SCREAM Wins Gordon Bell Climate Prize at SC23

November 21, 2023

The first Gordon Bell Prize for Climate Modeling was presented at SC23 in Denver. The award went to a team led by Sandia National Laboratories that had develope Read more…

Material Simulation with Quantum Accuracy Wins 2023 ACM Gordon Bell Prize

November 20, 2023

Accurately calculating interactions among electrons has been a significant obstacle to reliable material exploration and design through computer modeling. Recen Read more…

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Forget Zettascale, Trouble is Brewing in Scaling Exascale Supercomputers

November 14, 2023

In 2021, Intel famously declared its goal to get to zettascale supercomputing by 2027, or scaling today's Exascale computers by 1,000 times. Moving forward t Read more…

Top500: Aurora Is in the House, But It Is Still Frontier’s Party

November 13, 2023

The fall 2023 TOP500 list is out and Frontier retains its top spot and is still the only exascale machine. However, five new or upgraded systems have shaken up Read more…

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Argonne Places Aurora’s “Golden Blade” as Much Awaited Supercomputer Gathers Steam 

July 24, 2023

While not a golden HPC spike, the final blade has been loaded into Aurora. As mentioned previously, final preparation of Aurora is underway. Aurora the "almost Read more…

Aurora’s 10,624 Blades in Place as Exascale System Nears Completion

June 22, 2023

Aurora, one of the first three U.S. exascale supercomputers, has not had a straightforward path to installation and operation. The system has been repeatedly re Read more…

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…

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