaflops, by employing a family of processors, called graphics processing units (GPUs), first created for computer gaming.