50 Billion Triples: Digging a Bit Deeper

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In the last two installments of this series (part 1 and part 2), we discussed some higher-level thoughts on striking a balance between easy ingest and more prep work as well as some initial queries to get a sense of an unknown graph’s structure and ... [ Read More ]

A Super Interconnect for a Supercomputer

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  It’s hard to truly understand the capabilities of modern-day supercomputers, their constituent technologies and deeply evolved software stacks. Once in a while, a technologist (or a marketing person) will refer to the "Cray inside my ... [ Read More ]

Chapel Completes First “Summer of Code”

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The Chapel team recently concluded our first Google Summer of Code (GSoC), which we introduced in our spring blog post. GSoC is a program in which Google funds students around the world to spend their summers working on open-source projects. The ... [ Read More ]

NCSA Celebrates 30 Years

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Congratulations to the National Center for Supercomputing Applications on their 30th anniversary of solving complex problems in science and society. Cray and NCSA have grown together over three decades of high performance computing leadership. Their ... [ Read More ]

Making Sense of 50 Billion Triples: No Free Lunch

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A lot of grandiose claims have been made promising that graph databases would allow easy ingest of all manner of disparate data and make sense of it ­– and uncover hidden relationships and meaning. This is, in fact, possible — but there are a few ... [ Read More ]

Cray recognized by Forrester and Gartner

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Cray is fortunate to have earned the recognition and loyalty of customers worldwide. We’re also honored to receive industry recognition, as is the case with two recent reports from industry analyst firms Forrester and Gartner, the top research and ... [ Read More ]

Bringing History Alive with Supercomputing

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The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre currently houses “Magnus,” a Cray® XC40™ supercomputer that is the most powerful research supercomputer in the southern hemisphere. Magnus supports more than 800 Australian researchers to produce significant and ... [ Read More ]