Pawsey Supercomputing Targets Detailed Regional Climate Projections

March 13, 2023

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Australia is putting its shiny new Setonix supercomputer (ranked fourth on the most recent Top500 list) to work on an import Read more…

HPCwire Unveils Editors’ Superlative Awards

February 14, 2023

Each November, HPCwire’s readers and editors recognize dozens of individuals and organizations across more than 20 very serious award categories, celebrating Read more…

Australian Government Unveils New Defense, Weather Supercomputers

August 15, 2022

The Australian government has been busy on the supercomputing front. In just the last two weeks, the Australian Department of Defence and the Australian Bureau of Meteorology have both revealed major supercomputing updates. The Department of Defence, for its part, unveiled a new supercomputer: Taingiwilta, named after the word for “powerful” in the language of the... Read more…

Killer Instinct: AMD’s Multi-Chip MI200 GPU Readies for a Major Global Debut

October 21, 2021

AMD’s next-generation supercomputer GPU is on its way – and by all appearances, it’s about to make a name for itself. The AMD Radeon Instinct MI200 GPU (a successor to the MI100) will, over the next year, begin to power three massive systems on three continents: the United States’ exascale Frontier system; the European Union’s pre-exascale LUMI system; and Australia’s petascale Setonix system. Read more…

Pawsey Prepares for the Data Deluge from the Square Kilometre Array

July 5, 2021

As the largest-ever radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will be a behemoth. As the name implies, the instruments of the massive radio telescope will span well over one square kilometer, using hundreds of dishes and hundreds of thousands of low-frequency aperture array telescopes spread across remote lands in Australia and South Africa that have as little human radio interference as possible. Costing billions of dollars, construction... Read more…

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