Supercomputers

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

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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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