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Need Speed? How to Access Mathematica's HPC Capabilities (Spanish)

Mathematica integrates important high-performance computing (HPC) technologies in a single seamless system, so you don't have to choose between speed and accuracy. This screencast gives an overview of how to access Mathematica's HPC capabilities. Includes Spanish audio.

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Roman Maeder
This recorded presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference 2011 gives a look at advanced features of Mathematica's parallel programming language, including automatic distribution of values to parallel kernels and automatic parallelization of programs.
Dylan Roeh
This Wolfram Mathematica Virtual Conference 2011 course provides an introduction to the new GPU functionality in Mathematica 8 and shows examples of how to deploy your solution and scale across GPUs and machines.
Kelvin Mischo
Mathematica integrates important high-performance computing (HPC) technologies in a single seamless system, so you don't have to choose between speed and accuracy. This screencast gives an overview of how to access Mathematica's HPC capabilities.
Mathematica integrates important high-performance computing (HPC) technologies in a single seamless system, so you don't have to choose between speed and accuracy. This screencast gives an overview of how to access Mathematica's HPC capabilities. Includes Spanish audio.
Jon McLoone
This screencast shows you how to assemble an ad-hoc collection of separate computers into a single grid for parallel Mathematica computation using the Wolfram Lightweight Grid System.
David Morrison
Mathematica provides a uniquely integrated and automated environment for parallel computing. This screencast shows you how to use Mathematica's built-in parallel computing capabilities through a series of examples.