Welcome To The 33rd HPC User Forum Meeting September 2009 .


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Welcome To The 33 rd HPC User Forum Meeting September 2009. Important Dates For Your Calendar . FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS: October 2009 International HPC User Forum Meetings: HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 5-6, 2009 (midday to midday)
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Welcome To The 33 rd HPC User Forum Meeting September 2009

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Important Dates For Your Calendar FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS: October 2009 International HPC User Forum Meetings: HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 5-6, 2009 (late morning to early afternoon) EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, October 8-9, 2009 (noontime to late morning) US Meetings: April 12 to 14, 2010 Dearborn, Michigan at the Dearborn Inn September 2010, Seattle Washington

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Thank You To Our Meal Sponsors! Wednesday Breakfast - Hitachi Cable America Wednesday Lunch - Altair Engineering & AMD Wednesday Break - Appro International Thursday Breakfast - Mellanox Technologies Thursday Lunch - Microsoft Thursday Break - ScaleMP

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A Petascale Triva Question what number years would 1,000 researchers need to figure by hand to equivalent 1 second of work on a 0.1 PFLOPS supercomputer? Expecting that they can do 1 computation consistently, with no rest time (and a long life)

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A Petascale Triva Answer 3,200 Years 0.1 PF = 1,000x365x24x60x60x3,200 From DOD\'s new Mana supercomputer in Hawaii: A Dell PowerEdge M610 with 1,152 hubs Each hub contains two 2.8 Ghz Intel Nehalem processors for an aggregate of 9,216 PC centers That gives it a PEAK execution of 103 TFLOPS or 0.1 PFLOPS From MHPCC Acting Director: David L. Stinson

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Tuesday Dinner Vendor Updates: 10 Min. Just IBM Appro Hitachi Cable Luxtera Mellanox ScaleMP Tech-X Mitrionics

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Welcome To The 33 rd HPC User Forum Meeting September 2009

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Introduction: Logistics Ask Mary in the event that you require a receipt Meals and occasions Wednesday visit and supper arranges We have a tight motivation (not surprisingly) Please help us continue time! Survey gifts Note: We will post the vast majority of the presentations on the site Please entire the assessment shape

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HPC User Forum Mission To enhance the wellbeing of the elite registering industry through open dialogs, data sharing and activities including HPC clients in industry, government and the scholarly community, alongside HPC sellers and other invested individuals.

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HPC User Forum Goals Assist HPC clients in explaining their continuous figuring, specialized and business issues Provide a discussion for trading data, distinguishing ranges of normal premium, and creating brought together positions on necessities By working with clients in different divisions and sellers To direct and push merchants to assemble better items Which ought to likewise help sellers turn out to be more fruitful Provide individuals with a consistent supply of data on: Uses of top of the line PCs, new innovations, top of the line best practices, advertise progression, PC frameworks and devices, benchmark comes about, seller exercises and methodologies Provide individuals with a channel to show their accomplishments and prerequisites to invested individuals

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Important Dates For Your Calendar FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS: October 2009 International HPC User Forum Meetings: HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 5-6, 2009 (late morning to early afternoon) EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, October 8-9, 2009 (early afternoon to noontime) US Meetings: April 12 to 14, 2010 Dearborn, Michigan at the Dearborn Inn September 2010, Seattle Washington

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Thank You To Our Meal Sponsors! Wednesday Breakfast - Hitachi Cable America Wednesday Lunch - Altair Engineering Wednesday Break - Appro International & AMD Thursday Breakfast - Mellanox Technologies Thursday Lunch - Microsoft Thursday Break - ScaleMP

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1Q 2009 HPC Market Update

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HPC Servers $2.1B Workgroup (under $100K) $282M Supercomputers (Over $500K) $802M Divisional ($250K - $500K) $237M Departmental ($250K - $100K) $754M Q109 HPC Market Result – Down 16.8% Source IDC, 2009

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Q109 Vendor Share in Revenue

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Q109 Cluster Vendor Shares

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HPC Compared To IDC Server Numbers

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HPC Qview Tie To Server Tracker: 1Q 2009 Data All WW Servers As Reported In IDC Server Tracker $9.9B HPC Qview Data Focus: The Complete System: "Everything expected to turn it on" Tracker QST Data Focus: Compute Nodes 1 QST 2 HPC Special Revenue Recognition Services Includes those sold through custom building, R&D counterbalances, or paid for over various quarters HPC Qview Compute Node Revenues ~$1.05B* HPC Special Revenue Recognition Services ~$474M Revenue Beyond Base Nodes ~$576M HPC Computer System Revenues Beyond The Base Compute Nodes: Includes interconnects and switches, inbuilt capacity, scratch circles, OS, middleware, guarantees, establishment charges, benefit hubs, extraordinary cooling highlights, and so forth 3 HPC * This number ties the two information sets on consistent premise

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OEM Mix Of HPC Special Revenue Recognition Services 2 Notes: Includes item deals that are not reported by OEMs as item income in a given quarter Sometimes HPC frameworks are paid for over various quarters or even years Includes NRE – if required for a particular framework Includes custom designing deals Some illustrations – Earth Simulator, ASCI Red, ASCI Red Storm, DARPA frameworks, and numerous little and medium HPC frameworks that are sold through a custom building or administrations aggregate since that need additional things included

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Areas Of HPC "Elevate" Revenues 3

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Areas Of HPC "Inspire" Revenues Notes: * Computer equipment (in cupboard) - half breed hubs, benefit hubs, quickening agents, GPGPUs, FPGAs, inner interconnects, in-constructed plates, in-manufactured switches, exceptional cupboard entryways, unique flag preparing parts, and so forth. * External interconnects - switches, links, additional cupboards to hold them, and so on * External stockpiling - scratch circles, interconnects to them, cupboards to hold them, and so forth. (This bars client record stockpiling gadgets) * Software - incorporates both packaged and independently charged programming if sold by the OEM, or on the buy contract - incorporates the working framework, permit expenses, the whole middleware stack, compilers, work plans, and so on (it bars all ISV applications unless sold by the OEM and in the buy contract) * Bundled guarantees * Misc. things - Since the HPC scientific classification incorporates everything required to turn on the framework and make it operational, things like packaged establishment administrations, unique components and other extra equipment, and even an uncommon paint work if required 3

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Special Paint Jobs Are Back … http://www.afrl.hpc.mil/combined/hardware.php

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2010 IDC HPC Research Areas Quarterly HPC Forecast Updates Until the world economy recoups New HPC End-client Based Reports: Clusters, processors, quickening agents, stockpiling, interconnects, framework programming, and applications The advancement of government HPC spending plans China and Russia HPC patterns Power and Cooling Research Developing a Market Model For Middleware and Management Software Extreme Computing Data Center Assessment and Benchmarking Tracking Petascale and Exascale Initiatives

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Agenda: Day One, Wednesday Morning 8:10am Introductions and Welcome, Steve Finn and Earl Joseph Morning Session Chair: Steve Finn 8:15am Weather/atmosphere presentation from ORNL, Jim Hack 8:45am Weather/atmosphere presentation from NCAR, Henry Tufo 9:15am Weather/atmosphere presentation from NASA/Goddard, Phil Webster 9:45am Two short merchant innovation upgrades (Altair and Sun) 10:15am Break 10:30am Weather/atmosphere presentation from NRL Monterey, Jim Doyle 11:00am Weather and Climate Directions from an IBM point of view, Jim Edwards 11:25am Panel on HPC Weather/Climate/Earth Sciences Requirements & Directions Moderators: Steve Finn and Earl Joseph 12:00pm Networking Lunch

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Lunch Break Thanks to Altair Engineering Please Return Promptly at 1:00pm

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Thank You Altair Engineering For Lunch

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Agenda: Day One, Wednesday Afternoon Afternoon Session Chair: Paul Muzio 1:00pm HPC in Europe, HECToR Update, Andrew Jones, NAG 1:30pm DOD HPCMP Program Update, Larry Davis 2:00pm Weather/atmosphere Research at Northrop Grumman, Glenn Higgins 2:25pm Weather and Climate Directions from a Cray viewpoint, Per Nyberg 2:50pm Panel on Government and Political Issues, Concerns and Ideas for New Directions Moderator: Charlie Hayes 3:30pm DICE Parallel File System Project, Tracey Wilson 4:00pm NCAR HPC User Site Tour, return by 6:00pm 6:00pm Networking break and time for 1-on-1 gatherings 6:30pm Special Dinner Event

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Welcome To Day 2 Of The HPC User Forum Meeting

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Thank You To Our Meal Sponsors! Wednesday Breakfast - Hitachi Cable America Wednesday Lunch - Altair Engineering Wednesday Break - Appro International Thursday Breakfast - Mellanox Technologies Thursday Lunch - Microsoft Thursday Break - ScaleMP

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Agenda: Day Two, Thursday Morning 8:10am Welcome, Earl Joseph and Steve Finn Morning Session Chair: Douglas Kothe 8:15am Power Grid Research at PNNL, Mo Khaleel 8:45am HPC Data Center Power and Cooling Issues, and New Ways to Measure HPC Systems, Roger Panton, Avetec 9:15am Compiler and Tools: User Requirements from ARSC, Edward Kornkven 9:45am New HPC Directions at Microsoft, Roger Barga 10:15am Break 10:30am Technical Panel on HPC Front-End Compiler Requirements and Directions Moderators: Robert Singleterry, Vince Scarafino 12:15pm Networking Lunch

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Lunch Break Thanks to Microsoft Please Return Promptly at 1:00pm

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Thank You Microsoft For Lunch

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Agenda: Day Two, Thursday Afternoon Afternoon Session Chair: Jack Collins 1:00pm ARL HPC User Site Update, Thomas Kendall 1:30pm Weather/atmosphere presentation from NCAR, John Michelakes 2:00pm Technical Panel on HPC Application Scaling Issues, Requirements and Trends Moderators: Doug Kothe and Paul Muzio. Board individuals: 3:15pm Short seller innovation redesign (Microsoft) 3:30pm Break 4:00pm Weather/atmosphere presentation from

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