Supercomputing

NVIDIA Quadro?4 Solutions Power Ohio Supercomputer Center Graphics Cluster

SIGGRAPH, San Antonio, CA - July 23, 2002 - NVIDIA® Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions announced that OSC (Ohio Supercomputer Center) has purchased and deployed more than 50 NVIDIA Quadro4 900 XGL workstation graphics boards to power a new cluster for volume rendering of graphics applications.

Ohio Supercomputer Center deploys IBM system expansion to boost research into biosciences, other areas of focus

HPC availability continues to support Ohio’s economic development efforts

Columbus, Ohio (August 31, 2009) The Ohio Supercomputer Center today deploys a much anticipated $4 million expansion to its flagship system, providing further computational support to the state’s economic development aspirations in research and innovation.

OSC-Hosted CUG Conference a Success

The 45th Annual Cray User Group Conference held on May 12-16, 2003 and hosted by the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC), was deemed a success by more than 160 attendees.

CUG2003 was held at the Hyatt on Capitol Square in downtown Columbus.

This year’s theme, “Flight to Insight,” was chosen to honor Ohio’s rich heritage and numerous contributions to the aerospace industry. The conference also highlighted the centennial anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ flight.

Ohio Supercomputer Center Selects IBM To Provide New High Performance Computing Solution

COLUMBUS, Ohio – January 23, 2007 – The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) announced today the upgrade of its high performance computing (HPC) capacity with the acquisition of the IBM Cluster 1350.   This new system is projected to be one of the top 50 supercomputers in the world, making OSC among the top 10 academic supercomputing centers.

Distributed Memory MIMD Programming and Operating Environment for Heterogeneous UNIX Computers on a Network

Columbus, Ohio -- January 14, 1994 -- Software development specialists at the Ohio Supercomputer Center have released Local Area Multiprocessor (LAM) to the parallel processing and cluster computing community. LAM has been ported to several leading UNIX machines such as Sun, SGI, RS/6000, DEC APX and to Cray running UNICOS. LAM is freely available under a GNU license via anonymous ftp from tbag.osc.edu or from gopher at gopher.osc.edu. URL is gopher: //gopher.osc.edu:70/Software/Trollius.

Ohio Supercomputer Center Workshop Gives Researchers, Developers Edge in Managing Software Projects

Columbus, OH -- October 11, 2006 -- As software code bases grow larger and more complex, it becomes more challenging to manage these projects. The Ohio Supercomputer Center’s (OSC) workshop, Software Development Tools, provides the tools to help researchers and developers with their software projects.

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