August 7, 2006 - Patent filed for "Object Oriented System and Method of Graphically Displaying and Analyzing Complex Systems" [more..]
September 20, 2006 - "The $9 billion technical computing market is growing at 20% annually as companies apply supercomputing power to scientific and engineering apps to speed products to market and gain new insights into data." Source: InformationWeek Sep 19 2006
January 31, 2009 - Watt Systems Technologies registers its Linux Rocks / CUDA Rolls computer cluster EZ Bake with the National Science Foundation. The company also announces its WattWorks Roll v.04 alpha for clustered HPC computers.
February 2, 2009 - Watt Systems announces it is closing Watt Advanced Research Projects facility (WARP) in Albuquerque, NM. The research facility conducts massively parallel clustered computing using CPU and GPU compute technologies, and will be relocated to Mountain View, CA - closer to the heart of the Silicon Valley. This hardware technology is critical to our software in modeling, simulating, visualizing and analyzing complexity in systems science and engineering.
April, 9, 2009 - Watt Systems announces the registration of GenCluster with the National Science Foundation.
May 9, 2009 - Kenneth Lloyd, Dir. of System Sciences, will be presenting on a novel form of ABM at SwarmFest 2009, the 13th annual International conference on Agent Based Modeling and Simulation, June 28 - 30 in Santa Fe, NM. The presentation, which reflects Watt Systems work with Creative Consultants, LLC will demonstrate ABM on hybrid, heterogeneous compute clusters, including a new Intelligent Distribution Agent for configuring the compute fabric in massively parallel applications.
June 20, 2010 - Kenneth Lloyd, Dir. of System Sciences, will be presenting on a Category-Theoretic Application of Agent-Based Modeling and Simulation at SwarmFest 2010. This presents a robust, mathematical foundation for the scientific study of agent-based models. Presentation and Paper
February 8, 2011 - Kenneth Lloyd of Watt Systems Technologies co-founds the New Mexico HPC GPU & Supercomputing Meet-Up Group.
June 28, 2011 - Watt Systems Technologies becomes a member of the HPC Advisory Council.
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