EPCC Bets on Cerebras CS-1 to Boost AI Capabilities in EDIF Buildout

February 3, 2021

EPCC, the supercomputing center at the University of Edinburgh, today announced plans to deploy a combination HPE/Cerebras system in its growing Edinburgh Inter Read more…

A BoF to Boost Your Supercomputing Outreach Skills

November 9, 2016

In this Q&A, University of Edinburgh researcher Nick Brown discusses an upcoming SC BoF, titled "HPC Outreach: Promoting Supercomputing to the Next Generation." The BoF, organized by Brown and two of his colleagues, focuses not only on outreach to different groups of people, but also some of the questions around diversity and ways to best design activities that are inclusive to all. Read more…

Wave Energy Gains Momentum with HPC

July 30, 2014

You are no doubt familiar with solar parks and wind farms, but what about wave farms? With the disastrous implications of climate change pushing government and Read more…

Team EPCC Reveals Secret Weapon Behind Winning Linpack Score

July 3, 2014

When Team EPCC first announced that they had earned “Highest Linpack” at ISC'14 Student Cluster Competition with a score of 10.14 teraflops, they said to s Read more…

EU Launches HPC Cloud Experiment

October 11, 2013

Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre (EPCC) is announcing a new HPC cloud project, called Fortissimo, aimed at boosting the competitiveness of European industry, specifically small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) who use digital simulation and modeling. Read more…

ADEPT Emphasizes Energy-Efficient Parallelism

August 29, 2013

The EU-funded ADEPT project is exploring the energy-efficient use of parallel technologies by combining the talents of HPC and the embedded sector. The goal is to develop a tool for modeling and predicting the power and performance characteristics of parallel systems. Read more…

UK Creates Massive 200,000-Core ‘HPC Service’

February 7, 2013

The United Kingdom is rapidly ramping up its HPC capabilities. The nation just launched its third HPC service in the last 12 months, a 200,000-core powerhouse, called "Accelerator," designed to accommodate a wide range of academic and industry workloads. Read more…

Soft Serve Supercomputing

July 27, 2012

Scientists use latest Cray supercomputer to figure out how to make better ice cream. Read more…

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