Presentation

Abstract to be presented at Summit 2016 Machine and Deep learning play an increasingly important role in the exploitation of IT infrastructure. Machine Learning capabilities represent are used to power internet search, rank search results, identify top articles for news headlines, and so forth. At the...

Abstract The Real-Time Bidding (RTB) protocol serves hundreds of billions of ads daily on about 100 demand-side platforms (DSPs), moving hundreds of Terabytes (TB) of data back and forth through ad exchanges to serve ad impressions to audiences browsing content from publishers on websites and mobile...

Abstract Many of the academic members within OpenPOWER are organised in the OpenPOWER Academia Discussion Group. This group comprises a broad range of academic institutions with strong competence, e.g., in providing and operating high-performance computing facilities or in developing scientific applications, scalable numerical methods or new...

Abstract to be presented at Summit 2016 The STFC Hartree Centre has been established with a focus on economic impact through our collaborations with UK industry, offering access to HPC and data intensive systems, code development expertise and collaborative research opportunities. Through a major partnership with...

Abstract to be presented at Summit 2016 High-performance computing (HPC) systems are now built around a de facto node architecture with latency-optimized multicore CPUs coupled to massively parallel bandwidth-optimized Accelerators.  PGI Accelerator Fortran/C/C++ compilers, until now available exclusively on x86 CPU-based systems, focus on HPC optimizations...

Abstract A once-in-a-generation shift in high performance computing architecture is on the horizon, with the commercialization of new memory technologies. These emerging memories (MRAM, RRAM, PCRAM, 3D Xpoint) promise ideal combination of speed, endurance, persistence, and energy efficiency – and are driving an entirely new approach...