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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.
OLCF Director of Science Jack Wells spoke recently to the annual Bio-IT World Conference & Expo in Boston, sharing ORNL’s supercomputing experience.
Staff members from the OLCF recently made a trip to the West Coast to both attend and contribute to the world’s leading conference on GPUs.
Prospective Titan users gathered in Knoxville, Tennessee, February 19-21, for the East Coast Titan Users and Developers Workshop and Users Meeting.
The next era in high-performance computing is here. On Monday, March 11, researchers from a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines were granted access to the Titan supercomputer’s GPUs.
With the assistance of OLCF staff, Allinea was able to customize its large-scale debugger to Titan’s hybrid architecture, enabling the supercomputer’s first users to easily scale to large portions of the machine and assisting the OLCF during Titan’s critical acceptance phase.
The OLCF took high-performance computing training to the user for the first time when experts from ORNL traveled to California for the Titan Users and Developers Workshop.
ORNL made a splash at November’s SC12 supercomputing conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, demonstrating the lab’s high-performance computing achievements over the past year.
The OLCF will hit the road in early 2013, taking its three-day Titan Users and Developers Workshop to NVIDIA headquarters in Santa Clara, California.
For 2013 the Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program awarded 1.84 billion core hours on …