SC18 Student Cluster Competition – Revealing the Field

It’s November again and we’re almost ready for the kick-off of one of the greatest computer sports events in the world – the SC Student Cluster Competition. This is the twelfth time that te

By Dan Olds

Inspur Releases Powerful Scale-up AI Super-server AGX-5 Accelerated by NVIDIA Tensor Core GPUs

On November 12th, Inspur released its AI super-server AGX-5 at the SC18 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis held in Dallas, USA. Capable of A

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US Leads Supercomputing with #1, #2 Systems & Petascale Arm

The 31st Supercomputing Conference (SC) - commemorating 30 years since the first Supercomputing in 1988 - kicked off in Dallas yesterday, taking over the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center an

By Tiffany Trader

How ASCI Revolutionized the World of High-Performance Computing and Advanced Modeling and Simulation

The 1993 Supercomputing Conference was held in Portland, Oregon. That conference and it’s show floor provided a good snapshot of the uncertainty that U.S. supercomputing was facing in the early

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Chipmakers Look Beyond Accelerators to ‘Balanced’ Systems

November 9, 2018

The Cambrian explosion of about 500 million years ago is a popular metaphor for the tail end of Moore’s Law scaling and the emergence of a variety of processi Read more…

By George Leopold

CEA’s Pick of ThunderX2-based Atos System Boosts Arm

November 8, 2018

Europe’s bet on Arm took another step forward today with selection of an Atos BullSequana X1310 system by CEA’s (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Ener Read more…

By John Russell

Brookhaven Fires up ‘Minerva’ DGX-2 in Pursuit of Data Science and AI

November 6, 2018

As part of its ongoing Computational Science Initiative (CSI) targeting data-intensive science and AI workloads, Brookhaven National Laboratory added a Nvidia DGX-2 supercomputer last month. The move is perhaps not surprising given the gush of data Brookhaven deals with. Read more…

By John Russell

Google and NASA Tackle Quantum Supremacy

November 6, 2018

According to a report yesterday in MIT Technology Review, Google is working with NASA to “prove quantum supremacy within a matter of months.” Tech Reviews r Read more…

By John Russell

What’s New in HPC Research: November (Part 1)

November 5, 2018

In this bimonthly feature, HPCwire will highlight newly published research in the high-performance computing community and related domains. From exascale to qua Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

HPE Spaceborne Computer Tackles Next Challenge – Real Work

November 5, 2018

After a year of proving its mettle aboard the International Space Station (ISS), the Spaceborne Computer from Hewlett Packard Enterprise will become available f Read more…

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Bigger Is Better in (HPC) Storage 

November 2, 2018

Bigger is better in the storage industry – we always want more of it. Many organisations will choose larger drives and usually only use traditional hard disk drives because of cost implications. Read more…

By Laurence Horrocks-Barlow, Lead Storage Consultant at OCF

DOE Researchers Dig Into Ice Sheet Collapse

November 1, 2018

Understanding the mechanics of ice sheet collapse is a crucial step in describing the potential impacts of sea level rise. In order to further that understandin Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

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