HPC Advisory Council Kicks Off Fourth Annual RDMA Programming Competition

SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Focused on supporting STEM student development, the HPC Advisory Council (HPCAC), a leading non-profit organization focused on High Performance Computing (HPC) education and outreach, officially launched its Fourth Annual RDMA Programming Competition in China this week. Designed to support undergraduate curriculum and talent development, this unique hands-on competition furthers students study, experience and mastery. Launched in 2013, over 20 colleges and universities across China took part in the inaugural competition. Last year’s competition attracted more than 50 colleges and universities drawing attention from world-renowned experts from HPC, cloud computing and Big Data sectors as well as extensive media coverage. The 2016 competition theme is centered on the world’s supercomputing development, highlighting the theoretical framework, practical model and future development of deep learning, and emphasizes the practical use of…


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