EuroHPC Expands: United Kingdom Joins as 35th Member

May 14, 2024

The United Kingdom has officially joined the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, becoming the 35th member state. This was confirmed after the 38th Governing Board meetin Read more…

Empowering High-Performance Computing for Artificial Intelligence

April 19, 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI) presents some of the most challenging demands in information technology, especially concerning computing power and data movement.  Read more…

Next Euro HPC Chip Coming Next Year Will Be in 2026 EU Exascale System

March 7, 2024

The next supercomputing chip for Europe's homegrown exascale supercomputer will come next year, according to an updated product roadmap. The 2025-bound Rhea- Read more…

EU Grabs Arm for First Exaflops 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…

France Will Host EuroHPC’s Second Exascale Supercomputer

June 20, 2023

Hot off the heels of the announcement of Sweden’s Arrhenius system yesterday, the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (JU) has announced the hosts and operators of Euro Read more…

EuroHPC Announces New Swedish Supercomputer, ‘Arrhenius’

June 19, 2023

During the EuroHPC Summit a few months ago, Anders Jensen – EuroHPC’s executive director – suggested that new mid-range EuroHPC supercomputers might be an Read more…

Inside ComPatAI, One of LUMI’s First Projects

June 8, 2023

About a year ago, the LUMI supercomputer – a EuroHPC system based at a CSC datacenter in Kajaani, Finland – debuted in third place on the Top500 list (a pos Read more…

MareNostrum 5 Hits Speed Bumps; Iconic Chapel to Host Quantum Systems

May 23, 2023

MareNostrum 5, the next-generation supercomputer at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) and one of EuroHPC’s flagship pre-exascale systems, has had a di Read more…

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