Cray’s Chapel Team to Host Reddit AMA!


On Wednesday, Oct. 14, the Chapel development team at Cray will be hosting an all-day Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) session starting at 8:30 a.m. PDT on the /r/programminglanguages subreddit.  The AMA will focus on the topic of the Chapel parallel ... [ Read More ]

Six Ways to Say “Hello” in Chapel | Part 2


This article continues the introduction to Chapel via simple “Hello world” programs that I started in part one of this series. Continuing where we left off: Distributed Parallel Hello World   My last post ended with the following parallel, ... [ Read More ]

Why Do Better Weather Forecasts Matter?


Cray, NVIDIA, the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS) and MeteoSwiss recently announced the acceptance of MeteoSwiss’ new supercomputing platform for operational weather forecasting, a Cray CS-Storm system with NVIDIA® Tesla® K80 GPUs. It is ... [ Read More ]

Six Ways to Say “Hello” in Chapel | Part 1


When learning a new programming language, users often start by studying “Hello world” programs —those that output simple messages to the console. Though such programs are trivial by nature, they can be an illuminating way to get familiar with a new ... [ Read More ]

Seymour Cray Award Nominations Due July 1


The IEEE Computer Society is accepting nominations for its annual Seymour Cray Computer Engineering Award, named in honor of Cray’s founder, who is frequently called the “father of supercomputing.” The society is also accepting awards for its 2015 ... [ Read More ]