Survey Results: PsiQuantum, ORNL, and D-Wave Tackle Benchmarking, Networking, and More

September 19, 2022

The are many issues in quantum computing today – among the more pressing are benchmarking, networking and development of hybrid classical-quantum approaches. Read more…

DOE and ORNL Dedicate Frontier Supercomputer

August 17, 2022

“It is my privilege to welcome you to the dedication of Frontier, the supercomputer that broke the exascale barrier.” That was the introduction by Oak Ridge National Laboratory Director Thomas Zacharia, at a small, public event on August 17 to officially dedicate the supercomputer, which in May became the first system to achieve over 1.0 exaflops of 64-bit performance on the... Read more…

Glimpse into ORNL Quantum Science Center Efforts to Find the Elusive Majorana and Much More

August 16, 2022

The Quantum Science Center (QSC), headquartered at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, is one of five such centers created by the National Quantum Initiative Act in 2018 and run by the Department of Energy. They all have distinct and overlapping goals. That’s sort of the point, to bring both focus and cooperation... Read more…

HPCwire Talks Exascale with Doug Kothe at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

July 6, 2022

In this one-on-one interview, Doug Kothe – associate laboratory director, Computing and Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and director Read more…

Exclusive Inside Look at First US Exascale Supercomputer

July 1, 2022

HPCwire takes you inside the Frontier datacenter at DOE's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Oak Ridge, Tenn., for an interview with Frontier Project Direc Read more…

US Pursues Next-gen Exascale Systems with 5-10x the Performance of Frontier

June 28, 2022

With the Linpack exaflops milestone achieved by the Frontier supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the United States is turning its attention to the next crop of exascale machines, some 5-10x more performant than Frontier. At least one such system is being planned for the 2025-2030 timeline, and the DOE is soliciting input from the vendor community... Read more…

The Final Frontier: US Has Its First Exascale Supercomputer

May 30, 2022

In April 2018, the U.S. Department of Energy announced plans to procure a trio of exascale supercomputers at a total cost of up to $1.8 billion dollars. Over the ensuing four years, many announcements were made, many deadlines were missed, and a pandemic threw the world into disarray. Now, at long last, HPE and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have announced that the first of those... Read more…

ECP Director Doug Kothe Named ORNL Associate Laboratory Director

May 16, 2022

The Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) has selected Doug Kothe to be the next Associate Laboratory Director for its Computing and Computational Sciences Directorate (CCSD), HPCwire has learned. Kothe will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Jeff Nichols, whose last day is July 1. Kothe will transition into the position on June 6. As director of the United States' Exascale Computing Project... Read more…

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