Are you attending GTC 2014? Taking place March 24-27 in San Jose, CA this year's conference promises to be the most exciting one yet. With summits for a variety of verticals, tutorials to help you get more out of GPU computing, and over 500 deep-dive sessions, this conference provides indepth exposure to the latest products and technologies.
Microway is a silver sponsor and we'd love to meet you in San Jose. For a 20% discount on the conference, just use the following discount code: X14G20GUEST
In our last newsletter we directed you to our detailed overview of the NVIDIA Tesla K40. This time we'd like to bring your attention to our analysis of applications that take advantage of the K40's substantial memory size and bandwidth (in addition to its faster clock).
Read about the K40 and other HPC solutions on our blog.
Microway is pleased to announce special, limited time pricing on Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. Whether you purchase a specially priced Xeon Phi or an Intel Xeon Phi Starter Kit, this translates into huge savings for our customers.
Now is a great time to start taking advantage of applications such as ANSYS Mechanical, which announced support for the Xeon Phi last month.
Code recipes are another great way to learn from pre-ported code in real-world applications and benchmarks including:
More commercial applications will follow ANSYS Mechanical with Xeon Phi support. The Xeon Phi ecosystem is rapidly growing, which is why we ask developers: Is your code ready for Knights Landing?
Microway was a Silver Sponsor of the COMSOL Multiphysics Users 2013 Conference. Here engineers, researchers, and scientists meet and share in-depth technical papers and presentations on using this integrated software platform that employs advanced numerical methods to model and simulate physical problems. COMSOL users can emulate systems and solvers to model phenomena that require separate solutions for the interacting components of a system. Altogether there are 30 add-on modules that can be separately purchased and linked together to create emulations of complex multi-physics systems. In addition, interface modules are available that can connect your computations with technical computing, CAD and ECAD software.
The COMSOL Multiphysics Users Conference is an exciting place. There's a vibrant poster area where attendees can have an ad hoc one-on-one session with an author on what they're investigating. Nearly all the technical content from their 3 international conferences is available here.
We are sharing this information because it holds many state of the art scientific papers of interest to Microway customers. Some presenters compute on Microway clusters, servers, or WhisperStations. Thanks to Tony Lockwood of Desktop Engineering for referring us to this link.
We've collected a number of the latest HPC technical resources below for your perusal.
Eliot Eshelman at 508-732-5534
Brett Newman at 508-732-5542
Jan Smith at 508-732-5523
GSA Schedule GS-35F-0431N