Supercomputers

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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