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Primeur weekly 2012-02-27

The Cloud

Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) Engine powers Imagine MD's Electronic Health Record - Practice Management and Revenue Management Solutions ...

At the CeBIT Fair, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and FZI will present safe concepts for the Cloud ...

PALLADIO software simulator analyzes programmes prior to implementation ...

Desktop Grids

First release of XtremWeb-HEP 8 ...

Parabon announces Frontier 6 at Emerging Technologies Symposium ...

EuroFlash

Wirth Research set to race into the future with Bull High Performance Computing and Panasas Storage solutions ...

German supercomputer Hermit performance of the Petaflop class for research, development and industry ...

Rogue Wave Software and Moscow State University collaborate to debug on Russia's largest supercomputer ...

Science and Technology Committee publishes report on science in the Met Office ...

Saving data in vortex structures - New physical phenomenon could drastically reduce energy consumption by computers ...

CoolEmAll to address energy implications of European Commission HPC investment ...

USFlash

Cray forms new subsidiary in China ...

The Green Grid welcomes individual memberships for the first time in its history ...

University of Texas at Austin Supercomputing Center to receive $10 million in private funding ...

Scoping the cost of the world's biggest new supercomputer ...

Mathematician sees artistic side to father of computer ...

UC Santa Barbara researcher's new study may lead to MRIs on a nanoscale ...

Transforming computers of the future with optical interconnects ...

Intel's next-generation communications platform key to accelerated network services ...

HP helps telecoms tap LTE networks to deliver personalized mobile experience ...

THOR.LO streamlines infrastructure footprint with HP ...

NIST reveals switching mechanism in promising computer memory device ...

Engineering and geoscience faculty help lead $3 million NSF Delta research collaboration ...

Twists to quantum technique for secret messaging give unanticipated power ...

Paving the way to Canada's next big industry - the quantum information frontier ...

SanDisk develops world's smallest 128Gb NAND flash memory chip ...

Single-atom transistor is perfect ...

Rogue Wave Software and Moscow State University collaborate to debug on Russia's largest supercomputer

23 Feb 2012 Moscow - Rogue Wave Software and Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) will collaborate in the development and training on the Lomonosov supercomputer, installing two of Rogue Wave's flagship products, the TotalView debugger and ThreadSpotter, performance analysis tool. Rogue Wave is a large independent provider of cross-platform software development tools and embedded components for the next generation of HPC/High Performance Computing applications. MSU is one of Russia's largest and most prestigious universities, established in 1755. Its Research Computing Center (RCC), one of the first such centres to be affiliated with an educational institution, is the home of the Lomonosov supercomputer, the most powerful system in Russia contributing significantly to the growth of Russian innovation and discovery.

The co-operative agreement between Rogue Wave Software and Lomonosov MSU will focus on improving, strengthening, and promoting mutual engineering, educational and scientific collaboration. Both organisations will work toward establishing effective cultural relations and co-operation, with expressed interest in development and training, research projects, and resource exchanges in such areas as computational science, supercomputing and high performance computing applications. To this end, symposia, conferences, seminars and short courses on software debugging and performance tools are planned.

Scott Lasica, Vice-President of Products and Alliances at Rogue Wave, explained: "This partnership with MSU reflects our commitment to making TotalView the tool that immediately comes to mind for any scientist, developer, educator, researcher or student who has a need for a great debugger, anywhere in the world."

The first seminar was conducted in November, 2011, at the RCC, with Rogue Wave providing TotalView debugger training for users of the Moscow university supercomputing centre. RCC's hosted systems and HPC resources support more than 500 different groups from faculties and institutes of MSU, institutes of Russian Academy of Sciences, and universities across all Russia with broad distribution over all scientific areas. Extensive ongoing development means that the machines are heavily used, with time on them at a premium, and developers are eager to find ways to maximize the productivity of their windows of time. TotalView's GPU and batch mode debugging capabilities and ThreadSpotter's ability to pinpoint the performance slow spots and provide advice on resolving the issues make both tools particularly appreciated for their potential to optimize the usage of the valuable time on the supercomputers.

"The initial MSU seminar left our researchers eager to experience for themselves the benefits TotalView will provide in their quest to resolve development issues most efficiently", commented Professor Vladimir Voevodin, Deputy Director, Research Computing Center, Moscow State University. "We are confident that TotalView will simplify work with complex objects, complicated parallel paradigms, and increasingly multi-core architectures. Its advanced memory debugging, CUDA debugging, and even reverse debugging capabilities were significant in our selection process."

Source: Rogue Wave Software

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2012-02-27

The Cloud

Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs) Engine powers Imagine MD's Electronic Health Record - Practice Management and Revenue Management Solutions ...

At the CeBIT Fair, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and FZI will present safe concepts for the Cloud ...

PALLADIO software simulator analyzes programmes prior to implementation ...

Desktop Grids

First release of XtremWeb-HEP 8 ...

Parabon announces Frontier 6 at Emerging Technologies Symposium ...

EuroFlash

Wirth Research set to race into the future with Bull High Performance Computing and Panasas Storage solutions ...

German supercomputer Hermit performance of the Petaflop class for research, development and industry ...

Rogue Wave Software and Moscow State University collaborate to debug on Russia's largest supercomputer ...

Science and Technology Committee publishes report on science in the Met Office ...

Saving data in vortex structures - New physical phenomenon could drastically reduce energy consumption by computers ...

CoolEmAll to address energy implications of European Commission HPC investment ...

USFlash

Cray forms new subsidiary in China ...

The Green Grid welcomes individual memberships for the first time in its history ...

University of Texas at Austin Supercomputing Center to receive $10 million in private funding ...

Scoping the cost of the world's biggest new supercomputer ...

Mathematician sees artistic side to father of computer ...

UC Santa Barbara researcher's new study may lead to MRIs on a nanoscale ...

Transforming computers of the future with optical interconnects ...

Intel's next-generation communications platform key to accelerated network services ...

HP helps telecoms tap LTE networks to deliver personalized mobile experience ...

THOR.LO streamlines infrastructure footprint with HP ...

NIST reveals switching mechanism in promising computer memory device ...

Engineering and geoscience faculty help lead $3 million NSF Delta research collaboration ...

Twists to quantum technique for secret messaging give unanticipated power ...

Paving the way to Canada's next big industry - the quantum information frontier ...

SanDisk develops world's smallest 128Gb NAND flash memory chip ...

Single-atom transistor is perfect ...