Supercomputing 2023: Odds and Ends from the Show

November 20, 2023

This year's fantastic Supercomputing 2023 was back in full form. Attendees seemed to be glad that the show was back in Denver, which was a preferred destination Read more…

Public and Private Sectors Team up to Solve HPC Software Problem 

November 15, 2023

Software implementation in high-performance computing is getting more fragmented as organizations opt for tools in their walled garden environments.  Howeve Read more…

NCSA’s Bill Gropp Digs into MPI – Past, Present, and Future

May 18, 2023

If you work in scientific computing, MPI (message passing interface) is likely a part of your life. It may be hidden underneath the applications you run or you Read more…

Inside NCSA’s Nightingale Cluster, Designed for Sensitive Data

March 10, 2023

The emergence of Covid in 2020 saw an explosion in HPC-powered health research. As the pandemic raged on, though, one limiting factor became increasingly clear: Read more…

NCSA’s Delta System Enters Full Production

October 5, 2022

In June 2020, the NSF awarded the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) $10 million for its post-Blue Waters “Delta” supercomputer. Now, th Read more…

More Details on ‘Half-Exaflop’ Horizon System, LCCF Emerge

September 26, 2022

Since 2017, plans for the Leadership-Class Computing Facility (LCCF) have been underway. Slated for full operation somewhere around 2026, the LCCF’s scope ext Read more…

Five Supercomputers Help Model Crucial Elements of HIV-1

February 25, 2022

The Covid-19 pandemic has brought into sharp relief how small elements of a virus can play a crucial role in combating it with therapeutic drugs and vaccines. I Read more…

This Year’s HPCwire Awards Celebrated Science and the Humans Behind It

December 17, 2021

2021 marked the 18th annual HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards. Coming off a tumultuous 2020, this year marked something of a return to normalcy: m Read more…

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