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…

EuroHPC Executive Director Talks Europe’s Supercomputing Future

May 1, 2023

Following the EuroHPC Summit conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, last month, HPCwire asked Steve Conway, senior analyst at Intersect360 Research, to interview And Read more…

Destination Earth Takes Form as EuroHPC’s Flagship Workload

March 30, 2023

When the EuroHPC Summit was held last week in Gothenburg, there was a distinct shift in tone for the maturing supercomputing play. With LUMI and Leonardo – pl Read more…

EuroHPC Summit: Tackling Exascale, Energy, Industry & Sovereignty

March 24, 2023

As the 2023 EuroHPC Summit opened in Gothenburg on Monday, Herbert Zeisel – chair of EuroHPC’s Governing Board – commented that the undertaking had “lef Read more…

Leonardo Supercomputer Approved for ‘LISA’ Upgrade

December 15, 2022

Fresh off its inauguration just weeks ago, the EuroHPC-organized, Cineca-operated Leonardo supercomputer has been approved for a major expansion called LISA. Th 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…

As LUMI Launches, a Look at the State of EuroHPC

June 13, 2022

Today, the LUMI pre-exascale supercomputer was inaugurated in Kajaani, Finland. LUMI—which currently weighs in around 152 Linpack petaflops, but is expected to soon exceed 375—represents the largest success thus far of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, Europe’s concerted supercomputing play. LUMI marks the beginning of the end for the first phase of EuroHPC, but the... Read more…

EuroHPC Issues Calls for Quantum Computers, System Upgrades

April 1, 2022

Last September, the EU’s EuroHPC Joint Undertaking was budgeted through 2027, announcing a slew of major goals for that timeframe. Among them: quantum computi Read more…

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