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  • Blog Post: HPC GPU Flexibility: The Evolution of GPU Applications and Systems Part 4

    Dell's Dr. Jeff Layton Part 4 – GPU Configurations Using Dell Systems GPUs are arguably one of the hottest trends in HPC. They can greatly improve performance while reducing the power consumption of systems. However, because the area of GPU Computing is still evolving both for application...
  • Blog Post: New Cornell Collaboration Explores GPU Computing Using MATLAB

    The Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) announced an exciting new research collaboration between ourselves, NVIDIA, Dell and MathWorks . The goal of this newly formed group is to explore the capabilities of GPU computing for data manipulation using MATLAB applications. More specifically...
  • Blog Post: NAMD Performance on PE C6100 and C410X

    Executive Summay Given a single fully populated C410X with 16 M2070 GPUs, the recommended solution for NAMD is an 8 node configuration shown below. On STMV, a standard large NAMD benchmark, it shows a 3.5X performance compared to an equivalent CPU only cluster. It is recommended to use X5650...
  • Blog Post: HPC: Accelerating ANSYS Mechanical Simulations with M2090 GPU on the R720

    Authors: Saeed Iqbal, Shawn Gao Computational Structural Mechanics is commonly used by scientists and engineers to reduce the product development cycle time across various industries ranging from aerospace to structural biology. One of the most successful techniques that lends itself to computational...
  • Blog Post: Comparing GPU-Direct Enabled Communication Patterns for Oil and Gas Simulations

    Authors: Saeed Iqbal, Shawn Gao, Ty Mckercher Seismic processing algorithms are an important part of Oil and Gas workflows due to ever increasing demand for high resolution subsurface images that help delineate hydrocarbon reserves. In general, seismic processing algorithms are very compute intensive...