South African Cluster Competition Team Enjoys Big Texas HPC Adventure

February 26, 2024

Texas A&M University's High-Performance Research Computing (HPRC) hosted an elite South African delegation on February 8 - undergraduate computer science (a Read more…

Maximizing GPU Performance Amidst Today’s Increasing Shortages

August 16, 2023

The default method for accelerating Deep Learning projects is increasing the size of a GPU cluster. However, the cost is increasingly prohibitive. According to� Read more…

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Public Cloud Services Revenues Surpass $500 Billion in 2022: IDC

July 12, 2023

Worldwide revenue for the public cloud services market totaled $545.8 billion in 2022, an increase of 22.9% over 2021, according to new data from the IDC Worldw Read more…

Intel Admits GPU Mistakes, Reveals New Supercomputing Chip Roadmap

May 22, 2023

Intel has finally provided specific details on wholesale changes it has made to its supercomputing chip roadmap after an abrupt reversal of an ambitious plan to Read more…

Nvidia Announces Hybrid Classical-Quantum Lab at Jülich SC; Touts Rolls Royce Quantum Simulation

May 21, 2023

At ISC this week, Nvidia announced plans for a new hybrid classical-quantum computing lab with partners Jülich Supercomputing Centre and ParTec. The new lab is Read more…

Google’s New AI-Focused ‘A3’ Supercomputer Has 26,000 GPUs

May 10, 2023

Cloud providers are building armies of GPUs to provide more AI firepower. Google is joining the gang with a new supercomputer that has almost 2.5 times the number of GPUs than the world’s third-fastest supercomputer called LUMI. Google announced an AI supercomputer with 26,000 GPUs at its developer conference on Wednesday. Read more…

Intel Sorts out Supercomputing Future Amid Cancellation of GPUs

March 5, 2023

Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger is taking a no-holds-barred approach to cutting costs as he whips the company back into financial shape. Intel has already exited seven businesses, and recently made wholesale graphics processors changes by axing products and changing its enterprise GPU roadmap. Intel has scrapped a supercomputer GPU codenamed Rialto Bridge, which was advertised... Read more…

Google and Microsoft Set up AI Hardware Battle with Next-Generation Search

February 20, 2023

Microsoft and Google are driving a major computing shift by bringing AI to people via search engines, and one measure of success may come down to the hardware a Read more…

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