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Primeur weekly 2013-04-22

The Cloud

HP brings power of OpenStack to the enterprise ...

IBM acquires UrbanCode to help businesses rapidly deliver mobile, Cloud, Big Data and social software ...

EuroFlash

Programming and tUning Massively Parallel Systems Summer School to issue Call for Participation ...

Second PRACE Digest now available for download ...

Reward system for research data required that incorporates data metrics ...

Photons run out of loopholes ...

New Allinea DDT 4.0 Release brings software development for remote HPC systems closer to home ...

GCS HPC System SuperMUC to deliver 6.4 Petaflops by 2014/2015 ...

New high-speed cameras for Westerbork telescope ...

European Academia selects TotalView debugger ...

Collaboration aims to harness the energy of 2,000 suns ...

USFlash

Two Tsinghua University institutions respectively win champion and runner up in ASC13 ...

DataDirect Networks to build world's fastest storage system for Titan, world's most powerful supercomputer ...

Australia's Ballarat Grammar School blocks web threats with HP software-defined networks security application ...

Jupiter Medical Center chooses HP to support application growth ...

Apollo Group speeds performance with Oracle Engineered Systems ...

Bose-Einstein condensates evaluated for communicating among quantum computers ...

Researchers use supercomputers to learn impacts on Earth's magnetic field ...

Indiana University dedicating Big Red II supercomputer April 26 ...

NNSA's Sequoia supercomputer transitions to classified work, ensuring safety, security, effectiveness of US nuclear deterrent ...

Indiana University dedicating Big Red II supercomputer April 26


Chris Meyer
17 Apr 2013 Bloomington - Indiana University will dedicate its new supercomputer, Big Red II, on Friday, April 26. Big Red II will be the fastest university-owned supercomputer in the USA.

Indiana University President Michael A. McRobbie will lead the ceremony. Brad Wheeler, vice president for information technology and chief information officer, and Paul Messina, director of science for Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, will offer additional remarks. A reception, tours and demonstrations will follow the ceremony.

Big Red II is the fastest university-owned supercomputer in the nation, capable of operating at a peak rate of one petaFLOPS, or one thousand trillion floating-point operations per second - 25 times faster than the university's original Big Red supercomputer, acquired in 2006.

Big Red II is the first one petaFLOPS supercomputer in the state of Indiana. Offering unmatched speed, Big Red II will help scientists and scholars accelerate breakthroughs in fields that are changing the way Hoosiers live, work, learn and grow.

With the purchase of Big Red II, Indiana University is again a leader in the use of high-speed and data-intensive computation for some of the most vital and complex research in the world.
Source: Indiana University

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2013-04-22

The Cloud

HP brings power of OpenStack to the enterprise ...

IBM acquires UrbanCode to help businesses rapidly deliver mobile, Cloud, Big Data and social software ...

EuroFlash

Programming and tUning Massively Parallel Systems Summer School to issue Call for Participation ...

Second PRACE Digest now available for download ...

Reward system for research data required that incorporates data metrics ...

Photons run out of loopholes ...

New Allinea DDT 4.0 Release brings software development for remote HPC systems closer to home ...

GCS HPC System SuperMUC to deliver 6.4 Petaflops by 2014/2015 ...

New high-speed cameras for Westerbork telescope ...

European Academia selects TotalView debugger ...

Collaboration aims to harness the energy of 2,000 suns ...

USFlash

Two Tsinghua University institutions respectively win champion and runner up in ASC13 ...

DataDirect Networks to build world's fastest storage system for Titan, world's most powerful supercomputer ...

Australia's Ballarat Grammar School blocks web threats with HP software-defined networks security application ...

Jupiter Medical Center chooses HP to support application growth ...

Apollo Group speeds performance with Oracle Engineered Systems ...

Bose-Einstein condensates evaluated for communicating among quantum computers ...

Researchers use supercomputers to learn impacts on Earth's magnetic field ...

Indiana University dedicating Big Red II supercomputer April 26 ...

NNSA's Sequoia supercomputer transitions to classified work, ensuring safety, security, effectiveness of US nuclear deterrent ...