ASC16 Kicks Off in Wuhan, China: 16 Teams, $40k in Prizes

April 18, 2016

The fifth annual Asia Student Supercomputer Challenge (ASC16) got off to an exciting start this morning at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) in Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province, China. Read more…

Asia Student Supercomputer Challenge Emphasizes Applications, Scalability

April 21, 2014

This morning at 8am local time, the final round of the 2014 Asia Student Supercomputer Challenge (ASC14) commenced in Guangzhou, China. The setting for the ch Read more…

Asia’s Place in the Exascale Pack

December 6, 2013

Efforts to field the first exascale supercomputer are currently in play by such nations as China, Japan, the US, and the EU. Not only would this achievement pro Read more…

IBM Fueling Data Center Development in APAC

January 25, 2011

This week IBM announced another addition in its string of cloud computing data center initiatives rooted in the Asia-Pacific region. This brings the company to over $100 million in investment in APAC as analyst figures continue to match this sense of hope for the region's vast market. Read more…

Petascale Supers Poised for Debut in Asia

January 19, 2010

China and Singapore gear up petascale efforts. Read more…

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