Supercomputers

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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Inside Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1: Android’s Next Supercomputer

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is Qualcomm’s first chip in a new naming scheme and is expected to power Samsung’s US Galaxy S22 and OnePlus 10 series of phones. “With breakthrough 5G speeds, pro-grade cameras, personal assistants smart and top-notch gaming platforms, the new class of experiences that Snapdragon 8 …

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Lefdal mine data center to host HPC for Daimler

7m | Melanie Mingas The Lefdal mine data center will house Daimler’s high performance computing (HPC) workloads, which the auto giant uses to design vehicles and automated driving technologies. Known as one of the greenest data centers in Europe, Lefdal Mine Datacenter is located in MÃ¥løy, Norway, and is owned …

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Up 150% this year, is Nvidia Stock a smart buy now?

SThe supply chain disruptions triggered by the pandemic have created problems in many industries. For example, automakers and consumer electronics companies are currently grappling with chip shortages, and those headwinds could last until next year. Of course, this particular problem has actually been a tailwind for chipmakers like Nvidia (NASDAQ: …

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Rent that $ 11,000 supercomputer for just $ 0.39 / hour, but there’s a catch

No, you won’t be able to play Crysis on this but for those who need a little more oomph for their Web hosting projects, there are dedicated servers and this Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday, Ionos offers $ 100 credit on any server setup for the first month, making it …

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Will Nepo’s supercomputer give him an edge over Carlsen for the world title? | Chess

IIt would count as one of the most seismic shocks in modern chess history if Magnus Carlsen were to lose his world title in the next three weeks here in Dubai. Yet when his Russian opponent Ian Nepomniachtchi plays the first move of their 14-game match on Friday, he will …

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Supercomputer predicts Premier League table with Chelsea title shock as Arsenal take on Tottenham

The 2021/22 season is about to reach its busiest time of all as the festive break brings more football and even more Premier League action. So far there have been 12 league games played, with Chelsea currently leading the table with 29 out of 36 possible points. Arsenal sit in …

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New Frontier: The Dawn of the Computer Age Exascale

Portrait of Jaya Jagadish By Jaya Jagadish In recent years, we have seen a rapid increase in the adoption of technologies such as AI, ML, cloud computing, and data science. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the large-scale adoption of virtual business models by companies, the expansion, maturation and adoption of cloud …

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Announcing the winners of the SC21 Student Clusters competition

SC21 may have been the first major supercomputing conference to return to in-person activities, but not all came back to the menu live: the Student Cluster Competition – held virtually at ISC 2020, SC20 and ISC 2021 – was again held virtually at SC21. Nonetheless, Students @ SC President Jay …

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SuperCon 2021 – Online Supercomputing Contest For High School Students

Tokyo Tech, Osaka University, and the RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS) hosted the 2021 Supercomputing Competition (SuperCon) for high school and technical high school students from August 23-27, 2021. In the past, SuperCon involved teams of two to three students who competed in the preliminary round in June and …

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Supercomputer Center in San Diego and Fongible Set Record NVMe on TCP storage performance

SANTA CLARA, Calif., And SAN DIEGO, November 16, 2021 – Fungible Inc., a pioneer in data-centric computing, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), a leader and pioneer in high performance and data intensive use at the University of California, San Diego, today announced that it has broken the NVMe …

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Announcing the NAG® Fortran compiler with full support for Fortran 2008 and Fortran 2018 Coarray

OXFORD, United Kingdom, November 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) today announced at Supercomputing 2021 the imminent release of the world’s leading NAG® Fortran compiler. Version 7.1 of the NAG® Fortran compiler is unmatched, with full coverage of Fortran 2008, and significant support for Fortran …

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Identification of individual proteins using nanopores and supercomputers

Aleksei Aksimentiev, professor of physics at the University of Illinois, and graduate student Jingqian Liu, co-authors of the recent Protein Identification Study. (Credit: TACC) Lead author Henry Brinkerhoff, who started this work as a postdoctoral fellow in the lab of physicist Cees Dekker, likens the protein to a necklace with …

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Nvidia announces Jetson AGX Orin energy-efficient AI supercomputer

Nvidia announced the Jetson AGX Orin, an AI accelerator for robotics projects, autonomous machines, medical devices and edge computing AI. Based on the Ampere architecture, and with additional Arm Cortex A78AE processors, it offers six times the computing power of its predecessor, the Jetson AGX Xavier. (Image credit: Nvidia) Powered …

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Can a digital replica of the Earth save the world from climate catastrophe?

A digital replica of the Earth could help scientists better model the future of our planet and find solutions to problems caused by climate change. The advanced model, dubbed Digital Twin Earth, is developed by the European Space Agency (ESA) and its partners on the basis of data and images …

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University of Texas to deploy world-class supercomputer

(TNS) – The Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas is designing and deploying a new supercomputer that, when deployed, will be one of the fastest of any American university. The new supercomputer, dubbed Lonestar6, will run on a Dell Technologies system and will be designed and operated …

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Cronos supercomputer powers Insight at world’s second largest electricity supplier

Planning for electricity today and tomorrow is a topic of discussion that affects more than six billion people on the planet right in their homes. The needs are vast, the issues complex and the solutions varied. For example, industry analysts estimate that global energy consumption will almost double by 2050[1], …

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Justin Hotard, HPC Manager, HPE, on the impacts and wider implications of Exascale

In this interview with Justin Hotard, SVP / GM of High Performance Computing and Mission Critical Solutions for Hewlett Packard Enterprise, he discusses the new world made possible by exascale supercomputing. Among the topics he delves into: why exascale is applicable to more sectors of the market (read: business) than …

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Dune’s screenplay was written using 30-year-old software

Eric Roth, Dune’s Oscar-winning screenwriter, writes all of his screenplays using a 30-year-old MS-DOS program called Movie Master. Eric Roth, the Oscar-winning screenwriter behind Dune, wrote the script for the film using a 30-year-old MS-DOS program. Besides the recently released sci-fi epic, Roth is known as the screenwriter behind Forrest …

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Intel returns to long play, not bad play

The supply chain holds back server activity, not just the way you think of it. Yes, there is a limited supply of manufacturing and packaging capacity for server-class processors based on the most advanced semiconductor nodes. It’s in less obvious areas, such as the availability of power supplies and various …

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Global Supercomputing Market 2021 Financial Insights, Business Growth Strategies, Trends

Detailed study and analysis of the Global Supercomputer market highlights new trends in the supercomputer industry and provides businesses with business information. This study helps manufacturers, suppliers and investors, CEOs to identify opportunities and business optimization strategies to improve their value in the global supercomputer market. Provides important information for …

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Toshiba Developing Chip QKD System to Meet Demand for Cryptography

Toshiba announced that it has developed a chip-based quantum key distribution (QKD) system. This breakthrough will enable quantum security technology to be mass-produced, bringing its application to a much wider range of scenarios, including Internet of Things (IoT) solutions. QKD responds to the demand for cryptography that will remain safe …

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Supercomputer simulations reveal how protein crowding in cells impacts interactions

Figure 1: Simulations of the interaction of the c-Src kinase enzyme (green) with the inhibitor PP1 (magenta, blue and white spheres) in the presence of low (left) and high (right) concentrations of bovine serum albumin ( BSA; gray)). Simulations reveal that BSA hindrance reduces the ability of PP1 to bind …

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LLNL Early Access Systems Mark Progress Towards El Capitan

Delivered in February, the RZNevada system provides expert teams at National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) laboratories and their counterparts at Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. with their first look at the nodes and the software stack that will be integrated into El Capitan, the first exascale supercomputer …

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Supercomputer predicts more misery for Man Utd with just three wins in next nine games to put the pressure on

MANCHESTER UNITED will win three of its next nine games according to a supercomputer. United are suffering from poor form with just two wins in eight games. 2 Manchester United have a series of tough fixtures ahead 2 Things could go from bad to worse for Ole Gunnar SolskjaerCredit: Getty …

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New UAE supercomputer to predict extreme weather conditions and plan cloud seeding

A supercomputer is being built to help the UAE’s national forecaster predict weather conditions more accurately and improve cloud seeding missions. The high-performance computer, named Atmosphere, will allow meteorologists to better assess how and when extreme weather conditions will affect the region. Developed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, it will process …

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Fan reactions ahead of UF vs LSU road game

Gameday is finally upon us! We’re one hour away from kick-off in Baton Rouge as the Florida Gators and LSU Tigers prepare to play a game at 11 a.m. local time in Death Valley. It’s certainly a start, but the Gator Nation is always ready to rise up when called …

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Twitter Tree and Climate Haven in This Week’s Earthly Optimism | Smithsonian Voices

Technology sharing for cash Satellite tracking allows researchers to better understand how species move in their habitat. In the face of increasing pressures from climate and anthropogenic change, tracking animal movements in response to these threats provides invaluable data. As you might expect, the devices come at a steep price. …

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Lenovo Neptune cools weather supercomputers again

SPONSORED It’s only natural that the world’s best high-performance climate and weather modeling sites are leading the way in more efficient, sustainable and environmentally friendly data center practices. With the right approaches, these centers can show that power and performance don’t have to be a trade-off and that systems can …

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New resource to boost research on genetics of type 2 diabetes

Many variants of the human genome have been linked to type 2 diabetes, but since most are not found in the genes that code for proteins, it’s unclear how they might cause the disease. Now, an international team, including researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), has developed a resource to …

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The MCU finally fulfills the original role of Arnim Zola in the comic

After being in the MCU for a decade, classic Captain America villain Arnim Zola has finally become his comedic counterpart in Marvel’s What If … Warning: Contains SPOILERS for What if … from Marvel? episode 9. Thanks to What if … from Marvel ?, The original role of Arnim Zola …

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Supercomputer Discovery Key to Making Clean Fuel With Carbon Dioxide

Researchers take a further step towards the goal of turning carbon dioxide into fuel, after developing a way to identify a group of “single-atom” catalysts using a supercomputer. Australian researchers at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Materials Science Center contributed to the results of the international study, which were …

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Supercomputer predicts impact of Newcastle takeover on Manchester United and Man City finishes

Newcastle United are expected to emerge as Premier League contenders in the coming seasons after a £ 305million seismic takeover has been approved. A consortium backed by the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund (PIF) struck a deal with former President Mike Ashley, which resulted in new owners. The green light …

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European supercomputer project receives RISC-V test chips

The EPI project has 28 partners from 10 European countries, with the aim of making the EU independent in HPC chip technologies and HPC infrastructure. 43 of the EPAC1.0 RISC-V test chips were delivered to EPI by GlobalFoundries and the first tests of their functioning were conclusive. The European Processor …

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Supercomputer prediction of Leeds United’s Premier League arrival

FiveThirtyEight has released its latest predictions on the end of the Premier League. The website uses statistical analytics to tell stories on several different topics, including sports, and more specifically the Premier League. Based on the data presented so far, Leeds United are expected to finish 14th with 44 points, …

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Getting up to date on the proton – sciencedaily

Scientists are developing a revolutionary theory to calculate what happens inside a proton traveling at the speed of light. For more than 2,000 years, scientists believed that the atom was the smallest particle possible. Then they discovered that it had a nucleus made up of protons and neutrons surrounded by …

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Former IBM Senior Vice President Robert Picciano Joins CognitiveScale as CEO

CognitiveScale Inc., a company-backed artificial intelligence startup, today announced the arrival of Robert Picciano, former senior vice president of IBM Corp., as CEO. Picciano led IBM’s Cognitive Systems business unit until his departure from the company in 2020. The Cognitive Systems unit is responsible, among other product lines, for the …

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How Climate Models Got So Accurate They Won A Nobel Prize

Climate modellers have a moment. Last month, Time magazine listed two – Friederike Otto and Geert Jan van Oldenborg of the World Weather Attribution Project – among the 100 Most Influential People of 2021. Two weeks ago, Katharine Hayhoe of Texas Tech University was a guest on the popular talk …

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From thunderstorms to lunar terrains, computer modeling research tackles real-world problemsThe Badger Herald

In an age when computers are commonplace, two professors at the University of Wisconsin are harnessing their power to run real-world scenario simulations. Professor Leigh Orf has been using computer models to better understand thunderstorms for over 30 years. He works to understand how thunderstorms behave, how they work and …

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Supercomputers reveal how X chromosomes fold and turn off

RNA particles invade an X chromosome of a mouse in a new visualization of the inactivation of the X chromosome. Credit: Los Alamos National Laboratory Using dynamic modeling driven by a supercomputer and based on experimental data, researchers can now probe the process that deactivates an X chromosome in female …

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Texas Advanced Computing Center Marks Two Decades of Powerful Discoveries

October 1, 2021 – Twenty years ago, a handful of computer experts with a first-hand Cray computing cluster began to build the Texas Advanced Computing Center, or TACC, at the University of Texas at Austin into an organization of research. which is today at the height of university intensive computing. …

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GENCI supports the development of quantum computing in France

PARIS, October 1, 2021 – The development and use of quantum technologies is a major and growing issue at national, European and international levels. In this context, GENCI (Grand National Equipment for Intensive Computing) contributes to the adoption of quantum technologies to help France achieve the objective set by the …

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Supercomputer offers grim predictions for Rangers, Celtic Europa League as trap door looms

It has been a tough week for Scottish clubs in Europe. Rangers and Celtic face an uphill battle if they are to maintain their place in the Europa League defeats. Steven Gerrard’s men were first and they followed a first day loss to impressive Lyon at Ibrox with a slow …

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Quantum computing company IonQ goes public via SPAC

Today, Maryland-based quantum computing company IonQ is made public through a SPAC in a deal that is expected to raise $ 650 million. Its valuation of $ 2 billion and its large investors indicate that quantum computing could be useful for businesses sooner than expected. The company’s main product is …

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Participants from around the world learn supercomputing skills during the annual Argonne training program

In recent years, for example, ATPESC has included an entire day dedicated to training participants in the use of machine learning and deep learning methods for science. “Too often, students and post-docs join research groups and accumulate ad hoc knowledge of high performance computing that primarily focuses on methods already …

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Ambitious unicorn hopes to improve DNA analysis

October 2, 2021 gENETICISTS LIKE compare the progress of their field with the breakneck speed of IT innovation. There, the big, slow computers evolved into the fast mid-size desktops, and then into the handheld supercomputers known as smartphones. Likewise, the sequencing of the first human genome was announced with great …

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Russian scientists use supercomputer to probe the limits of Google’s quantum processor

Representation by an artist on the Google processor. Credits: Forest Stearns, Google AI Quantum Artist in Residence CPQM’s quantum information processing laboratory worked with the high-performance computing team at CDISE “Zhores” to emulate Google’s quantum processor. By recreating the data noiselessly using the same statistics as Google’s recent experiments, the …

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Computer software startup Quantum QC Ware raises $ 25 million

By Jane Lanhee Lee OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) – QC Ware, a Silicon Valley-based quantum computing software startup with leading clients like Goldman Sachs Group, Inc, said on Wednesday it had raised $ 25 million. The funding round was led by Koch Disruptive Technologies, an investment arm of Koch Industries, and …

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Supercomputer simulation aims to solve mystery of the sun’s rotation

In a world first, Japanese researchers used the Fugaku supercomputer to replicate the rotational imbalances of the sun, a phenomenon that has puzzled astronomers for centuries. Scientists at Chiba University and Nagoya University simulated the inner workings of the gas ball in an attempt to determine why different areas spin …

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European chip designer Exascale SiPearl opens 5th center in Grenoble

Maisons-Laffitte (France), September 28, 2021 – SiPearl, whose mission is to design a high-performance, low-power microprocessor for European exascale supercomputers, has opened a design center in Grenoble, France, with the aim of recruiting 50 engineers on site by the end of 2022. After SiPeal’s installations in Maisons-Laffitte, Duisbourg, Barcelona and …

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is right to shame NBA anti-vaccines

A recent Rolling Stone report sheds light on a powerful faction of anti-science NBA players who oppose mandatory vaccinations and other Covid safety requirements in the league. The report revealed that Brooklyn Nets goalie Kyrie Irving, vice chairman of the executive committee of the National Basketball Players Association union, is …

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Data Analysis Supercomputers (DAS) Market Forecast Unveils Attractive Opportunities For 2021-2026

The China Data Analysis Supercomputer (DAS) market research report offers key analysis of the China Data Analysis Supercomputer (DAS) market situation, including the best facts and data, definitions, SWOT analysis, expert opinions and the latest global developments. The report also calculated the market size, revenue, price, revenue, gross profit margin …

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Search for a Ministry of Energy Fund Theorist Using Supercomputers | UCSB

How to predict the behavior of a material at the molecular and atomic levels, at the shortest time scales? What is the best way to design materials to use their quantum properties for electronics and information science? These broad and difficult questions are the type of investigations that UC theorist …

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NVIDIA invites developers to test experimental DLSS models directly from the company’s supercomputer

NVIDIA DLAA will be the visual fidelity option for NVIDIA DLSS. NVIDIA recently began inviting developers to test the latest version of DLSS (Deep Learning Super Sampling) and submit their experiences and findings to the Developer Forum on the NVIDIA site. NVIDIA DLSS is “a deep learning neural network that …

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Scientists have discovered a new way to detect aliens

SpacePhoto: pixabay.com Experts have suggested creating a super device that can be seen on other planets. Anders Sandberg, a scientist at the Oxford Institute for the Humanities, believes that life exists on Earth-like planets. This was stated in a post from SETI, a project looking for extraterrestrial civilizations. Astronomer Sandbreg …

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NSF invests $ 10 million in composable supercomputer

If they do their job well, high performance computing centers around the world in academic and government institutions are expected to be at the forefront of any new technology that improves the performance of simulation, modeling, analysis and of artificial intelligence. Not state of the art, where hyperscalers and national …

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Supercomputer reveals Premier League winner this season

A supercomputer has revealed the club which will be crowned the 2021/2022 Premier League winner this season. According to the CIES Football Observatory supercomputer, Chelsea, who currently lead the standings, will not win the England top flight. With Thomas Tuchel entering his first full season as manager at Stamford Bridge …

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Team of three universities for the prototype reconfigurable supercomputer “ACES” funded by the NSF

As Moore’s Law slows, HPC developers increasingly seek speed gains in specialized code and specialized hardware – but this specialization, in turn, can make testing and deploying code more tricky than ever. . Today, researchers from Texas A&M University, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Texas …

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European-designed RISC-V chip comes to life – Bulk Solids Handling

THE’ PEV Where European Transformers Initiative aims to allow the design in Europe of components intended for high performance computing and supercomputers. No longer wanting to lag behind other geographical areas with only partial access to the latest technologies, and therefore with a strategic and economic disadvantage, a consortium was …

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David Bader Selected to Receive 2021 IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach Award

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., September 22, 2021, the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE CS) named David Bader as the recipient of the 2021 Sidney Fernbach Award. Bader is Professor Emeritus and Founder of the Department of Data Science, and Senior Director of the Institute for Data Science, at the New Jersey Institute …

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Supercomputer predicts where Bolton and Sunderland will end up in League One

WANDERERS will reach a top 10 in his debut season in League One, according to a supercomputer. The Whites have made a promising start to life in the Third Division, taking 12 points in their opening eight games. Ian Evatt’s men are currently expected to finish in ninth place, according …

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Booming segments of the supercomputer market; Investors in search of growth

Advance Market Analytics has released a new research publication on “Overview of the supercomputer market until 2026” with 232 pages and enriched with self-explaining tables and charts in a presentable format. In the study, you will find new trends, drivers, restraints and evolving opportunities generated by targeting market players. The …

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TACC’s HPC Stampede2 simulations reveal how cells regulate

(Left to right) Po-Chao Wen, Nandan Haloi and Emad Tajkhorshid from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Supercomputer simulations performed on the Texas Advanced Computing Center’s (TACC) Stampede2 system have helped scientists studying cell function understand how protein molecules dance with a partner to respond to signals and regulate the …

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Pawsey unveils fastest supercomputer in southern hemisphere

PERTH, Australia, September 20, 2021 – The first phase of what will be the fastest public research supercomputer in the southern hemisphere has been unveiled in its new home at the Pawsey Center in WA, resplendent with artwork that reflects the sky that it will help researchers to open. Stage …

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Tesla investor must see video explaining Dojo supercomputer architecture

Tesla and FSD Earlier we reported many articles on Tesla and FSD which have been literally roller coasters of successes and questionable oddities that have had Tesla owners on the edges of their car seats waiting to know when and what the latest software update achieves the holy grail of …

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COVID sequencing hunts for variants at Tennessee State Laboratory | Tennessee News

By BRETT KELMAN, Tennessee NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) – Once a week, in an unremarkable brick building in East Nashville, a few dozen samples of the coronavirus undergo a simply extraordinary journey. Lab workers use magnetic beads to strip the microscopic virus of its genetic code, duplicate it millions of times, …

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Chinese IT industry shows good growth momentum

Scientists check the status of the Tianhe-3 supercomputer at the Tianjin National Supercomputer Center. [Photo/Xinhua] CHANGSHA – China’s total computing power ranked second in the world in 2020, showing that the country’s IT industry is enjoying good growth momentum, said the 2021 World IT Conference, which opened on Friday in …

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UAB’s Technological Innovation Center celebrates ribbon cutting and building inauguration – News

UAB’s Technology Innovation Center is home to a state-of-the-art data center, the state’s fastest university internet connectivity, scalable technology infrastructure, and colocation for UAB’s distributed computing partners . Photography: Andrea Mabry The University of Alabama at Birmingham celebrated on September 15 the grand opening of the Technology Innovation Center, a …

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Supercomputer predicts Leeds United second season regression ahead of Newcastle

Computer forecasting software that predicts the likelihood of Premier League results has taken Leeds United to finish 13th in the league this season, with a total of 45 points. A 13th place finish in a second season back in the Premier League is something many teams would wish for, however, …

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Artificial intelligence for the general public

It takes real intelligence and a lot of collaborative strength to harness the potential of artificial intelligence. Most of us can barely grasp the concept of man-made machines that learn to process and analyze huge amounts of data, then use that mass of information to understand things on new scales …

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DOE-funded project to advance the portability of heterogeneous HPC applications

September 15, 2021 – A project involving researchers from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and National Laboratories and academic collaborators has received funding from the US Department of Energy (DOE) as part of an effort to adapt the next-generation high-performance scientific software. computer systems (HPC). The project, “ComPort: Rigorous Testing …

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How living 9/11 in New York prepared me for the pandemic

It was Tuesday, one of the least remarkable days of the week. Even my brain from before coffee had noticed that the sky was bright, crisp, a painful blue and almost cloudless. It was cold, even though it was early September. Still watery eyes, I got up and went out …

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Barcelona supercomputing center powers encrypted neural networks with Intel Tech

Homomorphic encryption offers two extraordinary advantages: first, it has the potential to be secure against intrusions even from quantum computers; Second, it allows users to use the data for computation without requiring decryption, allowing secure data offload to commercial clouds and other external locations. However – as researchers from Intel …

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