xmodulo.com: What are useful online tools for Linux – Linux FAQ

xmodulo.com: What are useful online tools for Linux – Linux FAQ
ExplainShell.com, BashrcGenerator.com, Vim-adventures.com, Try Github, Shortcutfoo.com, GitHub Free Programming Books, Collabedit.com, Cpp.sh, Copy.sh, Commandlinefu.com, Alias.sh, AwesomeCow.com, PenguSpy.com, Linux Cross Reference by Free Electrons

LRZ.de: SuperMUC Petascale System

LRZ.de: SuperMUC Petascale System
SuperMUC SuperMUC is the name of the new supercomputer at Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre) in Garching near Munich (the MUC suffix is borrowed from the Munich airport code). With more than 155.000 cores and a peak performance of 3 Petaflop/s (=10^15 Floating Point Operations per second) in June 2012 SuperMUC is one of the fastest supercomputers in the world. System purpose and target users SuperMUC strengthens the position of Germany’s Gauss Centre for Supercomputing in Europe by delivering outstanding compute power and integrating it into the European High Performance Computing ecosystem. With the operation of SuperMUC, LRZ will act as an European Centre for Supercomputing and will be Tier-0 centre of PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe. SuperMUC is available to all European researchers to expand the frontiers of science and engineering. System overview 155,656 processor cores in 9400 compute nodes >300 TB RAM Infiniband FDR10 interconnect 4 PB

lotsofcores.com: High Performance Programming for Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors | Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor High Performance Programming

lotsofcores.com: High Performance Programming for Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors | Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor High Performance Programming
The world’s fastest computer, for the third time in a row on biannual Top500 list, uses Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors to make it possible. Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors are used in the #1, #7, #15, #39, #50, #51, #65, #92, #101, #102, #103, #134, #157, #186, #235, #251 and #451 systems. EXPLICIT VECTORIZATION – A TALK ABOUT THE NEED FOR THIS, GIVEN AT SGIUG ON APRIL 30, 2014


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