Cerebras Chip Part of Project to Spot Post-exascale Technology

October 19, 2022

Cerebras Systems has secured another U.S. government win for its wafer scale engine chip – which is considered the largest chip in the world. The company's chip technology will be part of a research project sponsored by the National Nuclear Security Administration to find... Read more…

Supercomputer Models Explosives Critical for Nuclear Weapons

August 6, 2022

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) is one of the laboratories that operates under the auspices of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), which manages the United States’ stockpile of nuclear weapons. Amid major efforts to modernize that stockpile, LLNL has announced that researchers from its own Energetic Materials Center... Read more…

Cornelis Networks Wins $18M NNSA Award to Advance Omni-Path

May 4, 2022

Intel spinoff Cornelis Networks, custodian and developer of the Omni-Path networking portfolio, is now closer to reaching its next-gen networking roadmap targets thanks to an R&D contract with the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA). The contract is valued at $18 million. The Next-Generation High Performance Computing Network (NG-HPCN) project brings together NNSA labs and... Read more…

HPE Strikes Deal to Provide Crossroads, a New Supercomputer for the Nuclear Stockpile

October 1, 2020

The three national laboratories (Lawrence Livermore, Los Alamos and Sandia) that support the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) occupy a strange role in the landscape of government-funded research and supercomputing. The NNSA manages the military applications of nuclear science... Read more…

NNSA Taps Penguin Computing for 7-9 Petaflops ‘Open’ HPC Cluster

October 21, 2015

Per a newly-inked contract with Penguin Computing, the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) is set to receive its third join Read more…

First Details Emerge from Cray on Trinity Supercomputer

July 10, 2014

Note - 7:32 p.m. Eastern: We have full details from Los Alamos about the system in a detailed update article. Cray has been granted one of the largest award Read more…

Sequoia Goes Core-AZY

March 20, 2013

LLNL researchers have successfully harnessed all 1,572,864 of Sequoia's cores for one impressive simulation. Read more…

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