Ohio Supercomputer Center Debuts ‘Ascend’ GPU Cluster

January 19, 2023

Less than 10 months after it was announced, the Columbus-based Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) has debuted its Dell-built GPU cluster, “Ascend.” Designed to Read more…

Dell Brings GPUs from Intel and Nvidia to New Servers

January 17, 2023

Dell's enterprise computing playbook has diversified in the last year, with new additions like quantum computing and high-performance computing-as-a-service to Read more…

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Quantum-circuit Cutting Fills a Gaping Quantum Computing Hole

December 5, 2022

A universal quantum computer with a million qubits will solve a wide range of problems, but even then, offloading entire problems to a quantum circuit may not be the best use of resources. With that in mind, companies and researchers are paying more attention to the concept of quantum-circuit cutting, which breaks down large quantum circuits into smaller fragments for execution across... Read more…

Dell Builds Tech for Quantum Computers to Interface with Conventional Systems

November 14, 2022

Dell is creating the building blocks to assimilate quantum computers into conventional IT infrastructures as it opens datacenters to new types of accelerated co Read more…

Dell, AMD, IBM, and Strangeworks Dig into Quantum’s Future

October 27, 2022

What’s the quantum computing fuss all about? Should you jump into the game or run as fast as you can away from it? A fascinating panel with committed quantum players, IBM and Strangeworks, and traditional computing powerhouses, Dell (systems) and AMD (chips), tackled this topic at the HPC + AI on Wall Street conference held earlier this... Read more…

Dell Teases High-Performance Computing for Its Apex Multicloud Services

October 13, 2022

Dell may have inadvertently revealed that it has high-performance computing services on its roadmap for its Apex multicloud services. "If I was looking downstream I'd look for Apex versions of HPC," said Jeff Clarke, vice chairman and co-chief operating officer at Dell, in a press conference... Read more…

ORNL Debuts Cumulus-2 Cluster for Climate Data

July 22, 2022

Amid the much-deserved fanfare for the exascale Frontier system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), the lab, in April, launched a much smaller, but more la Read more…

ASU Launching ‘Sol’ Supercomputer

July 13, 2022

Arizona State University (ASU) has announced that its new supercomputer, “Sol,” will launch this summer. Sol, pictured in the header image courtesy of ASU's Read more…

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