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Advanced Computing, Mathematics and Data

July 2016

HPCwire Revisits CENATE

HPC center 'quickly winning industry support and collaboration'

HPCwire recently reported how new resources from a growing list of industry partners are helping PNNL’s Center for Advanced Technology Evaluation, known as CENATE, to rapidly expand its capabilities for providing diverse methods to steer optimal computing system designs and enhance overall performance.

The CENATE Technology Maturity Pipeline (Enlarge Image)

In the article, CENATE Project Director and PNNL Chief Scientist for Computing, Adolfy Hoisie, explains how the CENATE technology maturity pipeline can be applied to analyzing advanced architectures that are expected to emerge from the union of diverse technologies, for example, minimizing data movement, which is a central concern in achieving optimality for performance and power.

The article also includes a brief rundown of CENATE’s current slate of analysis equipment and testbeds from industry providers, including IBM, Mellanox, NVIDIA, Micron, Penguin Computing, and Data Vortex Technologies.

CENATE is a computing proving ground at PNNL supported by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research. Darren Kerbyson, Associate ACMD Division Director, High Performance Computing, and PNNL Laboratory Fellow, serves as CENATE’s Lead Scientist.

For more from John Russell’s most recent profile about CENATE, read the HPCwire article here.

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