Supercomputers

Computer History Museum honors Cerebras Systems

When Cerebras Systems was released at Hot Chips in August 2019, the hardware community wasn’t quite sure what to think. Attendees were understandably skeptical of the new “wafer-scale” technology, let alone an estimated power envelope of around 15 kilowatts for the chip alone. In the three years since, the company …

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Rockport networks and network topologies

Market disruptions tend to happen regularly in the tech industry. We started with cell phones that were just cordless phones, and the market was dominated by companies like Motorola and Nokia, then PALM and Research In Motion. Then Microsoft swung the market aggressively towards smartphones and Apple stepped in. Now, …

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Fujitsu’s supercomputer in the cloud could help unlock the mysteries of space

Fujitsu’s high-performance computing (HPC) cloud is already being used to research the next generation of space travel. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) used Fujitsu’s wave analysis solution to perform large-scale electromagnetic wave simulations, which are used to assess the intensity of radio waves in the X-ray spectrometer of the …

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SmartCow Unveils Cutting-Edge Ultron Supercomputing Platform

SmartCow, an engineering company specializing in video analytics, AIoT devices and smart city solutions, has launched Ultron, an artificial intelligence platform based on Nvidia Jetson and equipped with sensor fusion that brings a high computing power at the edge for industrial applications. Designed for smart cities and autonomous infrastructure, Ultron …

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Dedicated scientists help build a supercomputer

Scientists check the status of the Tianhe-3 supercomputer at the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin. [Photo/Xinhua] In the computer room of the National Supercomputing Center in Tianjin, rows of tidy black cabinets work on humanity’s greatest scientific questions, ranging from the evolution of the universe to modeling complex protein structures …

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Supercomputer predicts Leeds United’s new season final position and points tally

Jesse Marsch’s Whites only secured their top-flight status on the final day of the 2021-22 campaign with a dramatic 2-1 win at Brentford as relegation rivals Burnley blew their lines in a 2-1 defeat against Newcastle United at Turf Moor. The Clarets were relegated down with already relegated duo Norwich …

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NASA’s latest supercomputer is a bit of a DIY masterpiece

NASA has announced its most powerful supercomputer to date, dubbed “Aitken”. However, the new top dog isn’t a freshly built multi-billion dollar computing beast, but actually a modular upgrade of a machine first launched in 2019. Named after famed American astronomer Robert Grant Aitken, the high-powered unit resides in the …

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Supercomputer predicts where Brighton, Brentford, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Arsenal and Tottenham will finish in the 2022-23 Premier League

Graham Potter’s side impressed last season by securing a ninth place finish – their highest ever in the top flight. They lost influential midfielder Yves Bissouma to Tottenham for £30million earlier in this window and they are hoping to retain the services of their Spanish player of the year Marc …

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LLNL cancer research goes exascale

Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will use their recently awarded cycles on the world’s first exascale system – Frontier at Oak Ridge National Laboratory – to advance their work by applying their machine-learned multi-scale modeling infrastructure computing framework and l intelligence to model and predict how RAS and RAF …

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Guide to computers (required machines and everything you need)

Satisfactory has plenty of recipes that require Computers or Supercomputers, so unlocking them and gathering resources to craft them is essential. Computers are essential for making a variety of intermediate and final products in Satisfying, but they must first be unlocked and built. The first three types of computers can …

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Supercomputer predicts how Premier League title race will unfold for Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Man United and Arsenal after latest transfer activity

Liverpool were the closest challengers to Pep Guardiola’s side last campaign, finishing one point behind the champions as the title race dragged on until the final day. But how will it turn out this time around? Data pundits and bookmakers have made their predictions ahead of the new campaign as …

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BAE Systems Wins $699 Million Army Contract to Support HPC Centers

MCLEAN, Va., and HUNTSVILLE, Ala., July 14, 2022 – The U.S. Army has awarded BAE Systems a five-year, $699 million contract for operations, maintenance, and management services for the Defense Supercomputing Resource Center (DSRC), including the Extended Services Program for High-Performance Computer (HPC) Users. The company will support the computer …

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Introducing the largest multilingual open science model ever formed

While they regularly deliver excellent results, large AI models are generally black boxes: it is not known exactly how they calculate their answers and many elements are not made public. The BigScience project, in which a thousand researchers participate in a participatory and open scientific approach, is changing the game …

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Falls Church Business News and Notes

Women leaders receive awards Virginia Business recognized 42 female executives across the state who “set the standard for leadership” in the second annual Women in Leadership Awards. Applicants must be based in Virginia and hold C-suite or equivalent positions in for-profit companies, nonprofit organizations, or educational institutions. They represent large, …

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x86 & Arm Rival, RISC-V Architecture Ships 10 Billion Cores

Calista Redmond, CEO of RISC-V International, told Embedded World that there are currently ten billion RISC-V cores on the market. The ARM RISC-V architecture shipped 10 billion cores, which would be larger than the x86 and Arm architecture for the future RISC-V, pronounced as “risk five”, is an open standard …

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The supercomputer predicts how the Championship promotion race will unfold for Sheffield United, West Brom, Huddersfield Town, Middlesbrough, Burnley and Watford after latest transfer activity

The Spaniard, 39, resigned as head coach less than six weeks after Town’s Championship play-off final against Nottingham Forest and just 22 days before the club start the 2022-23 season in home against Burnley. First-team manager Schofield, promoted to work with the first-team as a professional development coach and to …

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First in Malaysia to harness the power of an award-winning AI supercomputer

The University of Nottingham in Malaysia uses the NVIDIA DGX A100 to advance AI research and education UNM looks to Nvidia DGX A100 for unprecedented compute density, performance and flexibility. NVIDIA RECENTLY announced that the University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM) is the first in the country to deploy the Nvidia …

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Pawsey’s latest supercomputer goes live – Hardware

Setonix at the Pawsey Center The Pawsey Center The Pawsey Supercomputing Center has brought the first 500 nodes of its new Setonix high-performance computing (HPC) environment online. Setonix is ​​an HPE Cray EX model, with 500 AMD EPYC Milan processor nodes carrying a total of 65,000 CPU cores and with …

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Supercomputer predicts how Premier League top four race for Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Man United and Arsenal will unfold after latest transfer activity

Spurs, entering their first full season under Antonio Conte, are joined by Liverpool, Newcastle United and Manchester City as the four clubs who have shelled out the most money on players this transfer window. Man City have signed Erling Haaland and are closing in on Kalvin Phillips as they seek …

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Kothe new Associate Laboratory Director for Computing and Computational Sciences

Doug Kothe has been named Associate Laboratory Director for the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory Computing and Computational Science Branch, effective June 6. Jeff Nichols, the current associate lab director for computer science and computational science, is set to retire July 1 after 13 years in the role, …

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AMD-powered Frontier supercomputer is now the world’s first ‘true exascale machine’

Our friends at AMD have been making great strides in supercomputing for some time. At present, the Frontier supercomputer, one of many machines powered by the red team’s custom components, has won the top spot not only in the Top500 (opens in a new tab)and Green500 (opens in a new …

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After Doubled ARR, Leading Software and Game Development Acceleration Platform Incredibuild Raises $35M Led by Hiro Capital, Significantly Boosting Its Valuation

IThe investment will be used to drive Incredibuild’s innovation and growth in areas such as AI, Metaverse and more, as well as improve its supercomputing platform TEL AVIV, Israel, June 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Incredibuild, creator of the leading hybrid development acceleration platform for developers and DevOps teams, today announced …

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Fujitsu and RIKEN team up

TOKYO, May 17, 2022 — (JCN Newswire) — Fujitsu Limited and RIKEN today launched a joint research project on next-generation drug discovery computing technology using the Fugaku(1) supercomputer, aimed at accelerating DX ( digital transformation) in drug discovery, explore promising new areas in this process, and significantly reduce the development …

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EVENT: The power and future of supercomputing in Wales

EVENT: The power and future of supercomputing in Wales A showcase and celebration of the impact of our high performance computing and research software engineering. From modeling the spread of COVID-19 to mapping and monitoring land cover across Wales using satellite imagery, Supercomputing Wales is at the heart of advanced …

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Supercomputing as a Service Market Size and Forecast to 2028 | IBM, HP, Cray, NUDT, Fujitsu – Designer Women

The Global”Supercomputing as a service market » The report provides an in-depth analysis of emerging trends, market drivers, development opportunities and market restraints that may impact the market dynamics of the industry. Each market sector is examined in-depth in Market Research Intellect, including products, applications, and competitive analysis. The report …

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UT-Austin supercomputer simulates the first-ever image of a black hole at the center of our galaxy

Researchers used UT’s supercomputer to generate simulated images of Sagittarius A*, a supermassive black hole that potentially sits at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, a discovery that provides stronger evidence for the existence of the black hole. The study used the Frontera supercomputer to develop models of Sagittarius …

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The fault of Nintendo Switch afflicts consumers, Which one? warns

Nintendo Switch Classic was first released in 2017. Photo: Martin Pollard/Reuters Two in five owners of British Nintendo (NTDOY) Switch ‘Classic’ consoles have complained of a faulty controller, with many being forced to buy a new £70 replacement, according to Which?. The consumer trade body is demanding ‘no hassle’ and …

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Qubit Pharmaceuticals Raises €16 Million in Funding

Pharmaceutical Qubita quantum physics-based drug discovery company based in Paris, France and Boston, MA, has raised €16 million in funding. Backers included XAnge, Omnes, Quantonation and Mr. Octave Klaba. The company intends to use the funds to strengthen: its teams, which should quickly reach 60 people spread between Paris and …

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Four Los Alamos high school students named 2022 Supercomputing Challenge finalists

LAHS News: Four students from Los Alamos High School have been named finalists for the 2022 Supercomputing Challenge. The Supercomputing Challenge is a program for middle and high school students in New Mexico to come up with a computer science project and work on it year-round. This is the 32nd …

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What is a quantum computer? Price and operation

Quantum computers use the principles of quantum physics to perform complex calculations The Ministry of Defense (MoD) has announced that it has purchased its first quantum computer. Quantum computers solve complex calculations faster than ordinary computers, with their creators claiming they can solve problems even supercomputers can’t. Register to our …

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Four Los Alamos high school students named 2022 Supercomputing Challenge finalists – Los Alamos Reporter

Robert Strauss / Courtesy Photo Daniel Kim/Courtesy Photo Andrew Morgan/Courtesy Photo Andrés Iturregui/Courtesy Photo LAPS PRESS RELEASE Four students from Los Alamos High School have been named finalists for the 2022 Supercomputing Challenge. They are Robert Strauss, Daniel Kim, Andres Iturregui and Andrew Morgan. The Supercomputing Challenge is a program …

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How Leeds United and their Premier League rivals fared last season against supercomputer predictions

Jesse Marsch’s men survived the final day of the season – but how does that compare to pre-season predictions? It’s safe to say that hopes were high that Leeds United could build on a first regular Premier League season under Marcelo Bielsa. The reality was that the Whites were struggling …

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At the right time, the upgrade of the supercomputer leads to a successful prediction of the volcanic eruption

In the fall of 2017, geology professor Patricia Gregg and her team had just implemented a new volcanic prediction modeling program on Blue Waters and iForge supercomputers. Simultaneously, another team was monitoring the activity of the Sierra Negra volcano in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. One of the Ecuadorian project scientists, …

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Manipulating photons for microseconds exceeds 9,000 years on a supercomputer

Enlarge / Given a real beam of light, a beam splitter splits it into two. Given the individual photons, the behavior becomes more complicated. Ars Technica’s Chris Lee has spent much of his adult life playing with lasers, so he’s a big fan of photon-based quantum computing. Even as various …

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Nvidia’s AI-powered supercomputers advance nuclear fusion research

The most powerful supercomputers on the planet are used to perform all kinds of complex operations. Increasingly, they are being used to enable artificial intelligence for research that could one day impact billions of people. The world’s fastest and most powerful high-performance computing (HPC) supercomputers are at the forefront of …

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Supercomputer Market In-Depth Research Study, Regional Growth, Company Major Key Players Analysis – ManufactureLink

The Global Supercomputer Market report emphasizes on detailed understanding of some decisive factors such as size, share, sales, forecasted trends, supply, production, demand, industry and market. CAGR in order to provide a comprehensive perspective of the global market. In addition, the report also highlights challenges hindering market growth and expansion …

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Nvidia will use liquid cooling in its GPUs for data centers

Graphics chip maker Nvidia has announced the addition of liquid cooling in its GPUs for a more durable and efficient computing experience New Delhi: Graphics chip maker Nvidia has announced the addition of liquid cooling in its GPUs for a more durable and efficient computing experience for its data center …

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The latest convergence of AI and HPC, the 29th HPC Connection Workshop at ISC22

STUTTGART, Germany–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The 29th HPC Connection Workshop (HPCC) will be held online at 2:00 p.m. (CEST) on May 30, 2022 at ISC22 with the theme “The Latest Convergence of AI and HPC”. World-renowned experts and industry leaders will present the latest in the convergence of AI and HPC. Guest speakers …

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The 2022 Teratec Forum will take place on June 14 and 15, registration is open

May 20, 2022 — The Teratec Forum will take place on June 14 and 15, 2022 at the École Polytechnique de Palaiseau, France. Teratec Forum brings together the best international experts in high performance computing, simulation and big data, as a reference event in France and Europe in this field. …

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World’s Most Powerful Supercomputer Reveals Origin Story of Carbon-12 – A Building Block for Life

These computer simulations show the structures of carbon-12 in the unstable, excited Hoyle state and in a stable ground state, the stuff of life. Credit: Image courtesy of James Vary/Iowa State University With the help of the world’s most powerful supercomputer and new artificial intelligence techniques, an international team of …

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AMD Releases Latest Consistent Device Memory Mapping Linux Code – Designed for Frontier

Over the past year, we have seen various patches released by AMD engineers with a state effort around the preparations for the Frontier supercomputer. Most of these fixes involved memory management in Linux and special purpose memory management between CPUs/GPUs. Released on Monday was their latest work on consistent device …

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Everton crunch clash v Brentford predicted by supercomputer

A supercomputer has predicted the crucial outcome of the crucial Premier League clash between Everton and Brentford this weekend. Manager of the Season nominee Thomas Frank and his Bees squad make the trip to Merseyside for Sunday [May 15] Goodison Park showdown afternoon. Seven points in their last three games …

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Supercomputer predicts tense end to Premier League top four battle between Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea and delivers verdict on title race between Liverpool and Manchester City

The visitors knew victory at home to their rivals would seal a return to Champions League football, but they capitulated and slipped to a 3-0 defeat, along with the sending off of Rob Holding, to leave Spurs just a point behind. Harry Kane opened the scoring from the penalty spot …

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2022 Supercomputer Market Size Analysis by 2029

This study is one of the most detailed and accurate, focusing only on the global supercomputing market. It throws light on significant factors affecting the growth of the global supercomputing market on multiple fronts. Market players can use this report to gain a correct understanding of the competitive environment and …

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The supercomputer predicts a tense end to the Premier League relegation battle after decisive results involving Leeds United, Arsenal, Everton, Leicester City, Burnley and Aston Villa

Marsch was deeply disappointed by his captain of the day Luke Ayling, whose red card was the weak point of a dreadful first half, but he refused to criticize any of his players, arguing that “if we start to blame game, we’re screwed.” Leeds were spectacularly appalling early in the …

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The supercomputer predicts a very close battle in the Premier League top four between Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea and advises on the winner of the title race between Liverpool and Manchester City

The England international, who spent the 2019-20 season on loan at Elland Road, missed out on the 2-1 victory at West Ham with a tight hamstring. He is the only doubt about the fitness of Mikel Arteta’s side, who remain favorites to finish in the top four at the end …

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Supercomputer Industry Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2030 | Dell Inc, FUJITSU Corporation, IBM Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

supercomputer industry Market is expected to grow at a significant rate, reports JC Market Research. His latest research report, titled [Global Supercomputer Industry Market Insights, Forecast to 2030], offers a unique perspective on the global market. Analysts believe that changing consumption patterns are expected to have a big influence on the overall …

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Storing 25 exabytes in a 2-inch Kenzan diamond wafer – Blocks and Files

Japanese researcher Makoto Kasu of Saga University and a manufacturer of precision diamond jewelry have built a 2-inch diamond-coated wafer that they claim can store 25 exabytes of data using memory quantum. Binary data is stored in quantum overlays using nitrogen vacancies in the diamond material. Currently, the stored binary …

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Sleep Number hit by lockdowns in China

There’s a new reason to lose sleep over the flea shortage. Sleep Number’s mattress production capacity is plummeting as shutdowns in Shanghai further slow production of the semiconductors needed to make the company’s high-tech beds. Why is this important: Our need for chips goes far beyond phones and cars, making …

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Artificial intelligence research firm Anthropic raises $580 million in funding

Artificial Intelligence Research Society Anthropic Today announcement that he has raised $580 million in funding to support his work. The Series B round was led by Sam Bankman-Fried, founder and managing director of cryptocurrency exchange FTX Trading Ltd. Caroline Ellison, Jim McClave, Nishad Singh, Jaan Tallinn and the Center for …

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SDSC replaces lead-acid UPS batteries with alkaline devices • The Register

The San Diego Supercomputer Center in the United States is ditching its lead-acid uninterruptible power supply (UPS) batteries for more environmentally friendly rechargeable batteries – although it is avoiding lithium-ion and opting for a new form of rechargeable alkaline. Currently, the SDSC relies on a generator and an inverter to …

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Why did Francis really end the summit with the Russian Orthodox leader?

ROME — From the first moments after his election, Pope Francis has challenged conventional Vatican wisdom more times than even NASA supercomputers could calculate, from choosing not to live in the papal apartments to the titles he used. In all fairness, the unofficial anthem of this papacy should probably be …

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University at Buffalo-led team receives $10 million grant for advanced cyberinfrastructure research

The National Science Foundation-funded project includes Roswell Park and other partners; it will help ensure U.S. leadership in science and engineering and drive innovation in the U.S. economy BUFFALO, NY — The University at Buffalo will lead a $10 million project to develop software that universities, industry and government agencies …

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RSC Group touts its ‘Tornado’ platform as Russia is cut off

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – soon to enter its second month – has triggered the most sweeping round of sanctions since the Cold War, with businesses from Disney to McDonald’s suspending operations in Russia. The IT sector was no exception, with virtually all of the heavy hitters ending sales in …

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Vintage Computer Festival East is this weekend

This weekend, InfoAge’s science and history museum in Wall, New Jersey will once again host the Vintage Computer Festival East – the must-attend annual event for anyone interested in if only for a moment to the weird and wonderful machines that paved the way for the supercomputers we all now …

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The University of Luxembourg and LuxProvide sign a framework agreement on the MeluXina supercomputer

April 15, 2022 — The University of Luxembourg and LuxProvide, operator of the Luxembourg supercomputer MeluXina, have signed a framework agreement for cooperation through participation in joint research and innovation projects, education and training programs, as well as as shared access to infrastructure and expertise. This collaboration, in line with …

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Arsenal and Tottenham’s Champions League battle decided in latest supercomputer prediction

A supercomputer has predicted that Tottenham will beat Arsenal in the top four this season, with Spurs just edging out the Gunners at the end of the campaign. It comes after a week that completely upset the balance of the Champions League qualification race. It was thought Arsenal were in …

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Supercomputer advice shocks 25-1 winner and how EVERY horse will end up TODAY

A 25-1 SHOCK underdog will win the Grand National and the top three favorites will struggle. That’s according to a supercomputer that crunched the numbers and predicted how each horse will end up in today’s big race. And it’s brilliant Irish coach Willie Mullins and “the craziest f*** on the …

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TACC contributes to understanding the dynamics of SARS-COV-2 spike proteins

For many people, COVID-19 has highlighted the role of science in fighting disease around the world. From the perspective of a young scientist, the thrill of discovering something no one has done before and producing answers that are badly needed in society is an experience unmatched. “Biomedical systems research can …

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Supercomputing as a Service Market Company Business Analysis, Industry Synopsis, Business Outlook 2022 to 2027 SGI, Dell, IBM, HuaWei, Fujitsu

“ The Supercomputing as a Service Market research report is a professional asset that provides dynamic and statistical insights into regional and global markets. It includes an in-depth study of the current scenario to safeguard market trends and prospects. Supercomputing as a Service research reports also keep track of future …

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Could quantum technology be New Mexico’s next economic boon? – Eurasia Review

New Mexico’s science, education, and economic development leaders have formed a coalition to create future quantum computing jobs in the state. Sandia National Laboratories, the University of New Mexico, and Los Alamos National Laboratory announced the new coalition at UNM at the Quantum New Mexico Symposium. “Quantum technology will change …

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Supercomputer predicts where Everton will end their Premier League relegation battle

Frank Lampard’s side ended a four-game losing streak in the most dramatic fashion against Newscatle United before the international break. Everton have been backed by data experts FiveThirtyEight to avoid relegation and maintain their status as the oldest top team in English football. The company uses complex statistical analysis to …

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How VAST Data could make the vision of Thinking Machines – Blocks and Files a reality

Comments from VAST Data co-founders CEO Renen Hallak and CMO Jeff Denworth suggest the company will develop data infrastructure software that can help realize the vision of Thinking Machines, a long-defunct supercomputing team. . It’s far from simply storing bits of data in the clever way that VAST Universal Storage …

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Supercomputer predicts when Newcastle United will secure Premier League ahead of Leeds United and Everton

Eddie Howe’s side sit 14th in the Premier League table, nine points clear of the relegation zone with nine games remaining. In fact, data pundits believe Newcastle will provide security with games to spare and finish the campaign 14th with 40 points. Register to our daily newsletter The newsletter mute …

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Missing building block for quantum optimization

image: The Innsbruck Quantum Optimization Team: Kilian Ender, Clemens Dlaska, Wolfgang Lechner, Rick van Bijnen, Andreas Kruckenhauser, Glen Bigan Mbeng (left to right) to see Continued Credit: Uni Innsbruck The development of quantum computers continues all over the world and there are various concepts on how computing using the properties …

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Singapore Supercomputing Projects Get Access to Fugaku

AsianScientist (March 23, 2022) – From April 2022, five Singaporean research teams could access high-performance computing (HPC) resources from Japan’s Fugaku system, the world’s most powerful supercomputer. The resources were made available through a partnership between the National Supercomputing Center (NSCC) in Singapore and the Japan Research Organization for Information …

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Met Éireann will use supercomputers to better understand the Atlantic weather system

Met Éireann and the Irish Center for High-End Computing based at NUI Galway are to study how to improve understanding of the North Atlantic ocean-atmosphere system, which has a major impact on the Earth’s climate – and on Ireland . The system is a complex interaction between the ocean and …

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NCSA Accepting Grant Requests for Upcoming Delta System Launch

March 18, 2022 — NCSA continues its contribution to supercomputing innovation with the upcoming launch of Delta, a computing and data resource that balances advanced graphics processing units (GPUs) and CPU architectures shaping the future of advanced research computing. With 848 GPUs, Delta will be the highest performing GPU resource …

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How realistic is Graphcore’s 2024 timeline for ultra-smart supercomputers

British AI chip designer Graphcore is building an ultra-intelligent AI computer slated for release in 2024. The company says the AI ​​computer will surpass the parametric capability of the brain. Graphcore dubbed the ultra-intelligent computer AI Good after computing pioneer Jack Good. The company is developing next-generation IPU technology to …

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Supercomputer predicts Coventry City promotion hopes after declaration win

Following such a massive win at the weekend, Coventry City’s hopes of qualifying for the Championship play-offs have understandably increased. To win 4-1 at home on any day is great, but to do it against a promotion rival like Sheffield United, who have been in such great form in recent …

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Supercomputer recalculates Rangers’ Europa League chances after Dortmund exploits challenge data

The Last 16 is not over yet and Giovanni van Bronckhorst has poured cold water on the idea of ​​Red Star being down in the Europa League. But as fans rolled out of Ibrox with chants of Seville echoing through the Govan district, it had the aura of something special …

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A complete list of Indian PARAM supercomputers

Supercomputing in India started in 1980 when the Indian government set up an indigenous development program as there were several problems in procuring supercomputers from abroad. National Aerospace Laboratories initiated the “Flosolver MK1” project, a parallel processing system operating in December 1986. Following this, several projects were commissioned from different …

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Penn State Supercomputing tackles jazz improvisation

Love it or hate it, improvisation – while it may seem random – is often more focused and structured than it seems. And, as unlikely as it may seem, supercomputing is also at play here: A team of researchers led by Penn State applied the university’s Roar supercomputer to map …

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Newly created 3D atomic imagery of SARS-CoV-2 shows how the virus uses the spike protein to fuse and infect human cells

Newswise – LOS ALAMOS, New Mexico, March 7, 2022 – New computer models and simulations from Los Alamos National Laboratory show researchers how the virus that causes COVID-19 manages to use its spike protein to fuse and infect human cells. Presented at the March meeting of the American Physical Society, …

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The Premier League’s best XI outside the big six named by a supercomputer

Data experts have analyzed which Premier League stars – not playing for a big six club – have been better than their counterparts, with Wolves, West Ham and Crystal Palace all well represented. Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Premier League Golden Boot: …

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March Agenda and Upcoming In-Person Events

ST PAUL, Minn., March 2, 2022—Hyperion Research, the leading industry analyst and market intelligence company for high-performance computing (HPC), AI, cloud, quantum, and related emerging markets , today announced that registration is open for the March 2022 HPC User Forum Virtual Meeting. The HPC User Forum was established in 1999 …

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Super Computer Market by 2029

the supercomputer market The research report is a competent and top-down research by specialists on the current state of the industry. This statistical survey report provides the latest industry insights and future industry patterns, allowing you to single out items and end customers driving development and revenue benefits. The report …

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Global Supercomputer Market Customer Research, Mega Trends, Growth Analysis by 2027 – Company Ethos

the Global supercomputer market by MarketQuest.biz provides the latest market trends along with industry growth forecasts from 2021 to 2027. The report includes company profiles and simple comparison of major industry players along with market overview , product lines, industry market share, and comparisons, regional influence and economic division, corporate …

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This Monster Metaverse Stock With Analysts Predicted 48% Rise Is A Screaming Buy

Nvidia (NVDA 1.72% ) investors have had an unforgettable year so far. Shares of the tech giant have fallen significantly in 2022 for several reasons. From the Federal Reserve’s hawkish stance to Nvidia’s abandoned Arm acquisition and the market rejecting Nvidia’s latest quarterly results, a lot has happened that has …

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Scientists control Venus Flytrap with an implanted computer brain

Yes, there is video. stop broken It’s “Little Shop of Horrors” meets “Terminator.” A team of scientists has managed to take control of a Venus Flytrap, a type of cultivated carnivorous plant, by implanting a tiny microchip into it. This “artificial neutron” was able to force the plants to open …

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Ten supercomputers installed as part of the National Supercomputing Mission, five more to come soon

With the installation of ‘Param Pravega’ – allegedly one of the most powerful supercomputers in the country – at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bengaluru earlier this month, India has now installed at least three supercomputers in scientific institutions across the country over the past three months as …

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The nation based on artificial intelligence – The New Indian Express

One of the most interesting pieces of public policy in India these days is where AI is used as a multiplier and what impact it generates. There is no doubt that artificial intelligence will soon transform the very nature of societal interaction, including the relationship between citizen and state. The …

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Astronomers use a distributed supercomputer to reconstruct an ancient dwarf galaxy

Using the 1.5 PetaFLOPS [email protected] distributed supercomputer, astronomers have calculated the original mass and size of a dwarf galaxy that was shredded in a collision with our own galaxy, the Milky Way, several billion years ago. Artist’s impression of a dwarf galaxy. Image credit: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. A few dozen …

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Motivair cooling technology helps AWE’s Vulcan accelerate research

February 17, 2022 – AWE’s latest supercomputer, Vulcan, went live in late 2021. It includes Motivair’s ChilledDoors and will help expand the organization’s research and simulation capabilities. Vulcan is a Shasta River system from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE). According to AWE, it “features 5,000 32-core, 2.9 GHz second-generation AMD EPYC …

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Summit, Sunway, ThetaGPU and more

In this regular feature, HPCwire highlights recently published research in the high performance computing community and related fields. From parallel programming to exascale to quantum computing, the details are here. Proteome-scale deployment of protein structure prediction workflows on the Summit supercomputer Illustration of the Summit AlphaFold workflow for asynchronously processing …

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Param Pravega VS all other supercomputers

The Indian Institute of Science, Karnataka, claimed to have launched India’s most powerful supercomputer, Param Pravega. As of 2020, India has two supercomputers, PARAM Siddhi-AI and Mihir, which are listed in the Top 500 Global Supercomputers, ranking 63rd and 146th respectively. Param Pravega, with his claims, could possibly beat these …

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Supercomputer predicts how PL top four race will end – West Ham 10% chance – Spurs Web

Catherine Ivill – AMA/Getty Images Data analytics firm FiveThirtyEight has claimed that Arsenal are currently favorites to finish fourth ahead of Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and West Ham. Tottenham’s 3-2 loss at home to Southampton was a blow to the club’s hopes of qualifying for the Champions League. However, Spurs …

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Is NVIDIA no longer acquiring Arm Bon for consumers?

The $40 billion purchase of NVIDIA-Arm was supposed to be the tech deal of the century. However, since February 7, 2022, he has died in the water. Anti-competitive concerns and regulatory pressure effectively killed it. But is it really for the best? Or was this decision at the request of …

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Big Data Imagery Shows Rock’s Important Role in Channeling Japan’s Earthquakes

AUSTIN, Texas — Using 20 years of seismic data processed by one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, scientists have created the first full 3D visualization of a mountain-sized rock called Kumano Pluto buried in miles below the coast of southern Japan. They can now see that the rock could …

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