Srini Chari

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The volume, velocity and variety of data are compelling traditional High Performance Computing (HPC) environments to support a new generation of complex data-centric application workloads on highly heterogeneous infrastructures. This is blurring the boundaries between the growing HPC and Big Data Analytics markets; driving up the performance, scale,(More)
Executive Summary Energy and power consumption are the topmost challenges in the race to Exascale computing. Other constraints include memory, storage, networks, resiliency, software and scalability. Power limits the total number of components that can be packaged on a chip whereas the total energy required by Exascale performance capable systems restricts(More)
To improve product quality and reliability, and to reduce cost and time to market, manufacturers of all sizes must increasingly use collaborative engineering design and simulation approaches along with High Performance Computing (HPC). As the use of simulation becomes pervasive and grows in scale and complexity, these companies must also address the(More)
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