T3 - marked-up 2
at CERN ( 1-1-025 )
HPC has undergone a revolution with the advent of commodity compute clusters. Where once HPC was the domain of a specialized few researchers, now virtually any enterprise can gain access to large aggregates of processing power - holding out the promise of truly "personal supercomputing."Personal supercomputing will enable scientists and engineers to interactively employ massive computational and data processing resources to solve complex technical problems.
They will be able to assemble complex models from best of breed scientific applications and most recent data sources that might span organizations and institutions, while integrating with the collaborative and business workflows.
|Organised by||Miguel Angel Marquina
Computing Seminars /IT Department