Supercomputers

PRACE brings supercomputing capabilities to scientific communities in Europe

Although not the technological supercenters of America and several Asian countries, two of the top five supercomputers in the world are in European countries. The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, or PRACE, is a non-profit organization largely responsible for this, bringing together experts from across Europe to provide resources …

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Supercomputer predicts where Leeds United, Everton, Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa, West Ham, Southampton and Wolves will end up in Premier League relegation battle

Leeds United Data pundits have tipped Leeds United, West Ham and Everton for Premier League survival, with all three clubs currently dangerously close to relegation spots. 12 hours ago Updated November 16, 2022, 9:23 p.m. The Whites lost 4-3 at Tottenham Hotspur in their last game before the World Cup …

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TACC’s Lonestar6 supercomputer gets GPU and Server Boost

DALLAS, November 14, 2022 – The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) today announced at SC22 in Dallas that the Lonestar6 supercomputer, which entered full production in January 2022, has just received a boost of new servers and GPUs from Dell Technologies and NVIDIA. This system for Texas researchers allows them …

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How they could drastically increase energy efficiency

Traditionally, “quantum supremacy” is sought from the point of view of raw computing power: we want to calculate (much) faster. But the question of its energy consumption could now also justify research, current supercomputers sometimes consuming as much electricity as a small town (which could also limit the increase in …

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The host city’s internet-based economy is growing rapidly

An aerial view of Wuzhen, the permanent site of the World Internet Conference. [Photo/Xinhua] As the permanent site of the World Internet Conference, Wuzhen is a city famous not only for its millennial history, but also for its modernity fueled by the digital economy and improved access to the Internet …

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Supercomputer reveals the odds of Derby County being promoted this season – do you agree? – World Football League

Derby County have had a very difficult time in recent years, both on and off the pitch. Fortunately, however, with the club having been taken over in the summer, the Rams were able to put that behind them as they embarked on their Ligue 1 campaign after being relegated from …

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Supercomputer reveals the likelihood of Millwall being promoted this season – do you agree? Use Promoted Tab Probability

Millwall look to be in the Sky Bet Championship play-off mix again this season, and Lions fans will be hoping this is one where they finish in the top six and have a good shot at winning promotion. to the Premier League. While many teams at the forefront have descended …

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Finland opens up quantum computing for research purposes – merging quantum computing and supercomputing enables completely new science

VTT’s HELMI (“Pearl”) quantum computer was connected to the pan-European supercomputer LUMI (“Snow”), hosted by CSC – IT Center for Science. The connection to the most powerful classical supercomputer in Europe makes the best use of the computing power of the quantum computer. This is the first time in Europe …

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PHHP Appoints Mattia Prosperi Associate Dean for AI and Innovation

The University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions has appointed Mattia Prosperi, Ph.D., to a new leadership role within the college, Associate Dean for Artificial Intelligence and Innovation . Prosperi is a professor in the department of epidemiology and director of the Data Intelligence Systems Lab. His …

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Tachyum unveils flattened networking for Prodigy Exascale supercomputers

LAS VEGAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Tachyum™ today unveiled a high-performance, low-latency, low-cost, low-power, highly scalable exascale flattened networking solution that provides a superior alternative to the InfiniBand communication standard more expensive, proprietary and with limited scalability. Ethernet has a long history of providing networking solutions that have constantly evolved to meet customer needs …

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SDSU is part of a joint $6.7 million National Science Foundation grant for cyberinfrastructure | Information Center

The grant funds staffing and training, expands the network of shared computing resources available to support SDSU’s growing research activity. The National Science Foundation (NSF) has jointly awarded the University of California, San Diego, San Diego State University, and California State University, San Bernardino a $6.7 million grant over …

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Supercomputer predicts Premier League final table after Arsenal open four-point lead at top ▷ SportsBrief.com

Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City have been backed to win the Premier League this season ahead of Arsenal This despite the Gunners having a dream start to the campaign which saw them open a four-point gap on second-placed City. Liverpool and Chelsea have both been tipped to complete the top four …

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Oregon State plans $200 million supercomputer center backed by $50 million from Nvidia CEO

Oregon State University plans to build a major supercomputing research center in Corvallis, a $200 million project backed by a $50 million gift from the CEO of semiconductor giant Nvidia. “Oregon State researchers are going to experience computing as if it were a time machine,” said Jensen Huang, co-founder and …

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Decoding Signals From Space – Asian Scientist Magazine

Asian Scientist Magazine (October 10, 2022) — From the Princess Leia hologram in the internationally acclaimed Star Wars franchise to Bubs the robot in the popular Korean film Space Sweepers, what space-themed sci-fi story would be complete without a matrix of futuristic technology? Aboard Starfleet starships, an arsenal of computers …

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2022 Japan Supercomputing Contest Winners Announced

October 7, 2022 – Tokyo Tech’s Global Scientific Information and Computing Center (GSIC), Osaka University’s Cybermedia Center (CMC), and RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS) hosted the 2022 Supercomputing Competition (SuperCon2022) for high school and technical college students from August 22-26, 2022. This year’s competition was the twenty-eighth of its …

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The former co-owner of the Russian company Baikal Microelectronics goes bankrupt

T-Platforms, a Russian company that once planned to build an exascale supercomputer and local processors, was declared bankrupt this week because the cost of the company’s assets fell short of its obligations. T-Platforms was one of the few Russian companies that could build world-class high-performance supercomputers. The main reasons for …

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The Pacific Ocean will make way for the next global supercontinent on the planet

According to a new study from Curtin University, Earth’s next supercontinent: Amasia, will form when the Pacific Ocean closes in 200 to 300 million years. Scientists used a supercomputer to simulate the formation of supercontinents. They discovered that since the Earth has been cooling for billions of years, the plates …

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How the US nuclear test moratorium started a supercomputing revolution

Thirty years ago, on September 23, 1992, the United States conducted its 1,054th nuclear weapons test. When this test, named Divider, exploded in the morning underground in the Nevada desert, no one knew it would be the last American test for at least the next three decades. But by 1992, …

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DOD’s largest telescope atop Haleakalā in Maui receives mirror coating, preserves space domain awareness

VIDEO | 06:45 | The Advanced Electro-Optical System (AEOS) telescope receives a new coating. (Courtesy photo/Boeing) By Jeanne Dailey, Air Force Research Laboratory Public Affairs The 3.6 meter, 75 ton Advanced Electro-Optical System, or AEOS. The telescope, pictured with the Mirror Cover Team, is the Department of Defense’s largest optical …

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New supercomputer for climate research inaugurated in Hamburg

A new supercomputer called Levante has been inaugurated at the German Climate Computing Center. It is said to allow incredibly detailed climate simulations and enables 14 quadrillion mathematical operations per second (14 petaflops). Levante: a supercomputer goes into service in Hamburg On September 22, 2022, the new Levante supercomputer began …

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Quantum computing is a revolution – GuruFocus.com

Quantum Computing Inc. (QUBT, Financial) stands out as an excellent potential investment in the disruptive but nascent quantum computing industry. Solve complex problems According to TechTarget, quantum computing theory explains the nature and behavior of energy and matter at the atomic and subatomic levels. Current computing is based on algebraic …

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UH President Named to NSF Advisory Board for Cyberinfrastructure

University of Hawaii President David Lasner was appointed to the National Science Foundation (NSF) Cyberinfrastructure Advisory Committee. David Lasner The NSF Cyberinfrastructure Advisory Committee (ACCI) advises NSF on the agency’s plans and strategies for developing and supporting state-of-the-art cyberinfrastructure that enables advances in all areas of science and engineering. Lassner …

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Scientists are accelerating the search for a key ingredient in next-generation lithium batteries

“The team can identify specific features or molecules that might work better and recommend them to experimental groups to test in the lab,” Osborne said. “We are able to calculate how changing the chemical structure of electrolyte molecules in a battery can ultimately increase the effective capacity of lithium batteries.” …

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Prevent today’s encrypted data from becoming tomorrow’s treasure

You may think that encrypting data with today’s technology will provide robust protection. Even in the event of a data breach, you can assume that the information is secure. But if your organization works with “long-tail” data — meaning its value lasts for years — you’re wrong. Fast forward five …

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Revealed: FiveThirtyEight ‘supercomputer’ predictions for Carlisle United this season

Carlisle United will have to defy the stats pundits if they are to have a memorable season in League Two. The Blues are expected to finish in a modest 19th position by the top scoring players. This is their placement predicted by the calculations of the “supercomputer” of statistical analysts …

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Is overeating to blame for the bulges in the Milky Way bar? –ScienceDaily

A new simulation run on the world’s most powerful supercomputer dedicated to astronomy has produced a testable scenario to explain the appearance of the bar of the Milky Way. Comparing this scenario with data from current and future space telescopes will help clarify the evolution of our home galaxy. Astronomy …

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Ian Foster will host ACM-IEEE CS Ken Kennedy

image: ACM, the Association for Computing Machinery and the IEEE Computer Society have named Ian Foster, a professor at the University of Chicago and division director at Argonne National Laboratory, the recipient of the 2022 ACM-IEEE CS Ken Kennedy Award. see After Credit: Association for Computing Machines The ACM, Association …

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Supercomputer predicts Premier League final draw

The Premier League have already released a number of shocking results in the first weeks of the season. Aston Villa have become just the second team so far this season to take points from current Premier League champions Manchester City, holding them to a 1-1 draw at Villa Park on …

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India sees growing interest in quantum computing: IBM

“Quantum computers could open the door to new scientific discoveries, life-saving medicines, and improvements in supply chains, logistics, and financial data modeling” “Quantum computers could open the door to new scientific discoveries, life-saving medicines, and improvements in supply chains, logistics, and financial data modeling” India is witnessing a growing interest …

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Using exascale supercomputers to make clean fusion energy possible

Fusion, the nuclear reaction that powers the Sun and stars, has incredible potential as a safe, carbon-free and essentially limitless source of energy. But making it a practical and economic reality has tormented scientists since the 1950s. Today, fusion researchers are gearing up to harness the power of exascale computing …

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Vintage SLAC accelerator software extends its

Pioneering software called ACE3P was developed almost a quarter of a century ago to refine the design of particle accelerators and their components. Today, its latest incarnation is being adapted for scientific supercomputing and manufacturing design, thanks to partnerships between two companies and the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator …

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HPC high performance computing and its applications

High performance computing processes large amounts of data and performs complex calculations using supercomputers. A supercomputer has a much higher level of performance compared to regular computers. While normal computers can process billions of calculations per second, supercomputers can perform quadrillions of calculations per second. Supercomputers are very important in …

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The story behind this Bangalore-based quantum computing startup

Abhishek was pursuing areas of high performance computing during his PhD at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His job was to perform large-scale simulations. It was during this time that his college installed a supercomputer in the institute – the 24th largest supercomputer. He was naturally very excited. The excitement was short-lived …

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Metroid Prime 4 Could Be Improved With ADAM Supercomputer As A Storytelling Device

With the success of Metroid Dread, Samus’ ADAM supercomputer played a crucial role in the game’s storytelling. How might the inclusion of ADAM impact Metroid Prime 4? fans of the Metroid Prime were thrilled when in 2017 Nintendo announced that Metroid Prime 4 was in development for the Nintendo Switch. …

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Which country has the fastest supercomputer in the world?

According to the Top500 ranking, it is the United States with its Frontier supercomputer. However, some experts have doubts. Continue reading! In May 2022, the Top500 ranking released its list of the fastest (and most efficient) supercomputers in the world today. While China boasted of having the majority, it was …

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CSC and LUMI supercomputer honored at Finnish regional celebration

August 18, 2022 – The Pro Kainuu Achievement Award is given for meritorious activity on behalf of the visibility and positive fame of the Kainuu region, Finland. The LUMI supercomputer, which has also won numerous international awards, has been credited with raising Kainuu’s profile as a high-tech center and pioneer …

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Supercomputer predicts Premier League final table

After the second round of matches, the data experts at FiveThirtyEight calculated the numbers to give each team’s probability of winning the league, finishing in the top four and being relegated. Pep Guardiola’s side have won four of the last five titles and data pundits predicted they would be crowned …

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La Défense unveils a supercomputer capacity – APDR

Acting Prime Minister and Defense Minister Richard Marles has officially launched an advanced supercomputing capability at the Defense Science and Technology Group site at the Edinburgh Defense Precinct in Edinburgh, South Australia. The first of its kind in Australia, the state-of-the-art high-performance computing capability is up to a million times …

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La Liga 2022-23 season prediction

Who will win the La Liga title in 2022-23? Which clubs will qualify for the Champions League and which will give up to survive next summer? We can speculate, but our trusty supercomputer has gone further and analyzed the data for you. Here’s what he spat out. La Liga season …

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The supercomputer predicts where Castleford Tigers, Huddersfield Giants, Hull FC, Hull KR, Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity will finish in the Super League table

St Helens and Wigan Warriors are battling for the League Leaders’ Shield, while Huddersfield Giants and Catalans Dragons are still in the hunt for a top two finish. Apart from the top four, Castleford Tigers, Leeds Rhinos, Salford Red Devils, Hull FC and Hull KR are engaged in a fascinating …

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Google’s ‘quantum supremacy’ usurped by researchers using ordinary supercomputer – TechCrunch

In 2019, Google proudly announced that it had achieved what quantum computing researchers had been looking for for years: proof that esoteric technique could outperform traditional techniques. But this demonstration of “quantum supremacy” is disputed by researchers claiming to have beaten Google to a relatively normal supercomputer. To be clear, …

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Cutting-edge technology helps effective forecasting: IMD

IMD Forecasts Extremely Heavy Rains Over Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand Until July 30 | PTI The Indian Metrological Department (IMD) has managed to forecast better forecasts over the past couple of years. Using advanced technology and supercomputers that help the agency record and understand weather maps more efficiently for forecasts and …

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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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