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Fujitsu Advances Document Imaging with the Fujitsu fi-8000 Series

Fujitsu Computer Products of America, a provider of imaging solutions, announced the Fujitsu fi-8000 series of business scanners. With over 13 million scanners sold worldwide, Fujitsu continues its two decades of experience in delivering innovative, reliable and high quality products with its new fi-8000 series. Designed to revolutionize the document …

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How to make a career in clean technologies | Lam Family College of Commerce

Do you envision a career to make the world greener and better, but you don’t know how to get there yet? Our four Women in Cleantech and Sustainability panelists will share how they established themselves professionally, discuss how to network to find and land their dream job, and answer your …

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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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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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War room to fight cyber wars, secure economy

Comprehensive policy needs to be developed to isolate cyber crooks, mafia and hackers in order to isolate Indian financial markets. Even as the RBI prepares its plans to launch the digital rupee later this year, the government and banking regulator will need to focus on protecting India’s economy from cyber …

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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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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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Ginkgo Bioworks Launches Cellular Development Kit Service for Standardized, Low-Cost Entry to Its Cell Programming Platform

BOSTON, November 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Ginkgo Bioworks (NYSE: DNA), the leading horizontal platform for cell programming, today announced the launch of its Cell Development Kits (CDK) service. CDKs provide simplified access to the enterprise platform for aspiring cell developers to program cells to meet the greatest challenges …

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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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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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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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Cyber ​​Protection Officer Acronis Appoints Technology Veteran Paul Maritz Chairman of the Board

The former leader of Microsoft, VMware and cloud computing pioneer will focus on strengthening Acronis’ position as a leading provider of cyber protection products and services for service providers. SINGAPORE, SYDNEY and NEW DELHI, October 19, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Acronis, a global leader in cybersecurity and data protection, …

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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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Netflix announces new programming for kids, renews two new arrivals

Netflix has shown a way to boost its children’s programming even further by announcing four new children’s cartoons for next year. These cartoons include The action pack, which follows Treena, Watts, Wren and Clay, four children with incredible superpowers, taking it upon themselves to protect the people of Hope Springs. …

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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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Burro raises $ 10.9 million Series A to accelerate the commercialization of its collaborative robotics platform

Led by S2G Ventures and Toyota Ventures, the funding will boost the scale of the company’s robot fleets, which will alleviate agricultural labor shortages by improving working conditions and increasing productivity PHILADELPHIA CREAM, September 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Donkey, formerly known as Augean Robotics, a self-reliance company providing …

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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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Illinois man ran business telling customers how to launch cyber attacks: DOJ

An Illinois man successfully ran a computer teardown service until the federal government intervened. The man, Matthew Gatrel, 32, of St. Charles, was convicted by a federal jury of running websites that “allowed paid users” to launch distributed denial of service attacks, or DDoS, according to the Department of Justice, …

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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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In a rare move, the Japanese regulator will oversee the struggling Mizuho IT system – source

A pedestrian is reflected in a sign showing the logo of Japanese group Mizuho Financial Group Inc in front of the bank’s headquarters in Tokyo, Japan on May 15, 2015. REUTERS / Yuya Shino The FSA will oversee the IT system – source Technical issues persisted despite the overhaul Mizuho …

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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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Finflux Announces Addition of World Class Advisory Board

As part of its goal of creating affordable and equitable financial access for individuals and businesses around the world, FinFlux is delighted to announce the addition of four new members to its world-class advisory board. The advisory board is made up of business and technology leaders in the fields of …

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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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Sharon Glassberg, MCC, presents on trauma and community programming for Holocaust survivors in the Tucson area

Most Holocaust survivors living today were children or adolescents during the Holocaust. Their worldview was shaped by trauma at a critical time in their development. Growing up with intense trauma teaches us that the world is not safe. Holocaust survivors saw the world as traumatic, war, deprivation, starvation, torture, murder, …

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Russian-linked group hacks 200 companies with ransomware

(Bloomberg) – A Russian-linked hacking group has compromised around 200 companies in an ongoing large-scale ransomware attack, according to cybersecurity firm Huntress Labs Inc. The hackers were targeting managed service providers, which often provide IT support to small and medium-sized businesses, according to Huntress Labs. By targeting a Managed Service …

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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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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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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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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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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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NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA) a smart long-term buy?

“In this letter we highlight a ‘bet’: a follow-up to our December letter in which we wrote extensively on our general thesis on the desirability of artificial intelligence. We present a case study of NVIDIA which, according to us, is uniquely positioned to capture this opportunity. Unfortunately, for some readers, …

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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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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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Workday and Okta attractions go beyond remote working

The structural benefits of the remote work trend are already visible before the pandemic Expect heavy R&D commitments with both companies firmly in expansionary mode Positive results in the first quarter for the likes of Okta (NASDAQ: OKTA) and Working day (NASDAQ: WDAY) has shown the benefits of the pandemic …

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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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RSS vs BJP: Discord in the family – UP Front News

At the end of his seventh year as the country’s prime minister, Narendra Modi never thought his relationship with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) would be on such slippery ground. After all, Modi, now a Pracharak politician, has indulged at least two of the Sangh’s obsessions: Ram Mandir in Ayodhya …

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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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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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RIT researchers use Frontera supercomputer to study eccentric binary black hole fusions

Researchers at the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation (CCRG) at the Rochester Institute of Technology are using the world’s most powerful university supercomputer to perform simulations that will help scientists study eccentric binary black hole mergers. Professor Carlos Lousto of CCRG and the School of Mathematical Sciences was awarded …

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Waste industry raised nearly $ 812 million in first batch of PPP loans, as stimulus bill sets up second round

The coronavirus relief package passed by Congress and presented to President Donald Trump this week, partially reinvigorates the Federal Paycheque Protection Program (P3P) with a new fund of 284 billion dollars. If the bill is signed by Trump, this development could match a new inflow of capital for the waste …

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insitro raises $ 400 million in Series C funding

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – insitro, a machine learning-focused drug discovery and development company, today announced that it has raised $ 400 million in Series C funding. The funding was led by the ‘Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments), with significant participation from current investors Andreessen Horowitz, …

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