Congressional Hearing on U.S. National Quantum Initiative Reauthorization Set for this Week

June 5, 2023

On Wednesday of this week the House Science Committee will hold a hearing as part of the reauthorization effort for the U.S. National Quantum Initiative Act pas Read more…

Tasty CHIPS – New MEC Program to Expand US Prototyping Capabilities Gains Steam

March 16, 2023

Sometime later this year, perhaps around July, the Department of Defense is expected to announce the sites and focus of up to nine hubs associated with the Micr Read more…

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US DOD Ends Cloud Drama with $9 Billion Contract to Top Cloud Providers

December 8, 2022

The U.S. Department of Defense wielded its JEDI powers to procure public cloud services with a diplomatic end to a feud between Amazon and Google to win the multi-billion dollar contract. The DoD broke up a $9 billion contract between the top four cloud providers – Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Oracle – for the  Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability initiative, which will bring the defense branches – Air Force, Army... Read more…

New DARPA Director Brings AI Expertise

August 31, 2020

The Pentagon’s top research agency is extending its technology chops with the appointment of a new director with extensive industry experience in strategic se Read more…

MIT Lincoln Lab Welcomes Green AI Supercomputer: TX-GAIA

September 26, 2019

TX-GAIA (Green AI Accelerator), the new 4.7-petaflops system built by HPE and installed at MIT's Lincoln Laboratory's Supercomputing Center (LLSC) in Holyoke, M Read more…

Indiana University to Investigate Secure Software-Defined Networking

June 28, 2013

Indiana University won $910,000 from the United States Department of Defense for the study of the problems surrounding software-defined networking, including the security of such networking systems. Read more…

Australia Buys Cray Supercomputer to Model New Submarine

June 12, 2013

A Cray supercomputer will help with the design of Australia's next-generation submarine platform. The government's Department of Defence is expected to take delivery on the new system in July. Read more…

Department of Defense Lays Out Cloud Strategy

July 17, 2012

The Department of Defense has announced a cloud computing strategy that aligns the agency with Federal efficiency standards. It details the transition from traditional IT services, including methods to promote adoption, establish an enterprise cloud infrastructure and consolidate datacenter resources. Beyond technical details, the program also aims to overcome any cultural challenges associated with migration to cloud technology. Read more…

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In this era, expansion in digital infrastructure capacity is inevitable. Parallel to this, climate change consciousness is also rising, making sustainability a mandatory part of the organization’s functioning. As computing workloads such as AI and HPC continue to surge, so does the energy consumption, posing environmental woes. IT departments within organizations have a crucial role in combating this challenge. They can significantly drive sustainable practices by influencing newer technologies and process adoption that aid in mitigating the effects of climate change.

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