Inside an Ambitious Play to Shake Up HPC and the Texas Grid

August 2, 2022

With HPC demand ballooning and Moore’s law slowing down, modern supercomputers often undergo exhaustive efficiency efforts aimed at ameliorating exorbitant energy bills and correspondingly large carbon footprints. Others, meanwhile, are asking: is min-maxing the best option, or are there easier paths to reducing the bills and emissions of... Read more…

Future of Fintech on Display at HPC + AI Wall Street

September 17, 2020

Those who tuned in for Tuesday's HPC + AI Wall Street event got a peak at the future of fintech and lively discussion of topics like blockchain, AI for risk man Read more…

HPC + AI Wall Street Spotlights Cryptocurrencies, Infrastructure, More

September 8, 2020

High performance computing has long been a driver of competitive advantage in banking and finance. Some of the first supercomputers deployed by industry were us Read more…

Bitcoin Mining on Russian Nuclear Supercomputer Proves Costly

October 2, 2019

One of three Russian scientists arrested in February 2018, on charges of using a classified government computer to mine cryptocurrency has been fined 450,000 rubles, equivalent to US$7,000. Denis Baykov, a former employee of the Federal Nuclear Center in Sarov... Read more…

Digital Gold Rush Powered by GPUs

October 9, 2012

Coinlab, a Seattle-based startup that offers a unique monetization service, is considering a move into high performance computing. Today the company mines Bitcoins, digital currency to help online gamers make money. But they believe the same infrastructure that powers their operation can be parlayed into an HPC service business. Read more…

Digital Gold Rush Powered by GPUs

October 9, 2012

Coinlab, a Seattle-based startup that offers a unique monetization service, is considering a move into high performance computing. Today the company mines Bitcoins, digital currency to help online gamers make money. But they believe the same infrastructure that powers their operation can be parlayed into an HPC service business. Read more…

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