Author: Charbax

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Allwinner A63, A50, A33G

Posted by Charbax – April 16, 2018

Allwinner releases their new ARM SoCs for 64bit and 32bit cost effective tablets, featuring their new Allwinner A63 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-T760MP2 GPU. This video was filmed at the Allwinner press conference event in Shenzhen where they had a lot of their industry partners, design houses, factories, OEMs, software partners, to see and to hear about the latest of what Allwinner has been working to do for them. The new Allwinner A50 is Allwinner's mid-range Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 with Mali-400 GPU with support for DDR4 and LPDDR4 RAM, better TLC based Flash memory. For the very entry level Tablet market, Allwinner presents their new Allwinner A33G which is limited at a lower 1.35Ghz clock-speed with a lower resolution display support. While these 3 new ARM Processors by Allwinner are presented as their newest Tablet processors, they are also compatible with all sorts of other devices which could be Robots, interactive Smart Speakers with displays, Smart Rearview Mirrors, Smart Mirrors, Laptops, Desktops, and more. Allwinner also talks about their participation in the Open AI Labs which I also filmed here.

NASA Supercomputer at Ames Research Center in the Silicon Valley

Posted by Charbax – April 8, 2018

NASA is using Supercomputing for aeronautics research, acoustics accross airplanes, cruise vehicles, launch vehicles also using supercomputing for earth science.

IBM Supercomputer on Power9 and Nvidia GPU

Posted by Charbax – April 8, 2018

Using IBM Power9 and Nvidia Volta GPU technology, the Summit system is a proven AI pioneer expected to deliver in excess of 200 Peta flops of performance, likely making it one of the world’s most powerful supercomputer.

Arm Allinea Studio, Supercomputing Scientific performance tools for ARM Servers

Posted by Charbax – April 8, 2018

The new Arm Allinea Studio release is a comprehensive and integrated tools suite to help Scientific computing, HPC and Enterprise developers to achieve best performance on modern server-class Arm-based platforms. Check out for more info.

Singularity HPC container for Supercomputing

Posted by Charbax – April 8, 2018

Singularity enables users to have full control of their environment. Singularity containers can be used to package entire scientific workflows, software and libraries, and even data. This means that you don’t have to ask your cluster admin to install anything for you - you can put it in a Singularity container and run. Did you already invest in Docker? The Singularity software can import your Docker images without having Docker installed or being a superuser. Need to share your code? Put it in a Singularity container and your collaborator won’t have to go through the pain of installing missing dependencies. Do you need to run a different operating system entirely? You can “swap out” the operating system on your host for a different one within a Singularity container. As the user, you are in control of the extent to which your container interacts with its host. There can be seamless integration, or little to no communication at all. Read more:

CSCS Swiss National Supercomputing Centre at SC17

Posted by Charbax – April 6, 2018

The Swiss National Supercomputing Centre is the national high-performance computing centre of Switzerland.

Simon Hammond of Sandia National Laboratories at SC17

Posted by Charbax – April 6, 2018

Talking about the Exascale Supercomputers being built and developed at the Sandia National Laboratories in the USA.

Supercomputing Workshops at SC17

Posted by Charbax – April 6, 2018

Talking about the 37 workshops at the Supercomputing Denver conference.

Student Cluster Competition at SC17 Supercomputing Denver

Posted by Charbax – April 6, 2018

Tour of all the teams at the Student Cluster Competition at the SC17 Supercomputing Denver event, read more at

UMass Boston students at the Supercomputing Student Cluster Competition

Posted by Charbax – April 6, 2018

Students of the University of Massachusetts Boston with the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) at the