The international meeting for Simulation and High Performance Computing brings together experts in Simulation, Big Data and HPC.
The TANGO colleagues from Bull have attended this event (19-20th June, 2018) and participated in the Exhibition showcase room where around 18 booths of the major simulation within High Performance Computing industry have shown their tools and demos. Aproximately, 1.300 visitors have been walking through Teratec facilities, mainly from HPC world. Concretely, TANGO have shown its project´s vision and tools at the Atos-Bull booth in the event.
In this issue of the HiPEAC magazine, published to coinicide with May 2018 innovation-themed Computing Systems Week in Gothenburg, we speak to innovators of all kinds. TANGO on behalf of the Heterogeneity Alliance contributed to the magazine to promote latest activities of the initiative. Read more in the link below.
This time at HiPEAC Autumn Computing Systems Week, the leading topics were mobility and transport, big data as well as heterogeneous systems and 5G next applications. The workshop followed a program where challenges and opportunities of every initiative were shown. TANGO led a session where the project was introduced then, the benefits and application of TANGO in heterogeneous hardware to gain efficiency and finally, a demo of the #TANGOtoolbox in HPC scenario ended this thematic session.
All the material presented by TANGO speakers can be downloaded from here.
The members of Hetereogeneity Alliance have organized a workshop at HIPEAC conference in Manchester on 22nd January 2018. The workshop objective was to present the vision and activities of the Heterogeneity Alliance launched by several EU projects and coordinated for now by TANGO project. The workshop aims at engaging new members for the Alliance and to validate with HIPEAC community the initiative and the produced results so far. It was also a window for involved projects to present their latest results to the audience.
We have the launched the TANGO Research Alliance. The TANGO Heterogeneous Hardware & Software Alliance (HH&S) is an initiative that aims to propose to other projects and organizations to join efforts for developing future technologies and tools to advance and take full advantage of computing and applications using heterogeneous hardware. In TANGO we believe that the impact of heterogeneity on all computing tasks is rapidly increasing making the future heterogeneous.
During the Slurm User Group 2016, TANGO’s team presented the project. The 2016 Slurm User Group Meeting was held on 26 and 27 September in Athens, Greece. The meeting included an assortment of tutorials, site reports and technical presentations such as the one presented by Yiannis Georgiou (BULL-ATOS) about “Support of heterogeneous resources and MPMD-MPI and TANGO research scope”
TANGO’s team shared a project presentation with students during the Summer School for the School Young Researchers on Energy Efficiency Networks and Distributed Systems (Ecole Jeunes Chercheurs sur l’Efficacité Energétique des Réseaux et Systèmes Distribués)