Don and I sit down after a holiday hiatus to talk about an interesting development. Intel has announced they are going to maintain a build of Python. Good news for a language that has been around for a long time. We also discuss our time at Supercomputing 2015 and FPGAs.
In this episode of the HPC Podcast, Chris and Don discuss today's launch of the first Skylake chips from Intel.
In this episode, Don and Chris discuss the release of PGI compliers, with OpenACC support, to the academic community for free and the release of Windows 10 RTM.
In this episode of The HPC Podcast, Chris and Don discuss the iPhone as a catalyst for the technologies that power the cloud and HPC.
Episode #8 of The HPC Podcast, sponsored by Puget Systems. In this episode we discuss the amazing deal on Phi and Parallel Studios, the new -- and free -- OpenPOWER R&D platform and our personal versions of pain.
Don and I give you an update on Xeon Phi and make the argument: developers should be tinkering with it NOW!
In this episode, Chris and Don explore the recent acquisition of Altera, by Intel for $16.7 billion in cash. The possibilities for developers are interesting, and the implications for OpenPOWER even more so.
We typically record our podcast in the mid-morning -- when we are awake and can produce a coherent thought. Not today. Enjoy.
Puget Systems is proud to sponsor a project called The HPC Podcast. Check out this blog post to see what it is about and where to find it.
Don and Chris come back from GTC impressed and ready to give you the scoop on what they learned. Topics discussed include: the GPU Technology Conference (GTC), Titan-X, CUDA, OpenPOWER and OpenACC.
The GPU Technology Conference is next week and we we make some claim chowder. NVIDIA, IBM, OpenPOWER, Intel, Mellanox....we talk about them all!
This is the pilot episode of the HPC Podcast. This week Don explains how he got a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M working on one of Puget Systems' Traverse Pro laptops. We also talk Linux flavors and the joy of blowing out your system and starting over.