September/October 2010

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sc10SmallWebwhite Visit Cray Booth #2829
November 15-18, 2010 
at SC10 in New Orleans
Don't Miss
  • Exhibitor Forum: Migrating HPC to the Masses
  • Cray XMT in the Disruptive Technology Exhibit
  • SC10 Cluster Challenge: Cray-sponsored team from Stony Brook
  • Cray Chapel BOF: Parallel Programming in Chapel
  • CAF Tutorial: Parallel Programming with Co-Array Fortran
  • Gordon Bell Finalist Presentation: Earthquake Simulation on Petascale Supercomputers
  • BOF: GPU's and Numerical Weather Prediction
  • Panel: Pushing the Frontiers of Climate & Weather Models: HPC Numerical Techniques and Physical Consistency
  • Panel: Who Should Keep our Data Safe?
  • Panel: Return of HPC Survivor:  Outwit, Outlast, Outcompute
  • Panel: Future Supercomputing Centers

Consult the SC10 online schedule for complete details on locations and times.

University Sessions at SC10

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Determining the most influential users of Twitter is probably not what the creators of the Cray XMT™ supercomputer had in mind when they designed their machine. But when you're packing this much computational heat, you go where the hard problems are.

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Webcast:  CAE Analysis in a Hybrid HPC Environmentcx1000-cabinet 2

There have been several major enhancements to the HPC hardware environment, however, computer-aided engineering (CAE) applications have experienced only minimal changes. Find out how these new features both improve and degrade performance and learn how to meet the diverse resource requirements of your CAE platforms.

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White Paper: Cray Supercomputers in Climate, Weather, and Ocean Modeling

10km resolutionFollowing the World Modelling Summit for Climate Prediction in 2008, Project Athena was formed with a goal to determine the feasibility of using dedicated high-end computing resources to rapidly accelerate progress in climate variability and climate change simulation.

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Cray Engineering Resource LibraryCX1_small 2

Access the Cray Engineering Resource Library to learn how the Cray CX1-iWS can improve your CAE application performance and ultimately increase your ROI. (Registration required)

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