2009 DOE INCITE projects allocated at ORNL
... OAK RIDGE, Tenn. Dec. 18, 2008 -- In 2009, Oak Ridge National Laboratory will make nearly 470 million processor hours available on Jaguar, its cray
XT supercomputer, under the Department of Energy's Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment, or INCITE, program.
ORNL supercomputer simulation wins prize for fastest-running science application
...eved 1.352 quadrillion calculations a second--or 1.352 petaflops--on ORNL's cray
XT Jaguar supercomputer with a simulation of superconductors, or materials ...boost performance tenfold with the help of John Levesque and Jeff Larkin of cray
Jaguar was recently upgraded to a peak performance of 1.64 petaflop...
Oak Ridge supercomputer is the world's fastest for science
... OAK RIDGE, Tenn., Nov. 17, 2008 -- A cray
XT high-performance computing system at the Depart...l international supercomputing conference.
XT, called Jaguar, has a peak performance of 1.64 ...ne the world's most powerful computing system. The cray
XT was upgraded to 119 teraflops in 2006 and 263 t...
Multithreaded supercomputer seeks software for data-intensive computing
...r will focus on applications for the multithreaded cray
XMT, one of which cray
delivered to PNNL in September 2007 ( http://www.p...cientist Jarek Nieplocha used a predecessor of the cray
XMT to run typical software programs that help ope...
Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, April 2008
...ations, the product of an international collaboration led by Oak Ridge National Laboratory researcher Jeremy Smith, are currently being pursued on the cray
XT4 Jaguar supercomputer. The simulations set the stage for neutron scattering experiments to test the theory by measuring protein motion. "Understand...
Convey Computer™ Corporation Announces First Customer: University of California, San Diego at SC08 Conference
...eve Wallach has introduced a new class into HPC architectures." Steve Wallach, co-founder of Convey Computer, is the 2008 winner of the Seymour cray
Computer Science and Engineering Award.
Convey's innovation revolves around incorporation of reconfigurable computing resources in a memory-cohere...
Convey Computer™ Corporation Launches World's First Hybrid-Core Computer at SC08 Conference
...Steve Wallach has introduced a new class into HPC architectures."
Wallach, co-founder of Convey Computer, is the 2008 winner of the Seymour cray
Computer Science and Engineering Award .
About the Convey HC-1:
Technology breakthroughs and key competitive strengths of the HC-1 include:
Oak Ridge leads DOE INCITE effort in 2008
...al Atomics will continue their examination of turbulence in fusion reactors.
The 2008 allocations reflect an aggressive program of upgrades to the cray
XT4 Jaguar supercomputer, which is in the midst of the second of two major upgrades in a year. When the current project is complete, Jaguars 31,000 pr...
Silicon Logic Enables High-Speed Communication
...on Logic Engineering (SLE), the company he co-founded in 1996 with fellow cray
Research veterans Mike Berry and Bob Solberg, to sit on the crest of the h...id West, who attended the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and started at cray
Research in 1981. It [ending the agreement] gave us some freedom to do some...
Corona Optical Systems continues to excite investors
...re] who know, either. But were certainly aware of it, and we really enjoy working with people from Wisconsin.
The genesis was supercomputers [from cray
Research], and then it branched out from there; but they specialized in exotic packaging, Gregory said. You know, have it smaller and denser and pull ...
Chippewa Valley Draws Defense Dollars
... good communication between traditional radios.
Inc. , based in Seattle with facilities in Chippew...a long time.
Another advantage as result of the cray
legacy a lot of folks who used to work at cray
have a lot of positive feeling about the region an...
West Coast VC Establishes Midwest Presence in Madison
...et a piece of the action this time, citing promising technology start-up scenes centered around the Milwaukee School of Engineering and spin-offs from cray
in the Chippewa Falls as examples.
Fraziers Investment Strategy
The Frazier team believes it is different from other venture capital firms in ...
Cray Rides Again
CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis. How ironic that cray
Inc. should be operating out of offices on Lowate...SGI) in 1996. A variety of factors led SGI to sell cray
in 2000, about three years after engineers began d...ng technical details, in melding the two concepts, cray
has stuffed the computing power contained in a mac...
WTN Exclusive Interview: Cory L. Nettles, Secretary of Commerce
...h on paper and in practice is doing everything right. They really have distinguished themselves, in terms of their principals, who are a spin off from cray
Computing, and are well-documented success. They were a dream first project. SLE has seasoned expert managers, strong intellectual property, and a sou...
The (Tech) Economic Year in Review: Signs of Progress Amid Continuing Challenges
...lwaukee firm with a novel diagnostic imaging technique, became the first company to sign a deal with WiSys Technology Foundation, a WARF subsidiary.
Computers in Chippewa Falls began production of a new super-computer.
Epic Systems in Madison won the biggest healthcare information contract ever w...