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HPC Hardware Contracts: Backlash as Security Ignored in Performance Pursuit

November 16, 2023

The security of supercomputers has been grossly ignored in the pursuit of horsepower. Still, there is a growing realization that security is needed to prevent b Read more…

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Leveraging Machine Learning in Dark Matter Research for the Aurora Exascale System 

September 25, 2023

Scientists have unlocked many secrets about particle interactions at atomic and subatomic levels. However, one mystery that has eluded researchers is dark matte Read more…

MIT Researchers Successfully Integrate 2D Materials Directly on Silicon Circuit

May 4, 2023

At the MIT.nano facility, researchers demonstrated a newly developed low-temperature process for growing 2D transition metal dichalcogenide (TMD) materials righ Read more…

Meta, MIT, Others Test Robotic Arm in Optical AI Infrastructure

April 19, 2023

Researchers at Meta, MIT and other institutions connected servers with a dozen Nvidia GPUs with optical switches and a robotic arm, devising a new interconnect Read more…

MIT Introduces Twist – A New Quantum Programming Language to Help Curb Errors

February 24, 2022

Programming quantum computers presents a host of problems. Consider the role of entanglement, the idea that qubits can be inextricably linked; it’s the basis Read more…

NSF Awards $11M to SDSC, MIT and Univ. of Oregon to Secure the Internet

October 14, 2021

From a security standpoint, the internet is a problem. The infrastructure developed decades ago has cracked, leaked and been patched up innumerable times, leavi Read more…

Will Approximation Drive Post-Moore’s Law HPC Gains?

July 26, 2021

“Hardware-based improvements are going to get more and more difficult,” said Neil Thompson, an innovation scholar at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL). “I think that’s something that this crowd will probably, actually, be already familiar with.” Thompson, speaking... Read more…

MIT Makes a Big Breakthrough in Nonsilicon Transistors

December 10, 2020

What if Silicon Valley moved beyond silicon? In the 80’s, Seymour Cray was asking the same question, delivering at Supercomputing 1988 a talk titled “What’s All This About Gallium Arsenide?” The supercomputing legend intended to make gallium arsenide (GaA) the material of the future... Read more…

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Data centers are experiencing increasing power consumption, space constraints and cooling demands due to the unprecedented computing power required by today’s chips and servers. HVAC cooling systems consume approximately 40% of a data center’s electricity. These systems traditionally use air conditioning, air handling and fans to cool the data center facility and IT equipment, ultimately resulting in high energy consumption and high carbon emissions. Data centers are moving to direct liquid cooled (DLC) systems to improve cooling efficiency thus lowering their PUE, operating expenses (OPEX) and carbon footprint.

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Divergent initially used on-premises workstations to run HPC simulations but faced challenges because their workstations could not achieve fast enough simulation times. Divergent also needed to free staff from managing the HPC system, CAE integration and IT update tasks.

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