Gary Grider

High Performance Computing (HPC) Division Leader
Los Alamos National Laboratory

Gary Grider is the Leader of the High Performance Computing (HPC) Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Los Alamos’ HPC Division operates one of the largest supercomputing centers in the world focused on US National Security for the US/DOE National Nuclear Security Administration. As Division Leader, Gary is responsible for all aspects of High Performance Computing research, technologies development, and deployment at Los Alamos. Gary has 30 granted patents and over 13 pending in the data storage area and has been working in HPC and HPC related storage since 1984.

Gary Grider will kick off the talk with a brief background of the challenges currently faced in mass storage systems,…

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High-performance computing data centers supporting large-scale simulation applications can routinely generate a large amount of data. To minimize time-to-result, it…

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