back to article Want to know more about HPC apps? This explicit vid has some answers

The HPC Advisory Council exists to spread the word about high-performance computing tech, provide a network of expertise, equipment for members, and generally educate all-comers about the wonders of HPC. Thrillingly, it also has a bunch of equipment to play with in-house, including clusters ranging from four to 38 nodes, and a …

  1. hattivat

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  2. returnofthemus

    The HPC Advisory Council exists to spread the word about high-performance computing

    Actually HPC is more mainstream than people typically think, suffice to say the HPC Advisory council is not the only place you get to play with those systems.

    Welcome to the Cognitive Era ;-)

  3. handleoclast
    Coat

    You have to wonder...

    What person thought HPCAC, inevitably pronounced "HP Cack" was a good idea? It seems rather a cack idea to me. Or perhaps whoever thought of it hates Hewlett Packard.

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