IJSRD Call for Paper – January 2018


Call for Papers | IJSRD January 2018 Vol. 5 Issue 11

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National Conference on ‘Advances in Computing and Communications | #NCACC-2016 | IJSRD E – Journal


National Conference on ‘Advances in Computing and Communications’ 

NCACC-2016

A Conference Organized by Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Bidar National Conference on ‘Advances in Computing and Communications’ NCACC-2016 in collaboration with International Journal of Scientific Research and Development (#IJSRD) on 22nd and 23rd October-2016. The aim of NCACC-2016 is to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners, in all areas of evolutionary computing and communication engineering to discuss the full spectrum of current theoretical developments, emerging technologies, and innovative applications of computing and communications in solving complex real life problems.

Best Paper Award: Outstanding papers presented at NCACC-2016 will be awarded with certificate and cash prize.

SUGGESTED TOPICS (NOT EXHAUSTIVE):

  • Communications
  • Electromagnetic Engineering
  • Computing
  • Systems and Security
  • Signal Processing
  • VLSI end embedded systems

All accepted papers from NCACC-2016 will be published in International Journal for Scientific Research & Development (#IJSRD). Impact Factor of IJSRD is 2.39.

Last date of submission: 22nd September 2016.

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#ijsrd journal update : HP Labs is working on a glass 3D printer


HP isn’t content to just 3D print in plastic. A job ad for a “robotics scientist for 3D printing” sounds normal enough until you dive into the text and read this:

“HP Labs’ research into printing of inorganic materials is working towards hybrid printing of glass (and other inorganic materials) onto items that are already mass produced,” the ad reads.

3D printing is generally reserved for working with plastic and metal. Glass is unusual. But HP has its reasons. According to a 2012 HP Labs paper:

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HP is due to release its first-ever 3D printer in October. We don’t know much about it except that it will be aimed at businesses and a potential boost for the ailing company. It’s unlikely it’s a glass printer though. This is a project that still lives within HP Labs.

Reference : https://gigaom.com/2014/09/26/hp-labs-is-working-on-a-glass-3d-printer/

# ijsrd – Intel releases rare details of its custom CPUs for Oracle – and there’s a lot more to come


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We’ve known for quite some time that Intel was building special versions of certain cores for its large data center customers, but the chip giant has kept the details of the implementation secret — even when negotiating for contracts with companies like Google, Facebook, and Amazon.

Now, some details on Intel’s deal with Oracle have come to light, and they shed light on the kinds of optimizations the company is baking in. Specifically, Intel’s new Xeon E7-8895 V2 is identical to the Xeon E7-8890 V2 released last winter — but the new 15-core chip (pictured above) has received some validation cycles that the other Xeon hasn’t had.

The enhancements that Intel is discussing all relate to server version of Turbo Mode. When Intel sells a consumer chip — say, a Core i7-4960X — it verifies that the chip can run at certain increased frequencies with a given core count. Two cores might hit 4GHz, four cores top out at 3.9GHz, and all six cores could be limited to 3.7GHz at most.

What Intel has done with the new E7-8895 V2 is to validate the core at the clock speeds and frequencies that other components in the stack would normally target — and to allow it to switch to these alternate operating modes on the fly. Do you want an E7-8895 V2 (15 cores, 3.4GHz maximum clock) to reconfigure itself as an E7-8893 (6 cores, 3.7GHz maximum clock)? The new chip can do that without even requiring a reboot.

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The new Xeon E7-8895 V2 can reconfigure itself to look like the 8891 or 8893 on the fly.

Intel has also released a taped interview with the data center group’s general manager, Diane Bryant, in which she states that this kind of collaboration is central to Intel’s long-term plans. “As our collaboration continues, we are actually co-defining — with the Oracle engineers [and] with the Intel engineers — next-generation instructions that will further accelerate the Oracle database solution, and those will be coming in future processor generations. Things such as memory enhancements, vector manipulation acceleration, and cluster interconnect performance acceleration.”

Intel also stated that the new Xeons can hit lower power targets than typical chips and possibly spin the cores up more quickly, but the company hasn’t released any information on this. The implication is that the company may actually be power gating the cores to nearly off, in order to use as much thermal headroom as possible to ramp up frequency on the other chips. Presumably there’s some additional validation associated with this — if Intel wants to hit higher Turbo frequencies with a given number of cores, it needs to know which CPU cores can hit those frequencies and which it should power gate.

Source : http://www.extremetech.com/computing/187055-intel-releases-rare-details-of-its-customized-oracle-cpus-and-there-a-lot-more-to-come