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OLCF staff members led a workshop January 10–12 to provide CAAR teams with a quickstart guide for using the Summitdev early access system, which features IBM’s POWER processors and NVIDIA’s Pascal GPU–based architecture.
A research team led by Jefferson Lab’s Robert Edwards has been using computation to inform GlueX experiments at Jefferson Lab as well as corroborate experimental findings.
A team at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility recently addressed a performance bottleneck in one portion of an OLCF user’s application. Because of its efforts, the user’s team saw a sixfold performance improvement in the code.
During the four-day GPU Technology Conference, OLCF user support specialist led efforts to train users for Titan and prepare applications for Summit, the OLCF’s next supercomputer, set to be delivering science in 2018.
OLCF staff recently published a paper highlighting the lessons learned from the Titan-era CAAR initiative.
Prompted by the annual user survey, OLCF’s Rhea received an upgrade this fall. In two phases, OLCF staff doubled Rhea’s amount of RAM per node and added GPU nodes.
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.
New and long-time Titan users attended the annual Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) User Meeting in June to learn about, share, and discuss the most recent science OLCF users are conducting on Titan.
The OLCF hosted two identical kick-off workshops for members of the new CAAR partnership projects this spring. The second of the two events was held June 2-3.
Organizers from the OLCF, the University of Illinois Coordinated Science Laboratory and National Center for Supercomputing Applications, NVIDIA, and The Portland Group gathered last month for the next round of applications acceleration programming.