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GPU and accelerated-computing powerhouse Nvidia today announced a new programming platform – NVIDIA Quantum Optimized Device Architecture (QODA) – targeting development and management of appl

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Thomas Sterling’s ISC Keynote Celebrates Frontier and the Exascale Tour de Force

June 1, 2022

For a change, said Thomas Sterling, long-time ISC keynoter and HPC pioneer, picking a theme for his 2022 talk wasn’t a challenge. “What is the word you need that everyone will remember and agree to about a particular year? This was easy. It's exaflops. I mean real exaflops, you know, the kind you can get your teeth into exaflops, not words like exascale or low-precision exaflops, or 'we know what an exaflops is, right... Read more…

Hyperion: HPC Market is Stabilizing and Headed to $50B by 2026

May 30, 2022

While echoes of the pandemic continue rippling through the HPC landscape – primarily lingering supply chain issues – the outlook for the HPC market writ large is strong, according to Hyperion Research, which delivered its ISC 2022 HPC market update today. Last year, HPC spending (on premise, cloud, and AI) neared $35 billion and is on track to reach... Read more…

Nvidia Announces Database of 100K AI and HPC-enabled Brain Images

May 30, 2022

During a special address at ISC today, general manager and vice president of Accelerated Computing at Nvidia, Ian Buck, shared promising news for the future of Read more…

Top500: Exascale Is Officially Here with Debut of Frontier

May 30, 2022

The 59th installment of the Top500 list, issued today from ISC 2022 in Hamburg, Germany, officially marks a new era in supercomputing with the debut of the first-ever exascale system on the list. Frontier, deployed at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, achieved 1.102 exaflops in its fastest High Performance Linpack run, which was completed... Read more…

The Final Frontier: US Has Its First Exascale Supercomputer

May 30, 2022

In April 2018, the U.S. Department of Energy announced plans to procure a trio of exascale supercomputers at a total cost of up to $1.8 billion dollars. Over the ensuing four years, many announcements were made, many deadlines were missed, and a pandemic threw the world into disarray. Now, at long last, HPE and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have announced that the first of those... Read more…

ANL Special Colloquium on The Future of Computing

May 19, 2022

There are, of course, a myriad of ideas regarding computing’s future. At yesterday’s Argonne National Laboratory’s Director’s Special Colloquium, The Future of Computing, guest speaker Sadasivan Shankar, did his best to convince the audience that the high-energy cost of the current computing paradigm – not (just) economic cost; we’re talking entropy here – is fundamentally undermining computing’s progress such that... Read more…

Hyperion Study Tracks Rise and Impact of Linux Supercomputers

May 17, 2022

That supercomputers produce impactful, lasting value is a basic tenet among the HPC community. To make the point more formally, Hyperion Research has issued a n Read more…

Plastic-Eating Enzyme Breakthrough Enabled by Supercomputing

May 6, 2022

More than 90 percent of plastic remains unrecycled, and as a result, billions of tons of plastic reside in landfills (or worse, in natural environments) around Read more…

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