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We are pleased to announce an invited talk by Benjamin Huth from the University of Regensburg about "Vectorized matrix-multiplication on the NEC SX-Aurora." The NEC SX-Aurora "Tsubasa" is NEC's latest vector processor architecture. Last year, RRZE has acquired a system with two "Tsubasa" vector a...

The Bandwidth Benchmark is a collection of simple streaming kernels. While it may be used for microbenchmarking, we mainly want to use it in teaching. It is heavily inspired by John McCalpin's STREAM benchmark. It comprises eight typical streaming kernels with different data access patterns for m...

LIKWID 4.3.4 is a bugfix release. These are the relevant changes: For systems using Intel Cluster-on-Die (CoD) or Sub-NUMA Clustering (SNC): Fix for detecting PCI devices Workaround for topology detection. The Linux kernel does not detect it properly sometimes. Don't pin accessDa...

HPC@FAU

This is the joint home page of the HPC (High Performance Computing) group at Erlangen Regional Computing Center (RRZE) and the Professorship for High Performance Computing at the Department for Computer Science at FAU. We conduct research in several HPC areas, provide lectures and tutorials, support scientists at FAU with code porting and optimizations, and run the local supercomputers at RRZE.