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Is Fortran the Best Programming Language? Asking ChatGPT

March 23, 2023

I recently wrote about my experience with interviewing ChatGPT here. As promised, in this follow-on and conclusion of my interview, I focus on Fortran and other languages. All in good fun. I hope you enjoy the conclusion of my interview. After my programming language questions, I conclude with a few notes... Read more…

Intel’s Sapphire Rapids Comes to Australia’s Gadi Supercomputer

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Until the launch of Pawsey’s Setonix system last year, NCI’s Gadi system – launched in 2020 – was Australia’s most powerful publicly ranked supercomputer. Now, the system has received a major boost powered by I Read more…

Nvidia Announces BlueField-3 GA, Oracle Cloud Is Early User

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Nvidia today announced general availability for its BlueField-3 data processing unit (DPU) along with impressive early deployments including Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. First described in 2021 and now being delivered, B Read more…

DGX Cloud Is Here: Nvidia’s AI Factory Services Start at $37,000

March 21, 2023

If you are a die-hard Nvidia loyalist, be ready to pay a fortune to use its AI factories in the cloud. Renting the GPU company's DGX Cloud, which is an all-inclusive AI supercomputer in the cloud, starts at $36,999 per instance for a month. The rental includes access to a cloud computer with eight Nvidia H100 or A100 GPUs and 640GB... Read more…

Nvidia Advances Hybrid Quantum with Introduction of DGX Quantum Platform

March 21, 2023

Nvidia's homegrown combined CPU and GPU offering, called Grace Hopper, has been slow out of the gate, but the chipmaker is finding a new use for it in simulating quantum computing. The Grace Hopper chip is being used alongside Quantum Machines' quantum hardware to facilitate quantum-classical computing. Read more…

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Quantum Bits: IBM-Cleveland Clinic Launch; D-Wave Adds Solver; DOE/AWS Offer QICK

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IBM today launched the first installation of an IBM Quantum System One at a collaborator site in the U.S. – this one is at the Cleveland Clinic where IBM’s 127-qubit Eagle QPU will be used for medical research. D-Wav Read more…

Nvidia Announces BlueField-3 GA, Oracle Cloud Is Early User

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DGX Cloud Is Here: Nvidia’s AI Factory Services Start at $37,000

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If you are a die-hard Nvidia loyalist, be ready to pay a fortune to use its AI factories in the cloud. Renting the GPU company's DGX Cloud, which is an all-inclusive AI supercomputer in the cloud, starts at $36,999 per instance for a month. The rental includes access to a cloud computer with eight Nvidia H100 or A100 GPUs and 640GB... Read more…

Quantum Bits: IBM-Cleveland Clinic Launch; D-Wave Adds Solver; DOE/AWS Offer QICK

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IBM today launched the first installation of an IBM Quantum System One at a collaborator site in the U.S. – this one is at the Cleveland Clinic where IBM’s Read more…

SCA23: Pawsey’s Mark Stickells on Sustainable Australian Supercomputing

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“While the need for supercomputing is great, we have, in my view, reached a tipping point,” said Mark Stickells, executive director of Australia’s Pawsey Read more…

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Leibniz QIC’s Mission to Coax Qubits and Bits to Work Together

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Four years after passing the U.S. National Quantum Initiative Act and decades after early quantum development and commercialization efforts started – think D- Read more…

Intel Hopes to Stop Server Beating from AMD Next Year

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After getting bruised in servers by AMD, Intel hopes to stop the bleeding in the server market with next year's chip offerings. The difference-making products will be Sierra Forest and Granite Rapids, which are due out in 2024, said Dave Zinsner, chief financial officer at Intel, last week at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom conference. Read more…

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SGI POWERS VIRTUAL OPERATING ROOM USED IN SURGEON TRAINING

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U.S. Will Relax Export Restrictions on Supercomputers

October 6, 1995

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Dutch HPC Center Will Have 20 GFlop, 76-Node SP2 Online by 1996

October 6, 1995

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Cray Delivers J916 Compact Supercomputer to Solvay Chemical

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NEC Laboratory Reviews First Year of Cooperative Projects

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Sun and Sybase Say SQL Server 11 Benchmarks at 4544.60 tpmC

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New Study Says Parallel Processing Market Will Reach $14B in 1999

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CORNELL I-WAY DEMONSTRATION PITS PARASITE AGAINST VICTIM

October 6, 1995

Ithaca, NY --Visitors to this year's Supercomputing '95 (SC'95) conference will witness a life-and-death struggle between parasite and victim, using virtual Read more…

SGI POWERS VIRTUAL OPERATING ROOM USED IN SURGEON TRAINING

October 6, 1995

Surgery simulations to date have largely been created through the development of dedicated applications requiring considerable programming and computer graphi Read more…

U.S. Will Relax Export Restrictions on Supercomputers

October 6, 1995

New York, NY -- U.S. President Bill Clinton has announced that he will definitely relax restrictions on exports of high-performance computers, giving a boost Read more…

Dutch HPC Center Will Have 20 GFlop, 76-Node SP2 Online by 1996

October 6, 1995

Amsterdam, the Netherlands -- SARA, (Stichting Academisch Rekencentrum Amsterdam), Academic Computing Services of Amsterdam recently announced that it has pur Read more…

Cray Delivers J916 Compact Supercomputer to Solvay Chemical

October 6, 1995

Eagan, Minn. -- Cray Research Inc. has delivered a Cray J916 low-cost compact supercomputer and Cray's UniChem client/server computational chemistry software Read more…

NEC Laboratory Reviews First Year of Cooperative Projects

October 6, 1995

Sankt Augustin, Germany -- NEC C&C (Computers and Communication) Research Laboratory at the GMD Technopark has wrapped up its first year of operation. Read more…

Sun and Sybase Say SQL Server 11 Benchmarks at 4544.60 tpmC

October 6, 1995

Mountain View, Calif. -- Sun Microsystems, Inc. and Sybase, Inc. recently announced the first benchmark results for SQL Server 11. The result represents a n Read more…

New Study Says Parallel Processing Market Will Reach $14B in 1999

October 6, 1995

Mountain View, Calif. -- A study by the Palo Alto Management Group (PAMG) indicates the market for parallel processing systems will increase at more than 4 Read more…

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