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Projects<br/>
 
Projects<br/>
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Clusters<br/>
 
Clusters<br/>
 
• The Dynamo - GPGPU Cluster - 35 3GHz Xeon nodes with 12 Nvidia Tesla S1070s<br/>
 
• The Dynamo - GPGPU Cluster - 35 3GHz Xeon nodes with 12 Nvidia Tesla S1070s<br/>
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• The IBM Cluster - 24 IBM RS/6000 Workstations<br/>
 
• The IBM Cluster - 24 IBM RS/6000 Workstations<br/>
 
• The Alpha Cluster (Inferno)<br/>
 
• The Alpha Cluster (Inferno)<br/>
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Cluster and Infrastructure Management<br/>
 
Cluster and Infrastructure Management<br/>
 
• Kerberos/LDAP integration - Single sign-on directory for clusters and desktops<br/>
 
• Kerberos/LDAP integration - Single sign-on directory for clusters and desktops<br/>
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• GridFS - Supporting cross-realm grid computing AFS file access<br/>
 
• GridFS - Supporting cross-realm grid computing AFS file access<br/>
 
• Software Firewall/Router - Software firewall and router<br/>
 
• Software Firewall/Router - Software firewall and router<br/>
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Software Tools<br/>
 
Software Tools<br/>
 
• NetPIPE - Network Protocol Independent Performance Evaluator<br/>
 
• NetPIPE - Network Protocol Independent Performance Evaluator<br/>
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• InfiniBand Monitoring tools - Status and performance monitoring tools for InfiniBand networks.<br/>
 
• InfiniBand Monitoring tools - Status and performance monitoring tools for InfiniBand networks.<br/>
 
• Sparskit-CCA - suite of sparse matrix computations as a component of Common Component Architecture (CCA)<br/>
 
• Sparskit-CCA - suite of sparse matrix computations as a component of Common Component Architecture (CCA)<br/>
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SciDAC Projects<br/>
 
SciDAC Projects<br/>
 
• Scalable System Software ISIC - Brett Bode<br/>
 
• Scalable System Software ISIC - Brett Bode<br/>
 
• Advancing Multi-Reference Methods in Electronic Structure Theory - Mark Gordon<br/>
 
• Advancing Multi-Reference Methods in Electronic Structure Theory - Mark Gordon<br/>
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Past Projects<br/>
 
Past Projects<br/>
 
• ABC - Reconstructing the world's first computer<br/>
 
• ABC - Reconstructing the world's first computer<br/>

Revision as of 17:32, 5 November 2012

Projects

Contents

Subsection

Clusters
• The Dynamo - GPGPU Cluster - 35 3GHz Xeon nodes with 12 Nvidia Tesla S1070s
• The IBM Power4 Cluster - 24 1.7GHz Power4+ processors
• The IBM pSeries Cluster - 32 IBM pSeries Servers
• The IBM Cluster - 24 IBM RS/6000 Workstations
• The Alpha Cluster (Inferno)

Subsection

Cluster and Infrastructure Management
• Kerberos/LDAP integration - Single sign-on directory for clusters and desktops
• Debian-derived cluster OS management
• GridFS - Supporting cross-realm grid computing AFS file access
• Software Firewall/Router - Software firewall and router

Subsection

Software Tools
• NetPIPE - Network Protocol Independent Performance Evaluator
• GPSHMEM - A Generalized Portable SHMEM library
• InfiniBand Research - performance evaluation and optimization
• InfiniBand Monitoring tools - Status and performance monitoring tools for InfiniBand networks.
• Sparskit-CCA - suite of sparse matrix computations as a component of Common Component Architecture (CCA)

Subsection

SciDAC Projects
• Scalable System Software ISIC - Brett Bode
• Advancing Multi-Reference Methods in Electronic Structure Theory - Mark Gordon

Subsection

Past Projects
• ABC - Reconstructing the world's first computer
• HINT - Computer benchmarking tool (now supported at BYU)
• MP_Lite - Lightweight Message Passing Library
• Photon - Photo-realistic Image Rendering
• Rabbit - Performance Counters Library for x86 and Linux
• Slalom - A new computer graphics method
• Immortal Code - Automatic code optimization

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