Europe to Dish out €270 Million to Build RISC-V Hardware and Software

December 16, 2022

The European Union will release €270 million in funds as it tries to attain technology independence by building chips based on the open RISC-V instruction set Read more…

Europe’s Chip Sovereignty Altering US Chip Companies’ Exascale Approach

November 16, 2022

Europe’s sovereign approach to exascale computing is complicating plans for U.S. chipmakers to breakthrough in the market, and in the process, empowering local chipmakers. For one, a European chip startup called SiPearl is emerging as an early... Read more…

Hyperion Paints a Positive Picture of the HPC Market

November 8, 2022

Return to normalcy is too strong, but the latest portrait of the HPC market presented by Hyperion Research yesterday is a positive one. Total 2022 HPC revenue ( Read more…

Intel Flexing Chip Manufacturing to Minimize Export-control Issues

October 25, 2022

A bill that released close to $50 billion to boost chip production in the U.S. was met with euphoria among chipmakers. But that joy was short-lived when the U.S. this month banned shipment of advanced chips to China. The export controls are meant to choke China’s computing progress by denying access to U.S.-origin chip design software... Read more…

Europe’s Digital Twins for Earth Kick Off, Crown Jewel Supercomputers in Tow

October 19, 2022

In late 2020, the European Union announced plans for its Destination Earth (“DestinE”) moonshot project to create multiple digital twins of Earth, including Read more…

Q&A with EPI Chair Eric Monchalin, an HPCwire Person to Watch in 2022

September 9, 2022

HPCwire presents our interview with Eric Monchalin, chair of European Processor Initiative & VP, head of machine intelligence, Atos, and an HPCwire 2022 Person to Watch. Monchalin recaps the EPI program strategy, explains the motivations for tech soveriengty and gives a view to current and future computing... Read more…

SEA Changes: How EuroHPC Is Preparing for Exascale

August 5, 2022

Back in June, the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking – which serves as the EU’s concerted supercomputing play – announced its first exascale system: JUPITER, set to be installed by the Jülich Supercomputing Centre (FZJ) in 2023. But EuroHPC has been preparing for the exascale era for a much longer time: eight months... Read more…

EuroHPC Announces First Exascale Supercomputer and Four Other Systems

June 15, 2022

Just a couple of weeks ago, EuroHPC Executive Director Anders Jensen told HPCwire that there would be big news coming out of the meeting of EuroHPC’s governing board in Kajaani, Finland yesterday. He wasn’t joking: today, the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking announced the first details of its first exascale system and also announced host sites and names for four additional... Read more…

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