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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Supermicro Provides Notice of Dismissal of Stein Derivative Share

SAN JOSE, California, December 21, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) –Super Micro Computer, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMCI), a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server and storage technologies and green computing, today provides the below notice regarding the alleged derivative lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, subtitle Stein …

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Atos Confirms Role as Global Leader in Quantum Hybridization Technologies at 8th Quantum Advisory Board

Paris, France – December 3, 2021 – At the meeting of the 8th Advisory Board of Atos Quantum, a group of international experts, mathematicians and physicists, authorities in their fields, Atos reaffirms its position as a world leader in quantum computing technologies. The axis of quantum hybridization (convergence of high …

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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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Best HP Printers, HP Omen PCs, HP Pavilion Laptop and More Savings Found by Retail Fuse

List of the best HP deals for Cyber ​​Monday, with savings on HP Envy laptops, X360 convertibles and more BOSTON, November 28, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Here’s a recap of the best HP deals for Cyber ​​Monday, with the latest discounts on Chromebooks, 2-in-1s and more. The links to the …

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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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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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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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Kioxia Introduces Industry’s First EDSFF SSDs Designed With PCIe® 5.0 Technology

New KIOXIA CD7 E3.S Series EDSFF E3.S Data Center SSDs Optimized for Density and Efficiency TOKYO, November 09, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Kioxia Corporation today announced the first line of E3.S Enterprise and Data Center SSDs (EDSFF) designed with PCIe® 5.0 technology[1] – the KIOXIA CD7 E3.S series, opening a …

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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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SiMa.ai receives 2021 Frost & Sullivan Technology Innovation Leadership Award for Edge Machine Learning

SAN JOSE, California, October 25, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – SiMa.ai, the machine learning (ML) company transforming the embedded edge market with low-power high-performance computing, today announced that it has received the Frost & Sullivan 2021 Technology Innovation Leadership Award for Cutting-Edge Machine Learning. This prestigious award rewards companies and organizations …

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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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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 size of the microprocessor market is expected to be worth approximately US $ 113 billion by

Tokyo, 05 October 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Precedence research, recently announced report on “Microprocessor Market (By Technology: CISC, RISC, ASIC, Superscalar, DSP; By Application: Smartphones, Personal Computers, Servers, Tablets, Integrated Devices, Others) – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Regional Outlook and forecasts 2021 – 2030 ”. A microprocessor …

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Altair promotes better decision making and faster optimization with the latest version of the integrated simulation and analysis portfolio

Simulation Software Update 2021.2 Delivers AI-Driven Speed, Democratization and Innovation at Every Stage of the Development Lifecycle of Complex Products and Systems TROY, Mich., October 5, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Altair (Nasdaq: ALTR), the global leader in converged simulation, HPC and AI, has announced significant enhancements to its integrated …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Disrupt-X to Launch Cognitive Neural IoT Platform for Community ANPR and Edu-Bot, a Unique AI Model for Student / Teacher Interaction Using Intel’s OpenVINO at GITEX 2021

ML / AI for Smart Community ANPR and analysis of student / teacher interaction Featured Image for Disrupt-X Featured Image for Disrupt-X Featured Image for Disrupt-X DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, September 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Disrupt-X, a Dubai-based IoT development company, recently announced its partnership with the Intel IoT …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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The future of supercomputing is happening now …

Promo If you want to reap the benefits of accelerated computing and high bandwidth memory as well as the growing wave of Arm-based computation, you don’t have to wait, you don’t need to buy systems. CPU-GPU, and you don’t need to adopt a complex hybrid programming model. All you need …

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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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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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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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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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Exxact Corporation Expands System Line To Include New AMD Radeon ™ PRO W6000 Series Workstation Graphics Cards

FREMONT, California, June 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Exxact Corporation, a leading provider of high performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI) and data center solutions, announces support for a broad selection of work and Valence â„¢ and TENSOREX â„¢ servers equipped with the new AMD Radeon PRO W6800 and …

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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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a new computer at CCRT co-designed by Atos and CEA to meet the challenges of high performance computing and data processing

Press release “Topaz“: a new CCRT computer co-designed by Atos and CEA to meet the challenges of high performance computing and IT Paris, France – June 23, 2021 – The CEA and its partners from the Research and Technology Computing Center (CCRT) have invested in a new supercomputer, named ‘Topaz‘, …

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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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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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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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BrainChip CEO Shares Business Knowledge with Investor Community at OTC Market Group International Virtual Investor Conference

ALISO VIEJO, California, June 15, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –BrainChip Holdings Ltd (ASX: BRN), (OTCQX: BRCHF), a leading provider of ultra-low-power, high-performance artificial intelligence technologies, today announced that its founder and CEO Peter van der Made will be one of the guest speakers at the International Virtual Investor Conference 6:30 p.m. …

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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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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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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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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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Use of crypto energy: could these actions be winning?

There is a lot of speculation behind the exact reasons for the recent cryptocurrency sell-off. Whether or not digital currency prices are in a bubble is debated. But whether you are a fan of Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) or consider it a worthless mirage, it is undeniable that its exploitation has …

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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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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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4 computer stocks to buy on the new IDC forecasts

On May 25, IDC released its latest report on PC market expectations for 2021. The forecast is extremely encouraging (to say the least). IDC expects PC shipments in 2021 to increase 18.1% despite the chip shortage. For context, it should be noted that despite the expected decline of 2.9% in …

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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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The iMac M1 reinvents the family computer

The past few weeks have been busy for our review editors as they tested new devices from Apple, Sony, Amazon and others. Apple has released a completely redesigned iMac M1, which Devindra Hardawar has tested throughout his house, and an M1-powered iPad Pro, which has left Chris Velazco hoping for …

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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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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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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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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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UVA Engineering Computer Scientists Discover New Vulnerability Affecting Computers Globally

IT experts believed they had developed adequate security patches after Specter’s 2018 major global flaw, but UVA’s discovery shows processors are once again open to hackers. Charlottesville, Virginia, April 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – In 2018, researchers from industry and academia revealed a potentially devastating hardware flaw that left computers …

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Open-source GPU technology for supercomputers

PICTURE: Vladimir Stegailov, professor at HSE University After Credit: Vladimir Stegailov Researchers at the HSE International Laboratory for Atomistic Modeling and Multiscale Analysis at HSE, JIHT RAS and MIPT compared the performance of popular molecular modeling programs on GPU accelerators produced by AMD and Nvidia. In an article published by …

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HPE to build supercomputer with 100,000 AMD Zen 3 cores

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced this week that it has received an order to build a new supercomputer for Singapore’s National Supercomputing Center (NSCC). The new system is powered by AMD’s Epyc ‘Milan’ processors as well as Nvidia’s A100 compute GPUs; it is eight times more powerful than its predecessor. NSCC’s …

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AMD EPYC Milan processors with 100,000 cores and 352 NVIDIA A100 GPUs power 10 PFLOP supercomputers in Singapore

Singapore’s National Supercomputing Center has announced that it will use AMD’s EPYC Milan and NVIDIA’s A100 GPUs to power their next 10 PFLOP supercomputers. Singapore NSCC supercomputer powered by 100,000 AMD EPYC Milan processor cores and NVIDIA A100 GPUs will be packed with 10 PFLOPs of computing power! The supercomputer …

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HPE to build Singapore’s new national supercomputer

Over two years ago, Singapore’s National Supercomputing Center (NSCC) announced an investment of SGD $ 200 million (~ US $ 151 million) to increase its supercomputing power by an order of magnitude. Today, those plans are coming to fruition with the announcement that Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has received SGD …

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LLNL, IBM and Red Hat to Explore Standardized Resource Management Interface for Cloud HPC

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), IBM and Red Hat are teaming up to develop best practices for interfacing high performance computing (HPC) planners and cloud orchestrators, an effort designed for supercomputers that take advantage of cloud technologies. Under a recently signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the organizations said researchers aim …

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Massachusetts startup uses supercomputing to identify four promising COVID therapies

Amid increasing global cases and threatening variants, a major gap remains in the global strategy to end the pandemic: effective therapies. Now, a Massachusetts startup powered by a wide array of HPC resources – including local resources from the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) – has identified four …

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