Supercomputing 2023: Odds and Ends from the Show

November 20, 2023

This year's fantastic Supercomputing 2023 was back in full form. Attendees seemed to be glad that the show was back in Denver, which was a preferred destination Read more…

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Forget Zettascale, Trouble is Brewing in Scaling Exascale Supercomputers

November 14, 2023

In 2021, Intel famously declared its goal to get to zettascale supercomputing by 2027, or scaling today's Exascale computers by 1,000 times. Moving forward t Read more…

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Leveraging Machine Learning in Dark Matter Research for the Aurora Exascale System 

September 25, 2023

Scientists have unlocked many secrets about particle interactions at atomic and subatomic levels. However, one mystery that has eluded researchers is dark matte Read more…

AMReX: A Performance-Portable Framework for Block-Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Applications

August 21, 2023

Performance, portability, and broad functionality are all key features of the AMReX software framework, which was developed by researchers at Lawrence Berkeley Read more…

Top500: Frontier Gains 92 Petaflops; Henri Gets a Little Greener

May 22, 2023

It’s not quite homeostasis, but it's close. There was little movement in the latest Top500, released today from the International Supercomputing Conference (I Read more…

Q&A with ORNL’s Travis Humble, an HPCwire Person to Watch in 2023

May 12, 2023

Travis Humble is the director the Quantum Science Center (QSC) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. QSC is one of six National QIS Research established by the U.S. National Quantum Initiative Act (NQIA) in 2018 and being overseen by the Department of Energy. Hopes are high that these centers, through their own research and in collaboration... Read more…

White House Budget Request Includes Funding for Leadership-Class Computing Facility

March 10, 2023

The U.S. government is dedicating a record amount of $25 billion as part of the 2024 budget to emerging technologies as the country looks to counter the technology threat from China. The budget includes billions of dollars earmarked to boost the supercomputing infrastructure, semiconductors, and cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence and quantum computing. The technology... Read more…

At ORNL, Jeff Smith Becomes Interim Director, as Search for Permanent Lab Chief Continues

January 20, 2023

UT-Battelle, which manages Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for the U.S. Department of Energy, has appointed Jeff Smith as interim director for the lab as t Read more…

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