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Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2013 02:54:47 +0400
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: [openwall-announce] HPC Village at ZeroNights 2013


This is to announce a new project of Openwall, initially setup as a
creative way to indirectly sponsor the ZeroNights 2013 convention, which
will be held on November 7th and 8th in Moscow, Russia: (English) (Russian)

HPC Village from Openwall is an opportunity for HPC (High Performance
Computing) hobbyists alike to program for a heterogeneous (hybrid) HPC
platform.  Participants are provided with remote access (via the SSH
protocol) to a server with multi-core CPUs and HPC accelerator cards of
different kinds - Intel MIC (Xeon Phi), AMD GPU, NVIDIA GPU - as well as
with pre-installed and configured drivers and development tools (SDKs).

We provide within one machine access to the mentioned four types of
computing devices, including OpenCL support for all of them, as well as
support for usage models specific to individual ones of them.

Please refer to the project web page for a lot more detail, as well as
for information on how to apply for an account:

Remote access will be provided, free of charge, to registered ZeroNights
2013 attendees, for the period from November 1st to November 15th, 2013,
as well as to Open Source software developers (regardless of their
participation in the conference and without a hard restriction on the
time period).  Access is provided for getting acquainted with the
technologies and/or for Open Source software development.  In the
organizers' sole discretion, access may be denied or restricted (in
particular, in case it is used for other than an intended purpose or/and
if one's use of the system inconveniences other users in a substantial
way).  The information contained in this announcement does not formally
constitute an offer to provide any service to the general public.

See you at ZeroNights and on our hobbyist HPC server. :-)


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