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PaRSEC: Designing software for the exascale supercomputer generation

July 12th, 2013 · No Comments

Anyone who programs for high-performance computing (HPC) knows that what works for standard computing doesn’t work for supercomputers. Now, with exascale supercomputers, which will be able to do a quintillion (1018 or 1,000 quadrillion)  floating point operations per second, in sight by decade’s end, it’s time for software to get ready to handle this new generation of speed.

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Tags: Development · Infrastructure · Open Source · Supercomputer