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- Erlang for 5 nines
Monday, December 8th, 2008
IGT Offices, Maskit 4, 5th Floor, Hertzliya.
14:00-14:15: OPENING - Avner & Guy
14:15-15:00: Intel® Parallel Software Tools for HPC and Multi-Core Computing
Herbert Cornelius, Director Advanced Computing Center EMEA and
As we see
15:15-16:00: Erlang for 5 nines
Zvi Avraham, CTO, Nivertech Ltd.
Zvi will present on the concurrent soft real time functional
16:00-16:15: DISCUSSION AND CONCLUDING REMARKS
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Guy Tel-Zur, Ph.D.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
I connect the phone via a USB cable (Bluetooth is also possible), then I use the Nokia PC-Suite to connect to the Internet while the mobile phone acts as a MODEM.
I then use the VPN (RSA SecurID) to connect to the campus.
1) To make the test fully reliable the WiFi was completely switched-off using the airplane mode button located at the front of my T61 ThinkPad notebook.
2) I wrote this post using the new Microsoft Live Writer Beta – a multi-blog- editor which I find useful.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Today took place the annual conference of Comsol in Israel, the agenda is described below:
Here are two photos I took using my cellphone:
The conference building:
I have serious doubts how one can do serious Multi-Physics simulations without serious Parallel Processing capabilities. The current version, 3.5, of Comsol has no Distributed Parallel Processing support, e.g. MPI and a limited Multi-Core support but not at the user level; No Parallel Computing commands and no external Parallel Tools like Star-P. This limits the problem size that can be simulated.
However, for sure it is an excellent tool for education.