Supercomputers

Computing at the frontiers of nanomedicine

01 Sep 2021 (Nanowerk News) Viruses kill millions of people around the world every year. “In addition to the new coronavirus, the main viral killers include hepatitis, HIV and HPV,” said Lela Vukovic, assistant professor of chemistry at the University of Texas at El Paso. Researchers are constantly trying to …

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Department of Energy and Hewlett Packard Enterprises unveil Polaris supercomputer

Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta on the global chip shortage, supply and demand in the automotive industry, his company’s production and the new Nissan Z. A delay in the delivery of Intel Corporation’s exascale supercomputer to the US Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory has created a new opportunity for competing …

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Is Tesla’s Dojo as amazing as it is claimed?

For more than two years, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has teased the development of Tesla’s supercomputer called “Dojo.” Last year, he even claimed that Tesla’s Dojo would have a capacity of more than one exaflop, or one quintillion (1,018) of floating-point operations per second. Tesla first unveiled this Dojo supercomputer …

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Scientists capture deep space’s most detailed images with radio waves

When you look at the night sky with your telescope, what you see is only a small fraction of the information the galaxies send there. Ordinary telescopes only capture information in the visible light spectrum, but celestial bodies constantly emit gamma waves, x-rays, long-wavelength microwaves, and even FM radio waves …

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Supercomputer Market 2021-2027 by Major Key Players: Dell, PEZY / Exascaler, Cray, HuaWei

Supercomputers Market Size 2021 Industry Share, Strategies, Growth Analysis, Regional Demand, Revenue, Key Players and Forecast Research Report 2027 In this report, a comprehensive analysis of the current global supercomputer market in terms of demand and supply environment is provided along with the price trend now and in the coming …

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Supercomputing as Market Size, Analysis, and Major Vendors – IBM, HP, Cray, NUDT, Fujitsu, SGI, Dell, Bull, PEZY / Exascaler

New Jersey, United States, – The Computing as a Service Market Size and forecast to 2028, this report provides an analysis of the impact of the COVID19 epidemic on the key points influencing the growth of the market. In addition, supercomputing as a service market segments (by major players, types, …

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Covid-19 impact trends: Supercomputer market by application, type, region for forecast – 2021 to 2027

Report Offers Comprehensive Study of Global Research Supercomputer Market which includes accurate forecasting and analysis at global, regional and national levels. It offers an overview of the world Supercomputer Market and a detailed value chain analysis to help players gain a close understanding of the significant changes in business activities …

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Curpay’s artificial intelligence technology protects your assets

Disclaimer: The text below is a press release which was not prepared by Cryptonews.com. Crypto markets are constantly changing and extreme volatility is at the top of the list of concerns. Solution: CurPay, a tech company dedicated to delivering value to people in the crypto universe using mature AI technologies. …

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Aurora Exascale system to advance dark matter research

Scientists have unlocked many atomic secrets through research in physics that studies the interactions between particles such as quarks, gluons, protons, and neutrons in an atom’s nucleus. However, little is known about a mysterious form of matter that has been named dark matter. This is one of the research challenges …

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Cloud supercomputing market to grow significantly by 2028

Sample download request Request a discount Company Profile New Jersey, United States, – The Report Provides Proprietary Global Cloud Supercomputing Research Based On Our Honest, Accurate And Comprehensive Market Analysis To Help You Grow Your Business. This is a high quality Cloud Supercomputing reports market research and analysis that provides …

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Running quantum software on a classical computer – sciencedaily

In an article published in Quantum information about nature, EPFL professor Giuseppe Carleo and Matija Medvidovi ?, a graduate student at Columbia University and the Flatiron Institute in New York, have found a way to run a complex quantum computing algorithm on traditional computers instead of ‘quantum computers. The specific …

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These Scientists Use VR to Develop COVID Drug

Last year, when Italy was under siege by COVID-19, scientists from Exscalate4Cov, a public-private consortium of 18 institutions across Europe led by Italian pharmaceutical company Dompé farmaceutici, had just started the hunt for find a cure for COVID-19. Eight scientists, all from across Europe, gathered in a virtual room to …

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The whole world is watching: Bernholdt and ORNL programming environment team get ready for Frontier and Exascale

David Bernholdt from ORNL This article is by Matt Lakin, science editor at Oak Ridge National Laboratory The world’s fastest supercomputer comes with some assembly required. Frontier, the country’s first exascale computer system, will not be assembled as a whole until all parts have been delivered to the US Department …

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No needles? No problem. This COVID-19 vaccine could be inhaled.

Scientists have come up with a new way to get vaccinated against the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, and it comes with a twist: No needles are needed. Rather, this vaccine would be aerosolized so that it could be inhaled by a patient. Paul Whitford, associate professor of physics at the …

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Tachyum Triples Company Valuation at End of Series B Funding Cycle

LAS VEGAS, July 20, 2021 – Tachyum today announced that it has closed its Series B round, led by private equity investor IPM Group in cooperation with Slovak wealth manager, Across Private Investments. The latest funds raised during the round will be used to finalize Prodigy as it moves from …

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Israeli startup aims to be the Mellanox of quantum – Sponsored Content

In 2020, Israeli IT company Mellanox hit the headlines when it was bought out for $ 7 billion by US IT giant Nvidia. Mellanox allows the construction of supercomputers by linking many powerful computers together. Aharon Brodutch, CEO and co-founder of Canadian-Israeli startup Entangled Networks, hopes his company can emulate …

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The future of supercomputing is happening now …

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Iran plans to build “Maryam Mirzakhani” supercomputer

According to Ehsan Aryanian, head of computing platforms at the ICT Research Institute, the first calls for research and design of the “Maryam Supercomputer” have been made. After receiving the proposals, evaluating them and receiving the necessary funds, the institute will start building the supercomputer with the cooperation of the …

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What happened to IBM’s Watson?

IBM insists its revised AI strategy – a lean, less world-changing ambition – is working. The task of restarting growth was given to Arvind Krishna, an IT specialist who became CEO last year, after leading the recent overhaul of IBM’s cloud and AI business. But the great visions of the …

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Supercomputer Analysis Probe Anti-Vaccination Twitter Campaign

In early March 2020, on the cusp of the global acceleration of the pandemic, a popular Twitter user called ZDoggMD (in real life, a doctor named Zubin Damania) launched a pro-vaccine rallying cry: #DoctorsSpeakUp. The hashtag, intended to call on real doctors to share the positive realities of immunization with …

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Frontier will meet the Exascale power target of 20 MW set by DARPA in 2008

After more than a decade of planning, America’s first exascale computer, Frontier, is expected to arrive at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) later this year. Crossing this “1000 x” horizon required overcoming four major challenges: energy demand, reliability, extreme parallelism and data movement. Al Geist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Al …

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Premier League supercomputer predicts winners and losers for 2021/22 season

The new Premier League season is fast approaching after the conclusion of Euro 2020 and Copa America, and a supercomputer prediction is an interesting read Video upload Video unavailable The video will play automatically soon8To cancel Play now Manchester City will win the Premier League for the fourth time in …

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Maui High Performance Computing Center Appoints New Executive Director

Tiare K. Martin The University of Hawaii Vanguard High Performance Computing Center (VCHPC) on Maui named Tiare K. Martin as new Director General, effective July 1, 2021. The center is part of the Applied Research Laboratory (ARL) at EUH and supports the US Air Force’s Maui High Performance Computing Center, …

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IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw reviews work on supercomputers and Meity projects

IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw held review meetings on various projects under Meity on Saturday, including the super computing project managed by CDAC. State Minister for Electronics and Informatics Rajeev Chandrasekar was also present at the review meeting. “I held a review meeting today with my colleague Shri @rajeev_mp on CDAC …

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Tencent’s AI-intensive computing center is about to go live; AliHealth is piloting influenza vaccine digital twinning project – China Money Network

Tencent’s RMB 45 billion Yangtze River Delta AI intensive computing center to be commissioned At the 2021 Global Artificial Intelligence Conference, Tang Daosheng, senior executive vice president of Tencent and CEO of Cloud and Smart BP, said that the Tencent Yangtze River Delta AI supercomputing center, in which Tencent has …

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Tesla has the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world. It will train the autopilot

Tesla needs massive computing power in many areas, one of the most important of which is artificial intelligence. With its help, Autopilot (Tesla’s autonomous vehicle control system) marks a huge amount of data that the company obtains directly from cars driving in traffic. This is the only way to quickly …

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Setnoix supercomputer to include AMD Instinct MI200 HPC GPU

According to the latest news, Pawsey SuperComputing will include AMD’s next-generation Instinct MI200 GPUs and EPYC Milan processors in its Setonix supercomputer. The specifications for AMD’s Instinct MI200 HPC GPU accelerator were revealed last week. The Setnoix supercomputer will be one of the first products to integrate CDNA 2 GPUs …

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At UTA, Joe Cloud helped build a supercomputer and developed robots for space

PICTURE: Joe cloud view After Credit: UT Arlington Joe Cloud, a doctoral student in computer science and engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington, was awarded a graduate scholarship from Tau Beta Pi, the honorary engineering society, for the 2021-22 academic year. He will receive a stipend of $ …

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Fugaku supercomputer tops industry performance rankings

The Fugaku supercomputer remains one of the most powerful supercomputers in the world in the four major high-performance computer ranking systems, including the TOP500, HPL-AI, Graph 500 and HPCG. The Fugaku supercomputer is a joint development of Fujitsu and RIKEN and spans 158,976 nodes in 432 racks. RIKEN R-CCS Director …

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UF Supercomputer Ranks First in US for Energy Efficiency

The University of Florida’s new HiPerGator AI supercomputer ranks among the best. Top500, which ranks high power computer systems, ranked the most energy efficient computer in the country and second in the world on its Green500 list. It also ranked it No.22 among the most powerful supercomputers in the world, …

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Observation, simulation and AI join forces to reveal a clear universe – sciencedaily

Japanese astronomers have developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) technique to remove noise in astronomical data due to random variations in galaxy shapes. After extensive training and testing on large fictitious data created by supercomputer simulations, they then applied this new tool to real data from the Japanese Subaru telescope …

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How LNG Engines Could Be Converted To Run On Ammonia

Gruber in front of his good friend Betzy. Photo: Helge Stranden, UNINETT / Sigma2 Posted on Jul 2, 2021 2:06 PM by Gemini News Andrea Gruber, SINTEF researcher, calculates the numbers – with the help of the Betzy supercomputer. With an endless number of calculations linked together, researchers are now …

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Descartes Labs ranks # 41 on the top 500 list with Amazon EC2

AWS client Descartes Labs uses HPC to understand the world and manage the flow of data from sensors on the ground, in water and in space. The company has been cloud-based from the start and focuses on geospatial applications that often involve petabytes of data. CTO and co-founder Mike Warren …

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TOP500 Supercomputer List Gives Investors Great Insight into AMD, NVIDIA and Intel

In today’s video I watch recent news and evaluation measures for NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA), Advanced micro-systems (NASDAQ: AMD), and Intelligence (NASDAQ: INTC). Below I share some highlights from the video. TOP500 has just published an update to its list of the 500 best supercomputers. This list lists the top 500 …

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The HPC (Resilient) Marketplace Written Big in 100+ Slides by Hyperion

Hyperion Research has released its 2021 Annual HPC ISC Market Update, and this year’s release included a 100+ slide study of the landscape presented by six analysts. We will not cover all 100+ slides. Bottom line: Despite the pandemic, the vast 2020 on-premise HPC market (servers, storage, etc.) grew slightly …

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Lenovo at ISC: “Exascale at all scales”

For at least four years, Lenovo has been expressing its big ambitions for high performance computing, and the company is clearly making progress towards its goals. This is the eighth year since China-based Lenovo bought the Intel x86-based server business from IBM, an acquisition that marked the company’s entry into …

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Data Analysis Supercomputer (DAS) Market – Growing Demand From Industry Professionals: IBM, PSSC Labs, Silicon Graphics International (SGI)

JCMR recently released a new study in its database that highlights the in-depth market analysis with the future prospects of Data Analysis Supercomputers (DAS) Market. The study covers important data that makes the research paper a handy resource for managers, industry leaders, and other key people. Some of the key …

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HPE at ISC: “Perform like a supercomputer, run like a cloud”

Since we last saw HPE at ISC over a year ago, the company has embarked on a solid streak of successes in HPC and supercomputing – successes the company will no doubt be happy to see. discuss during the virtual SAI 2021. This year being the year of exascale, HPE …

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Making the Right Connections to Close the Gender Gap | Information Center

Kim Schjang brings her expertise gained by UNLV to St. Louis, Missouri – at least temporarily – to help build one of the fastest networks in the world. The Associate Network Engineer has been selected for the Women in IT Networking (WINS) program, joining other leading female technologists in the …

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Machine learning for solar power is a supercomputer killer

Credit: CC0 Public domain Supercomputers could end up jobless thanks to a suite of new machine learning models that produce fast and accurate results using a normal laptop. Researchers at the ARC Center of Excellence in Exciton Science, based at RMIT University, wrote a program that predicts the bandgap of …

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it’s eProcessor, a step forward to compete in hardware – Explica .co

Spain has the opportunity to become a protagonist in the European race for independence from the United States and Asia at the material level. In the midst of the semiconductor crisis, of the European Union are working on a project to create their own chips and the Barcelona Supercomputing Center …

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Supercomputer gives Manchester United a surprise position in new club rankings

Manchester United were only ranked eighth in a new ranking of football clubs. FiveThirtyEight has released its new World Football Rankings which assesses a team’s overall strength compared to clubs around the world. This year, Manchester United have fallen down the pecking order, placing eighth with a Football Power Index …

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Growth in Supercomputing as a Service Market Size Report to 2026

Growth in Supercomputing as a Service Market Size Report to 2026 Category: #technology | By administrator | Posted: Just now | Product ID: 3076160 | The Global Supercomputing as a Service Market Components study report presents the present status of the market and future estimates supported by verifiable data. Understanding …

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OSC enables on-demand HPC for an automotive engineering company

In motorsport, vehicle designers are constantly on the lookout for the smallest amount of time to be saved through smart engineering – but as the fruit at hand is torn away, these advancements become increasingly difficult to achieve. achieve. Today, D2H Advanced Technologies – an engineering company with efforts in …

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Lenovo offers upgrade to SuperMUC-NG supercomputer

Lenovo became a powerhouse in the HPC and supercomputer spaces in 2014, when it bought IBM’s System x server division for $ 2.1 billion in a deal that also allowed it to license the Big Blue’s storage and system management software. The acquisition propelled the company into a highly competitive …

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Verizon Wins $ 495 Million Contract for DoD Research Network

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded Verizon Public Sector a $ 495 million contract to provide the network that connects 200 research labs and supercomputer sites, the company said. Verizon will provide the department with switches, routers, firewalls and “edge computing” capabilities for the department’s defense research …

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Tachyum CEO Unveils Prodigy FPGA Prototype at GLOBSEC 2021 Forum

First-ever universal processor chip enables a new class of energy: supercomputers and a new generation of low-carbon data centers LAS VEGAS– (BUSINESS WIRE) –Dr. Radoslav Danilak, co-founder and CEO of Tachyumâ„¢ Inc., unveiled the FPGA prototype of the company’s Prodigy Universal Processor at the 2021 GLOBSEC Forum in Slovakia, becoming …

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Computers help researchers find materials to turn solar energy into hydrogen

Newswise – UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Using solar power to inexpensively recover hydrogen from water could help replace carbon-based fuel sources and reduce the global carbon footprint. However, finding materials that could stimulate hydrogen production so that it can compete economically with carbon-based fuels has so far been an insurmountable …

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SDSC Director Michael Norman appointed to Federal Task Force for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence

SDSC Director and Emeritus Professor of Physics, Michael Norman, is a member of the NAIRR working group. Photo courtesy of SDSC Director of the San Diego Supercomputer Center and Emeritus Professor of Physics at UC San Diego, Michael Norman has been appointed to the National Artificial Intelligence Research Resource (NAIRR) …

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Are you looking for aliens? We should focus on supercomputers first, says scientist

Scientists have yet to discover life on other planets, although a researcher from the University of Oxford says that if we are to locate aliens, we must look for theoretical structures the size of a star. called Dyson spheres. “What Freeman Dyson did in his article on the Dyson sphere …

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Here are some events happening in the Mahoning Valley

Looking for something to do this week? Check out these events. Here are some of the events taking place in the Mahoning Valley this week. For more events, see our calendar of events. YOUNGSTOWN – The Mahoning Valley Historical Society will debut “Baseball in the Mahoning Valley” in this month’s …

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Sterile neutrinos, an intriguing possibility in the quest to understand dark matter

“Sterile neutrinos” are theoretically predicted new particles that offer an intriguing possibility in the quest for understanding the dark matter of our universe. Unlike the “active” neutrinos known in the Standard Model (MS) of particle physics, these sterile neutrinos do not interact with normal matter as they move through space, …

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RISC-V evolves to address supercomputers and AI

The open source architecture of the RISC-V instruction set is gaining more and more attention following Intel’s $ 2 billion bid for SiFive, the industry’s leading RISC-V design house. Unfortunately, RISC-V has long been relegated to smaller chips and microcontrollers, which limits its appeal. However, that is expected to change …

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Did the Covid come from a Wuhan laboratory? Either way, the mystique of the technology must be questioned

Perhaps the greatest one-page science fiction ever written is Fredric Brown’s “Answer”. It takes place in the future where humanity has tamed nature, conquered galaxies, and connects a giant supercomputer that will hold all knowledge in databases across galaxies, linked by a sort of interplanetary internet. When he’s finally plugged …

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Cloud computing expands brain science

PICTURE: Franco Pestilli, Neuroscientist, Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin After Credit: Franco Pestilli People often think of human behavior in terms of what’s going on in the present: reading a newspaper, driving a car, or catching a soccer ball. But other dimensions of behavior span weeks, months …

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ECP paves the way for tested and verified cross-platform compilers for HPC and Exascale architectures

The Exascale Computing (ECP) project strives to combine two key technologies, LLVM and Continuous Integration (CI), to ensure that current and future compilers are stable and perform well on high performance computing (HPC) and computer systems. exascale. The proliferation of new machine architectures has made continuous software testing and verification …

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The LLNL team uses the Ruby supercomputer to study the effects of nuclear weapons on detonations near the surface

June 8, 2021 – A team from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) took a closer look at how nuclear weapon explosions near the Earth’s surface create complications in their effects and apparent returns. Attempts to correlate event data with low burst heights have revealed the need to improve the theoretical …

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Minnesota Supercomputing Institute joins iRODS consortium

CHAPEL HILL, NC, June 8, 2021 – The Minnesota Supercomputing Institute (MSI) at the University of Minnesota has become the newest member of the iRODS consortium, a membership-based foundation that leads the development and support of the system Rules-Based Integrated Data System (iRODS). MSI provides industry-leading compute and storage solutions …

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Nvidia’s extensive certification program includes its DPUs, Arm Systems

Nvidia is also deploying Base Command to provide its DGX SuperPOD as a service. An extensive Nvidia certification program now includes servers with the company’s BlueField-2 data processing units (DPUs) and those with Arm processors. The graphics and data acceleration processing vendor is also set to deploy its DGX SuperPOD …

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In which direction is the solar wind blowing? Supercomputers improve space weather forecasting

(Top panel, left to right) July 12, 2012 Coronal mass ejection observed on the STEREO B Cor2, SOHO C2 and STEREO A Cor2 coronographs, respectively. (Bottom panel) The same images overlapped with the model results. Credit: Talwinder Singh, Mehmet S. Yalim, Nikolai V. Pogorelov and Nat Gopalswamy Using supercomputers, researchers …

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Supercomputing as a Service Market Outlook to 2028 – IBM, HP, Cray, NUDT, Fujitsu, SGI, Dell, Bull, PEZY / Exascaler, Hitachi / Fujitsu – KSU

Global Computing as a Service Market is expected to grow at a substantial CAGR in the coming years. The report also includes crucial aspects related to recent events such as new product launches, mergers and acquisitions and alliances. It proclaims the addition of a new dimension to this industry explaining …

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Supercomputer research predicts more rain for Europe under warmer climate

As supercomputers become more powerful, the climate of the future becomes more and more precise. In this case, it is the climate of Europe and the North Atlantic, recently elucidated by a new high-resolution model powered by supercomputers and managed by scientists at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) in collaboration …

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Department of Energy selects 32 students for computer science scholarships

WASHINGTON, DC, June 3, 2021 – Today the United States Department of Energy (DOE) announced the selection of 32 outstanding undergraduate and graduate students from across the country to receive the prestigious graduate scholarship in Computer Science (CSGF) from DOE, jointly managed by the Bureau of Science and the National …

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Releases Annual Life Progress Report

Posted 2 hours ago Proposed by Hewlett Packard Enterprise HOUSTON, Texas, June 3, 2021 / CSRwire / – Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today released its annual Fiscal 2020 Life Progress Report, demonstrating its continued commitment to helping customers lead digital transformations that reduce their carbon footprint, protect rights throughout …

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University of Edinburgh acquires Atos supercomputer

The University of Edinburgh has awarded Atos a contract to supply its BullSequana XH2000 supercomputer as part of the DiRAC high performance computing facility in the United Kingdom. The company said the supercomputer will be the facility’s extreme scaling service and that it is the largest dedicated GPU (Graphics Processing …

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How national laboratories move more than a petabyte per week

Imagine what it would take to ship more than a petabyte per week from one data center to another. The question of time and cost is only an angle, it takes manual intervention to assemble and manage large transfers. Massive data transfers have always been a challenge for national laboratories, …

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Iranian queen’s gambit meets Sicilian defense of Israel

With its economy on the brink of collapse, the survival of the Islamic regime in Tehran may depend on a new deal with the United States and the West. Iran’s proxy war, using Hamas and Hezbollah, against Israel is a critical tool in pressuring the West to comply with the …

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Letter: First let’s decide what computers are for

Richard Waters (“Advances in Supercomputers Set to Reshape the Technological Landscape,” Inside Business, May 21) is right on one point, when he observes: “We don’t know how far these systems can go to produce really useful products. [human] interactions. But neither he nor anyone else in the tech world seems …

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New AI supercomputer will help create the universe’s largest 3D map

The latest renowned supercomputer could help solve some of the most important questions in astrophysics. VentureBeat reports that the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center has officially dedicated Perlmutter, considered one of the fastest supercomputers for AI, and it will start by helping build the largest 3D map of the …

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Israel Says It Fought World’s First “Artificial Intelligence War” Against Hamas

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) claimed the world’s first use of artificial intelligence (AI) and supercomputing in a ensuing war with Hamas earlier this month. During its Operation Guardian of the Walls, the IDF said it had relied heavily on machine learning and data collection for more than two years. …

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Making a Model: European meteorologists strive to make accurate storm forecasts – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

(WSVN) – With hurricane season upon us, it probably won’t be long before we pay attention to worrying cones and spaghetti patterns. It turns out that one of the most accurate models comes from the other side of the world. Kevin Ozebek of 7 has tonight’s special mission report, “Making …

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Atlantic Council calls on US government to strengthen cyberstrategy and accelerate quantum technology

Written by John Hewitt Jones May 27, 2021 | FEDSCOOP The U.S. government and its allies should strengthen their cybersecurity strategy and accelerate the operationalization of quantum technologies, according to a leading DC think tank. In a report released Wednesday, the Atlantic Council issued recommendations to maintain the country’s leadership …

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Supercomputer helping solve a slow-sliding puzzle – the Gisborne Herald

Posted on May 27, 2021, 10:41 a.m. The combination of supercomputers and seismic CT scans is the latest approach scientists are using to better understand the causes of slow-slip earthquakes over the Hikurangi Subduction Zone off the East Coast. Slow-slip events can trigger the equivalent of a magnitude 7 earthquake, …

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Supercomputer predicts Manchester United’s chances of winning Europa League final

Manchester United are the favorites to win their Europa League clash against Villarreal tonight – both with the bookies and according to a supercomputer. In pursuit of their first trophy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – and since 2017 – United are preparing to shake horns with Unai Emery and his …

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Grocery stores may be safer against COVID than previously thought, simulations show

Over a year ago, research from Finnish computing center CSC went viral – so to speak – when their simulations showed how virus particles from a cough could spread and linger in the aisles of grocery store. New research led by Michel Boufadel and Fangda Cui of the New Jersey …

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Premier League final season supercomputer reveals Aston Villa was the biggest outperformer as Wolves and Sheff Utd flopped

ASTON VILLA has been the biggest outperformer this season, according to a Premier League supercomputer. But Wolves and the relegation of Sheffield United were the campaign’s biggest disappointments. 1 The 2020-21 season threw some surprises at both ends of the table Dean Smith’s side avoided relegation by the skin of …

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Oil drillers and bitcoin miners tie in with natural gas

On US oil plots stretching along the Rockies and Great Plains, trailers hitched to trucks climbed up to well pads to capture natural gas and convert it on-site into electricity. The trailers – carrying pipes, generators and computers – are called “mining platforms”. But their owners are not there to …

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Frontier Supercomputer for the world’s fastest storage: 75TB / s, 15 billion IOPS, 700 PetaBytes

The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) has announced the first details on the Orion storage subsystem of its upcoming Frontier exascale supercomputer which is expected to go live in late 2021. Being the industry’s first ExaFLOPS 1.5 supercomputer, Frontier will need a very fast storage subsystem. It looks like …

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Jeremy Kepner named SIAM Fellow | MIT News

Jeremy Kepner, Lincoln Laboratory Fellow in the Division of Cybersecurity and Information Sciences and Research Affiliate in the Mathematics Department at MIT, has been named in the 2021 class of Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM ). The Fellow designation honors SIAM members who have made outstanding contributions to …

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Google advises on its original TPUv4 AI engines

Google may be buying heavens not knows how many GPUs to run HPC and AI workloads on its eponymous public cloud, and it may have recently spoken of its commitment to pushing the industry to innovate at the SoC level and stay away. designing its own compute engines, but the …

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EuroHPC Systems Leonardo and Lumi share more details as they approach the finish lines

About two years ago, the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (EC) selected eight host countries for its first eight systems. Now these trees are bearing fruit – Slovenia’s 6.8 Vega woodpecker petaflop system, for example, is already operational. The stars of the show, however, are the three pre-exascale systems: the Finnish 375 …

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Morpheus offers protection against hackers and bugs

Todd Austin is Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan. Lauren Biernacki is a PhD candidate in computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan. This story was originally featured on The conversation. We have developed and tested a new secure computer processor that …

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Vietnam Welcomes Supercomputers To Boost AI Development | Scientific technology

Viettel’s supercomputer system Recently, Viettel Cyber ​​Space Center (member of the Viettel group) operated its high performance computing system in its database center. This system can run 20 petaFLOPS, allowing Cyber ​​Space Center to run various complex training models simultaneously. Viettel’s supercomputer uses computational acceleration technologies, network switches and synchronous …

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ORNL partners on science kits for STEM schools

The kits contain instructions and materials for five activities that explore energy sources, such as building a solar oven or a wind-powered vehicle. An ORNL-themed activity explains and shows how supercomputers work using the power of parallel processing. “We are on a mission to save the planet, and STEM skills …

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Snelius, National Supercomputer – Context

If all goes according to plan, the plug will be removed from Cartesius on September 1. That’s it High performance computingThe system has been a trusted IT service for over eight years as the Netherlands National Supercomputer. As such, scientists can rely on Cartesius for the complex calculations required for …

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Humanitarian work at Los Alamos laboratory is more important | Letters to the Editor

For example, Thom Mason, director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, admits (“Mason: Nuclear Work Remains Core of the LANL Mission,” April 30) that LANL’s primary mission is the design and construction of nuclear weapons. He goes on to say that LANL’s other projects, presumably those that benefit humanity, would …

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Technological ideas have spiritual consequences

This column is part of our ongoing opinion piece on faith, called Living our faith. Get weekly project summaries delivered to your inbox by subscribing to Newsletter Living our faith. Richard Weaver, the political philosopher, once wrote that “ideas have consequences”. And this is a tale. In June 2001, 20 …

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Berkeley Co. students honored for winning seats at international science fair | Newspaper

MARTINSBURG – Two women scientists from Berkeley County schools were honored at Monday night’s board of education meeting for their impressive work in the field that earned them a spot at the international science fair. Bronte Stump and Spring Mills High freshman Makaylee Haynes both presented their plans during the …

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