Articles tagged with: GPUs
Not only is Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Titan the world’s most powerful supercomputer, it is also one of the most energy-efficient.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is again home to the most powerful computer in the world, according to the Top500 list, a semiannual ranking of computing systems around the world.
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.
Jaguar metamorphosis to Titan enters last phase as NVIDIA GPUs are installed
A special report titled Accelerating Computational Science Symposium 2012 details the benefits of using GPUs for HPC, the findings were presented earlier this year at Accelerating Computational Science Symposium 2012 in Washington, D.C.
The OLCF lent its expertise to the 2012 International Supercomputing Conference (ISC), which took place June 17–21 in Hamburg, Germany.
An international gathering of researchers, computer scientists, and engineers converged on San Jose, California from May 14–17 to share their experiences using the newest technology in HPC—blistering fast GPUs.
The annual Cray User Group meeting, held Apr.29–May 3 in Stuttgart, Germany, convened for computational researchers to share their expertise and findings with one another, all in hopes of bringing next-generation supercomputers online. ORNL researchers helped take the lead.
ORNL, which operates the premier leadership computing facility for the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science, gathered experts in science, engineering, and computing from around the world to discuss research advances that are now possible with extreme-scale hybrid supercomputers.
ORNL and the University of Tennessee’s Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS) hosted a workshop, Electronic Structure Calculation Methods on Accelerators, at ORNL February 5-8 to bring together researchers, computational scientists, and industry developers.