EU Grabs ARM for First ExaFLOP Supercomputer, x86 Misses Out

October 4, 2023

The configuration of Europe's first exascale supercomputer, Jupiter, has been finalized, and it is a win for Nvidia and a disappointment for x86 chip vendors In Read more…

Intel’s First Products Out of German Fab Could be HPC Gear

June 2, 2022

The first products out of Intel's new factories in Germany, which will start operations between 2025 and 2027, will be for high-performance computing. “We're eager to have the first products out for the German fab to be servicing or HPC customers. So, we're doing that,” said Jeff McVeigh, vice president and general manager of Intel's supercomputing group... Read more…

EuroHPC Issues Calls for Quantum Computers, System Upgrades

April 1, 2022

Last September, the EU’s EuroHPC Joint Undertaking was budgeted through 2027, announcing a slew of major goals for that timeframe. Among them: quantum computi Read more…

European Chips Act Aims to Establish EU Semiconductor Sovereignty

February 10, 2022

One of the farthest-reaching and longest-lasting impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic has been its impact on the global supply chain—a massive disruption that has increased scarcity, raised prices and introduced delays for a wide variety of products. The impacts have been particularly acute for products that require semiconductors, including everything from gaming consoles and phones to vehicles and healthcare devices. Read more…

The European Processor Initiative’s Ambitious Vision of the Future

September 19, 2019

With the EuroHPC program well underway, much of the European Union’s ambition to be a leader in the exascale era rests with the European Processor Initiative Read more…

European Commission Proposes €9.2 Billion for HPC, AI, and More

June 6, 2018

As a complement to its Digital Single Market strategy, the European Commission today proposed a €9.2 billion investment aimed at increasing the EU’s international competitiveness and developing its digital capabilities. Read more…

PRACE 2017 Annual Report: Exascale Aspirations; Industry Collaboration; HPC Training

May 15, 2018

The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) today released its annual report showcasing 2017 activities and providing a glimpse into thinking about Read more…

EU Funds 20 Million Euro ARM+FPGA Exascale Project

September 7, 2017

At the Barcelona Supercomputer Centre on Wednesday (Sept. 6), 16 partners gathered to launch the EuroEXA project, which invests €20 million over three-and-a-half years into exascale-focused research and development. Led by the Horizon 2020 program, EuroEXA picks up the banner of a triad of partner projects — ExaNeSt, EcoScale and ExaNoDe — building on their work... Read more…

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