2022 Road Trip: Sandia Brain Trust Sounds Off

As the 2022 Great American Supercomputing Road Trip carries on, it’s Sandia’s turn. It was a bright sunny day when I rolled into Albuquerque after a high-speed run from Los Alamos National La

By Dan Olds

2022 HPC Road Trip: Los Alamos

With SC22 in the rearview mirror, it’s time to get back to the 2022 Great American Supercomputing Road Trip. To refresh everyone’s memory, I jumped in the car on November 3rd and headed towar

By Dan Olds

SC22’s ‘HPC Accelerates’ Plenary Stresses Need for Collaboration

Every year, SC has a theme. For SC22 – held last week in Dallas – it was “HPC Accelerates”: a theme that conference chair Candace Culhane said reflected “how supercomputing is continuou

By Oliver Peckham

AI Trifecta – MLPerf Issues Latest HPC, Training, and Tiny Benchmarks

MLCommons yesterday issued its latest round of MLPerf benchmarks – for Training, HPC, and Tiny. Releasing three sets of benchmarks at the same time makes parsing the results, never an easy chor

By John Russell

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Hyperion Paints a Positive Picture of the HPC Market

November 8, 2022

Return to normalcy is too strong, but the latest portrait of the HPC market presented by Hyperion Research yesterday is a positive one. Total 2022 HPC revenue ( Read more…

Q&A with SC22 Job Fair Chair Kate Carter

November 8, 2022

Everyone knows about the workforce challenges in high-performance computing. Whether from the candidate’s point of view or from the perspective of the academic, lab and vendor institutions, it's important to find the right fit. SC22, which takes place next week (Nov. 13-18) in Dallas, is hosting a job fair to help make these career connections. Read more…

Tour Stop #2: Idaho Lights it Up

November 7, 2022

I didn’t have to drive much to check Idaho National Laboratory (INL) off my 2022 Great American Supercomputing Road Trip list. The interview was originally sc Read more…

Supercomputing Road Trip: Pacific Northwest Kick-Off

November 5, 2022

The 2022 Great American Supercomputing Road Trip started in fine style with my first stop at Pacific Northwest National Lab in Richland, Washington – about 250 miles from home base. This was my first visit to the lab and I came away highly impressed by their ambitious projects plus the range and depth of their work. In total... Read more…

Do You Believe in Science? Take the HPC Covid Safety Pledge

September 28, 2022

ISC 2022 was back in person, and the celebration was on. Frontier had been named the first exascale supercomputer on the Top500 list, and workshops, poster sess Read more…

Inside the Gordon Bell Prize Finalist Projects

September 7, 2022

The ACM Gordon Bell Prize, which comes with a $10,000 award courtesy of HPC luminary Gordon Bell, is widely considered the highest prize in high-performance com Read more…

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