Supercomputer Waste Heat Becomes a Source of Home Heating in Edinburgh Initiative

January 24, 2024

The University of Edinburgh has initiated a £2.6 million feasibility study on utilizing excess heat from its Advanced Computing Facility (ACF) for residential Read more…

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July 12, 2023

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Exascale Frontier Supercomputer Has Passed Formal Acceptance: What That Means

May 22, 2023

Fresh off their third Top500 win for Frontier – now with an 8.4% higher Linpack score – the HPC team at Oak Ridge National Laboratory had some exciting news to share today. Frontier has passed its acceptance and is taking on grand scientific challenges. “Acceptance of Frontier took place at the... 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…

Q&A with HPE’s Trish Damkroger, an HPCwire Person to Watch in 2023

April 29, 2023

HPCwire 2023 Person to Watch Trish Damkroger is a long-time HPC enthusiast and seasoned exec hailing from a 17 year tenure at Lawrence Livermore Lab, followed by five years of leading HPC strategy at Intel, before one year ago making the move to HPE (where she is Chief Product Officer and Senior Vice President, HPC, AI & Labs). Read more…

Optical I/O Technology Needed for Zettascale, Say Top Chipmakers

March 16, 2023

Optical I/O is being singled out by top companies to push computing beyond exascale and into zettascale. The technology was singled out in a recent speech by AM Read more…

From Exasperation to Exascale: HPE’s Nic Dubé on Frontier’s Untold Story

December 2, 2022

The Frontier supercomputer – still fresh off its chart-topping 1.1 Linpack exaflops run and maintaining its number-one spot on the Top500 list – was still v Read more…

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