June 11, 2013
NEWARK, Del., June 11 -- E.T. International, Inc. (ETI), a provider of system software solutions and performance acceleration services for Extreme and Exascale announces that Dr. William Harrod, the Division Director for the US Department of Energy/Office of Science Advanced Scientific Computing Research, and Dr. Jean Gonnard, Computer Simulation and IT Project Director of the French Atomic Energy Authority (CEA) will be joined by a panel of members of selected US DOE X-Stack program teams in a Birds of a Feather (BoF) session “Achieving Exascale through Innovations in Runtime System Software” in session 14 on Wednesday, June 19 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM in Hall 4 at ISC ’13 in Leipzig, Germany.
ETI Vice President of R&D Dr. Rishi Khan will co-chair the BoF session with Dr. Thomas Sterling of Indiana University.
Dr. Harrod and Dr. Gonnord will each speak about the US and French extreme-scale and exascale initiatives respectively, and what areas could be benefited by international collaboration.
Members from selected US DOE X-Stack program teams (ETI DynaX, Sandia National Labs XPRESS, Intel Traleika Glacier, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs DEGAS, and Lawrence Livermore National Labs) will speak about the key challenges and contributions their teams bring to the extreme-scale and exascale goals.
There will be an interactive discussion with the audience on the challenges of extreme-scale and exascale and how the international community can jointly solve these challenges.
For more information about the BoF see: http://bit.ly/16Hv1yM
ETI is also interested in exploring the community’s interest in utilizing a HPC open source software stack for innovative runtime system software components for Extreme and Exascale development efforts. There will be an informal meeting after the BoF to discuss which parts of the software stack should be open-sourced and how the community could benefit from extending them.
About ET International, Inc.
ET International, Inc. (ETI) provides breakthrough high-performance system software solutions with its SWARM technology and Software Performance Acceleration Services. ETI's SWARM and services are designed specifically to improve extreme-scale computing from embedded platforms to large-scale supercomputers for computationally intensive scientific research and data rich business applications. For more information, visit www.etinternational.com.
Source: ET International, Inc.
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