A new computing system, named GALILEO, is available at Cineca. The new Italian Tier-1 system is devoted to scientific computing on the basis of national and European proposals. GALILEO is a IBM NeXtScale cluster accelerated with Intel Phis processors
This second edition of the Cineca HPC Report continues our commitment to offer data and information about our effort and impact in HPC on the scientific community and to share with all our stakeholders our vision and perspectives of development
Pico aims at responding to the ever-growing demand of services and capacities (storage, management, compute, and visualization) which are essential to address the challenge of "big data" problems, nowadays a key factor of many scientific disciplines
The 2015 International Workshop on Software Engineering for High Performance Computing in Science (SE4HPCS15) will be held Tuesday May 19, 2015 in Florence, in conjunction with ICSE 2015 (Early registration deadline: April 6th, 2015)
PRACE started this PCP to obtain R&D services which should result in future PRACE HPC systems to become more energy efficient. Phase I of PCP was completed on 9 March 2015. During Phase I, Bull, E4, Maxeler and Megware explored the various possible solutions. These have now been invited to bid for Phase II during which prototypes for the three most promising solutions will be built.
Enabling European researchers and practitioners from any research discipline to preserve, find, access, and process data in a trusted environment.
Cineca is member of EUDAT2020 an European project, which is the follow-up of the previous EUDAT project, just ended. Cineca will be work package leader (WP7) and task leader in the development and operation work packages.