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Cluster-wise, they should name this thing "Team Unity". They've combined Intel Xeon and AMD CPUs, along with dual NVIDIA P100s and four AMD R9 Nano accelerators – making these strange bedfellows perform together. In the video, we discuss their cluster, how they're approaching the applications, and their progress so far in the competition. We also learn that the woman in charge of Paraview has a "top-secret idea" that should give them a leg up on the competition.University of Texas/Texas State U: In this video, we meet the blended team of Texas State and the University of Texas, Austin. When we catch up to them, the team seems to be doing well with the applications and isn't having any obvious problems. While UT has competed in many competitions and was the first team to win three SC competitions in a row, this is an entirely new set of personnel.
One of the really cool things that we find out in this video is the impact of the cluster competition on team members. They've had multiple people come by their booth, drop off business cards, and inquire about how they can hire the kids either on an intern or full-time basis. In short, this competition is a real résumé builder for the students, which is great pay-off for the months that the kids have devoted to the competition.University of Peking: This is the first time that University of Peking has competed at any cluster competition. They're one of two teams running OpenPOWER hardware. This team has the full kit, with two Power-based nodes, NVLink-connected NVIDIA P100s (eight – a double brace), with two FPGAs to help on the password-cracking application.


As you'll see in the video, overall the machine is working for the kids very well, but they couldn't get the FPGAs to functioning perfectly. It could be a mismatch between the hardware and what they were trying to do, or they could have simply run out of time to program/optimise the chips. In the video, I tried to stir up some trouble between them and Tsinghua University (a perennial cluster competition top-echelon team located very close to Peking), but wasn't very successful.Northeastern University/Auburn U: This team had the misfortune of having their machine not arrive in time for the competition, it was stuck somewhere in UPS Land when we interviewed them for the video. But the team persevered, going around to various vendors and begging, borrowing, and maybe even stealing hardware to cobble into a cluster.



What they ended up with was a couple of years-old workstations plus a real Xeon node, connected together with Mellanox FDR InfiniBand. They also have a couple of older K40 cards coupled with four AMD R9 Nano accelerators. This won't be a winning combination for the team, but they're showing the true student cluster competition spirit by scrounging up enough hardware to compete. Good on them.Next up, we'll talk about LINPACK results, show the students competing in the SUSE Space Pirate challenge, and analyse the final results. Stay tuned...The United States Navy has revealed that the names and social security numbers on 134,386 current and former employees has leaked, thanks to the compromise of a laptop used by a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services staffer.The IT contractor and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service probed the data loss finding that "unknown individuals" accessed the records.The Navy says there is as yet no evidence the data was misused.


No information was released on the detail of the incident, so we're uncertain if the laptop was stolen, infected with malware or otherwise compromised."We are in the early stages of investigating and are working quickly to identify and take care of those affected by this breach," naval personnel chief Vice Admiral Robert Burke says."The Navy takes this incident extremely seriously - this is a matter of trust for our sailors."The Navy will notify affected sailors in "coming weeks" over phone, email, and snail mail.More information will be provided to sailors including possible free credit monitoring, should the breach lead to identity fraud and associated financial complications. Kiwicon When Dan Tentler hacked writer Kevin Roose's Mac, his chief problem wasn't trying to pop the shell; it was trying to rein in the hundreds of shells he spawned.Tentler had been tasked with breaching Roose's computer for a documentary showcasing penetration testers' ability to compromise users.Tentler, also known as "Viss", told the Kiwicon hacking conference in Wellington today how he manually wrote exploits to gain access to Roo's laptop after discovering it was a Mac, but soon had access to his webcam, email, and Nest CCTV cameras.



"Shells were spawning everywhere, hundreds, so I had to write some scripts to shut them down," Tentler told the conference.With Roose's laptop boned, Tentler set about pushing limits. He set the Mac's text to speech tool to utter various sentences to mess with the writer. In one instance he made the computer say "wouldn't it be funny if I started talking to you" while Roose was in a cafe, frightening the life out of the unsuspecting writer.In another, he made the computer remark "you look bored" after spying on him through his open webcam.Tentler continued the absurdity getting one of his friends to drive to Roose's house and stand in front of the writer's now compromised webcams with a sign reading "Viss was here". Teradici's launched a new range of zero clients powered by silicon it did not design, a departure from its usual practice the company hopes will spread its PCoIP protocol far and wide.Teradici's meat and potatoes is virtual workspaces delivered as nothing but pixels: all the compute happens in the server and zero clients do not much more than keep the session alive and handle I/O for local devices like mice, keyboards and monitors. The company can pipe virtual desktops from VMware, Amazon WorkSpaces.


CEO Dan Cordingley told The Register the company's decided its core skill is in running secure sessions, not baking PCoIP into silicon. So it's struck a deal with the Panasonic/Fujitsu joint venture Socionext to add PCoIP into a system-on-a-chip (SoC), for two reasons.Firstly, Teradici's new new range of “Alta” zero clients with Socionext's silicon inside are gruntier than their predecessors. The new boxen can drive a pair of 4K monitors, include WiFi, USB 3.0 and the choice of DisplayPort or HDMI. The graphics grunt means Teradici can join the chase to virtualise workstation-class applications. Adding WiFi, and a new laptop form-factor zero client, means Teradici thinks it's a chance to crack industries like health care than need campus mobility.The second hoped-for outcome is that Socionext will hawk its SoC to makers of all manner of other kit. Cordingley imagined monitors intended for duty in digital signage as a one candidate. PcoIP-powered zero clients can also handle Amazon Web Services' WorkSpaces desktop-as-a-service offering, so Cordingley quite likes of the idea of desktop monitors with PCoIP inside.


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