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Using HPC Challenge with SLES10 sp2 on Power

In this paper we introduce how to take advantage of SUSE's latest operating system level (SLES10 sp2) with a standard clustered HPC workload called HPC Challenge. This paper highlights HPC software components like OpenMPI which comes as a free download with SLES10 sp2 and leveraging either the standard gcc which comes with Linux or the IBM commercial compilers available for Power systems.


NEC SX-9 and the HPC Challenge:

NEC’s SX-9 supercomputer put into operation at Tohoku University’s Cyber Science Center back in April, has achieved the world’s fastest [normalized] standing in the High Performance Computing Challenge benchmark.  The machine scored top marks on 19 of the 28 areas of the test.


Performance Tools for Software Developers - Building the HPCC benchmark

This guide is intended to help Intel® compiler customers build the HPCC* benchmark. The HPC Challenge (HPCC) benchmark is used to evaluate and test a wide variety of performance parameters for high-performance computing system.


AMD HPC Challenge Benchmark Tutorial

The HPC Challenge Benchmark set of tests is primarily High Performance Linpack along with some additional bells-and-whistles tests. The nice thing is the experience in running HPL can be directly leveraged in running HPCC, and vice-versa. Following is a set of commands to get going with HPCC.


HPC Challenge Awards at SC08

On Tuesday (November 18th) 12:15 - 1:15 BOF session (1 hour).

The DARPA High Productivity Computing Systems (HPCS) Program and IDC are pleased to announce the annual HPC Challenge Award Competition ( The goal of the competition is to focus the HPC community's attention on developing a broad set of HPC hardware and HPC software capabilities that are necessary to productively use HPC systems. The awards session will be held during the SC08 conference on Tuesday Number 13th during the 12:15 - 1:15 BOF session in room 14.


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