Supercomputers

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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Too Many Disk Galaxies Than Theory Allows – Eurasia Review

The Standard Model of Cosmology describes how the universe came to be in the opinion of most physicists. Researchers from the University of Bonn have now studied the evolution of galaxies within this model, finding considerable discrepancies with actual observations. The University of St. Andrews in Scotland and Charles University …

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Using supercomputers to understand biomolecular properties

The use of futuristic computers to analyze the biomolecular structures responsible for disease and quickly design a perfect cure is commonplace in science fiction. The overall idea is both hopeful and well reasoned. But determining the motion and functions of biomolecular particles is no easy task, even with today’s most …

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The supercomputer predicts where rivals Sunderland, Charlton, Portsmouth, Wigan, Sheffield Wednesday and League One will end up after a busy transfer window in January

Ross Stewart and Alex Pritchard. The Black Cats slipped to third in the table after Saturday’s embarrassing 6-0 defeat at Bolton – which led to the departure of Lee Johnson. Tempers were raised on Monday night, however, as it became clear that Jermain Defoe would re-sign for the club. Defoe …

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A new supercomputer to herald the next generation of discoveries

One of Australia’s most powerful supercomputers is getting a major upgrade, with Swinburne University of Technology designing and installing a new space-focused machine with the backing of $5 funding $.2 million from the Victorian Government’s Higher Education State Investment Fund. The new facility will be the largest-scale supercomputer readily available …

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Supercomputer as a Services Market 2022 Size and Analysis by 2029

New Jersey, USA, -Market Research Intelligence has been analyzing supercomputing-as-a-service technology and markets since 2021. Since then, through the company’s research analytics, we have been very close to research and of the most recent market developments. Additionally, Research Intelligence works closely with many buyers to help them better understand the …

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More than 100,000 new viruses – including nine new coronaviruses – discovered by a supercomputer

A “ridiculously powerful” supercomputer has identified more than 100,000 new RNA viruses – including nine never-before-seen coronaviruses – by sifting through large amounts of biological samples. As reported in the review Naturean international team of researchers used the supercomputer to sift through 20 million gigabytes of genetic sequence data from …

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Supercomputing exposes potential pathways to inhibit COVID-19

A team led by ORNL studied the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in a trimeric state, shown here, to identify structural transitions that could be disrupted to destabilize the protein and reverse its harmful effects. Credit: Debsindhu Bhowmik/ORNL, US Department of Energy To explore the inner workings of severe acute respiratory syndrome …

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Meta is building the fastest supercomputer in the world (to plug us into the Metaverse)

For now Facebook rebranded itself as Meta, the online space exploded with some pretty polarized opinions on the issue. The plan behind this move isn’t crystal clear at this time, but it looks like Facebook wants to create a virtual 3D version of the internet (capital letter needed). Today, Facebook …

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Indian skier Arif Khan ready for a date with fate in Beijing

Bengaluru- When India’s Arif Khan steps into Beijing’s National Stadium for the opening ceremony of next month’s Winter Olympics, it will mark the culmination of a journey spanning more than a decade. Khan, who qualified in the slalom and giant slalom, is India’s sole representative at the Games, and his …

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Supercomputer predicts worrying outlook for future Manchester United transfer plans

Manchester United will miss both the Champions League and the Europa League as they would have to settle for the UEFA Europa Conference League, a supercomputer has predicted. United’s pre-season hopes of challenging for the Premier League title have been dashed after a two-month slump saw them drift away from …

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Chinese GPU makers expected to have 7nm, 5nm GPUs on shelves in 2022

AMD has had fun filling the world’s computers, consoles, servers and supercomputers with its various 7nm CPU and GPU designs courtesy of TSMC, while NVIDIA is limping along with Samsung 8nm…but the floodgates 5nm open later this year. But it looks like we can expect Chinese GPU makers to have …

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Perth start-up Tape Ark plays a part in Microsoft’s ambitious cloud project

“People pay to store these tapes on air-conditioned shelves, and it’s not even accessible. We solve the problem of putting this content online,” he said. Data tapes have been around since the 1960s. They owe their popularity to the fact that other mass storage options were first limited and then …

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New Algorithm Overcomes Obstacle in Fusion Energy Simulation

The era of exascale has brought with it a slew of fusion energy simulation projects, aimed at stabilizing the notoriously tricky – and so far unmastered – clean energy source that would transform the world virtually du jour. on the next day. Supercomputers and deep learning have shown promise in …

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High Computing as a Service Market Analysis 2022-2030, Top Key Company Profiles – IBM, Fujitsu, HP, Dell, Dawning Information Industry

The Supercomputing as a Service market report is a perfect basis for people seeking a comprehensive study and analysis on the Supercomputing as a Service market. This report contains diverse study and information that will help you understand your niche and key market channel concentration in the regional and global …

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Consequences for the climate and the environment in the future

Cryptocurrency mining can emit drastic carbon dioxide to affect climate and environment Even though there is a huge demand for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum and many more from crypto investors, one can think about the potential consequences for the climate and the environment in the near future. There are climate …

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Nintendo to skip ‘Switch Pro’ for Next-Gen console in 2024, analyst says

Nintendo should unveil its next-generation console in 2024, and not a “Switch Pro” model whose release is announced this year. Ampère Analysis’s senior game industry analyst Piers Harding-Rolls made his prediction in a Games Industry.Biz article, saying he didn’t even expect Nintendo to release the alleged “Switch Pro” console. Will …

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New AI Could Uncover Hidden Physical Laws

New artificial intelligence (AI) technology that could uncover hidden physical laws has been developed by researchers at Kobe University and Osaka University. AI can extract hidden equations of motion from regular observational data, which are then used to create a model based on the laws of physics. The new development …

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OSC improves data storage and backup capacity

Columbus, Ohio, January 5, 2022 – The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) recently upgraded two services to allow customers to store more data at a faster rate and to strengthen data backup. The OSC Columbus data center tape library is currently capable of storing up to 23.5 petabytes (PB) with room …

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Supercomputer market size to register substantial CAGR over 2021-2026

The recent Supercomputer market report predicts the performance of the industry for the coming years to help stakeholders make the right decisions that can potentially lead to high returns. Further, the document provides a comprehensive analysis of key industry trends as well as opportunities that will ensure an upward growth …

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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United v Wolves as Ralf Rangnick gains momentum

The Premier League’s supercomputer predicted Manchester United would beat Wolves by a wide margin. Ralf Rangnick’s side started to show their qualities against Burnley after a series of below-par performances in the win over Norwich and a draw with Newcastle. It was the first time the German team had scored …

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New Thai Supercomputer Contains 704 NVIDIA A100 GPU Units For SEA’s Record To Date

Thailand’s last supercomputer will be one of the most powerful in the SEA region thanks to 704 superior chip units from NVIDIA. As the new king of high-performance computing in the Southeast Asia region, the nationally owned hardware leverages NVIDIA’s A100 Tensor Core GPUs and is capable of running 30 …

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Kyoto University of Japan lost 77TB of important data due to Hewlett Packard Japan supercomputer- Gizchina.com

Kyoto University of Japan yesterday issued a statement saying that from December 14-16, their supercomputer’s backup system accidentally deleted a large amount of data. And it seems that they lost data because of the computer made by Hewlett Packard Japan (HP). The university lost approximately 34 million files. Also Read: …

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In 2022, security will be the number one job of Linux and open source developers

Linux is everywhere. This is what all clouds, even Microsoft Azure, run. This is what makes the Top 500 supercomputers run. Heck, even the Linux desktop is growing if you can believe Pornhub, who claims Linux users are up 28%, while Windows users are down. 3%. Open source software is …

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This supercomputer can also use light instead of electric current

The French supercomputer Jean Zay, one of the most powerful computers in the world and part of the Top500, is now the first HPC to have a photonic coprocessor, which means it transmits and processes information using light. The development represents a first for the industry. The breakthrough was made …

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A look at Argonne’s biggest breakthroughs in 2021

Newswise – From clean energy to the study of the brain, Argonne has continued its long history of crucial discoveries. 2021 has been a big year for discoveries at the US Department of Energy (DOE) National Laboratory of Argonne. From improving solar cells and brain imaging to fighting COVID-19 and …

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Cerebras CS-2 helps fight SARS-CoV-2

Decoding the replication mechanisms of the SARS-CoV-2 virus has been a key research quest as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. For the world of scientific computing, creating precise models of how the virus replicates so effectively has been a business at every level. One company contributing to the fight with artificial …

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FORESEE Launches Commercial DDR5 to Reinforce Big Data Era | News

Shenzhen, china, 20 December 2021 / PRNewswire / – Since 2020, data centers have seen additional development opportunities with new infrastructure. For this reason, DDRs have been developed to become faster and more efficient. At July 14, 2020, JEDEC released the DDR5 SDRAM standard, marking the industry-wide transition to dual …

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Supercomputer predicts 2021-22 Premier League final table with Man Utd falling into top four and Arsenal falling apart

BOFFIN Premier League supercomputer predicts Manchester United will make the top four this season. But fierce rivals Manchester City will end up Premier League champions for the second year in a row. According to bettingexpert.com, City are 1/2 favorites to win the title after demolishing Leeds 7-0 last night. And …

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HealthWatch: Folding @ Home – Citizen Scientists Join Fight Against COVID-19 | WFRV Local 5

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Volunteers from all over the world come together to create one of the world’s largest supercomputers. The one that could contain the answers to Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, macular degeneration, Ebola virus and even COVID-19. Citizen scientists, computer geeks, school children, gamers and professional athletes …

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Oak Ridge National Laboratory Supercomputers

image: The asymmetric nucleus of the catalyst molecule (colored atoms in the center) and a molecule placed on the catalyst (gray). see Following Credit: Dmytro Bykov, ORNL In October, a scientist whose research was supported by modeling and simulation efforts on supercomputers at the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak …

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Satellite data helps uncover exploding meteors

Fireballs, or fireballs, are intense trails of light emitted by meteorites or asteroids that crash into Earth’s atmosphere. These high-altitude objects typically explode – with energies that can exceed a 5 kilotons of TNT explosion, greater than some nuclear bombs – and disintegrate into a shower of small meteorites. Each …

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Celtic, Rangers on Champions League alert as supercomputer calculates odds of nightmare scenario

With European football on hiatus until February, thoughts return to the Scottish Premiership. It’s a huge title race this season, with the winner almost assured of an automatic Champions League berth next season. This provided a massive incentive for Celtic and Rangers, although there is a scenario where they could …

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Towards the realization of magnetic megatesla

image: Illustration of a microtube implosion. Due to the hot electrons produced by the laser with energies of megaelectron volts, the cold ions from the surface of the inner wall implode towards the central axis. By pre-seeding uniform magnetic fields of the order of kilotesla, the Lorentz force induces a …

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Supercomputer predicts where Sunderland, Rotherham and Sheffield Wednesday will end up in League One promotion battle

The Black Cats are currently fifth in League One ahead of a busy Christmas season following a draw with Oxford United at the Stadium of Light on Saturday. Sunderland are two points away from the promotion spots, with Rotherham United and Wigan Athletic currently occupying the top two spots. But …

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Supercomputer predicts where Southend United will end this season!

A SUPERCOMPUTER has predicted the remainder of the National League season and is backing Southend United to avoid relegation. At the top of the table, Chesterfield is set to win the title, leaving high-spenders Wrexham and Stockport to fight in the playoffs, according to the bettingexpert supercomputer. Notts County, Boreham …

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Supercomputer says Manchester United won’t qualify for Champions League

A Premier League supercomputer has predicted Manchester United will not qualify for the Champions League next season. Instead, he indicates that David Moyes’ West Ham will earn a top-four spot by three points, United in fifth. However, these FiveThirtyEight supercomputer predictions come before interim boss Ralf Rangnick takes over United …

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San Diego Supercomputer Center Expanse Provides Glimpse Of Extended Solar Corona

This animation shows a special visualization of the three-dimensional (3D) magnetic field. By drawing magnetic field lines at extremely high resolution, astrophysicists can calculate a 3D map of the crushing factor – a scientific measurement designed to indicate the presence of complex patterning in the magnetic field. They then embed …

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