Pawsey Turns to Dell, Xenon for 130PB of Storage

August 18, 2021

Big things are in store for the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Perth, Western Australia – and soon, big things will be in storage. The center, which is geari 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…

What’s New in HPC Research: GPU Lifetimes, the Square Kilometre Array, Support Tickets & More

January 4, 2021

In this regular feature, HPCwire highlights newly published research in the high-performance computing community and related domains. From parallel programmin Read more…

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre Spins Up ‘Garrawarla’ for Astronomical Insight

August 30, 2020

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is welcoming a new GPU cluster, Garrawarla, a key resource for the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope project in Australia, a precursor to the Square Kilometre Array. Procured by CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency, from HPE in early 2020 at a cost of... Read more…

URISC@SC17 and the #LongestLastMile

January 11, 2018

A multinational delegation recently attended the Understanding Risk in Shared CyberEcosystems workshop, or URISC@SC17, in Denver, Colorado. URISC participants and presenters from 11 countries, including eight African nations, 12 U.S. states, Canada, India and Nepal, also attended SC17, the annual international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis that drew nearly 13,000 attendees. Read more…

SC17 Keynote – HPC Powers SKA Efforts to Peer Deep into the Cosmos

November 17, 2017

This week’s SC17 keynote – Life, the Universe and Computing: The Story of the SKA Telescope – was a powerful pitch for the potential of Big Science projects that also showcased the foundational role of high performance computing in modern science. It was also visually stunning. Read more…

SKA Astronomy Project Gets Boost with Hybrid Memory Cube

June 14, 2017

An ambitious astronomy effort designed to peer back to the origins of the universe and map the formation of galaxies is underpinned by an emerging memory technology that seeks to move computing resources closer to huge astronomy data sets. Read more…

MeerKAT Telescope Reveals New Details of Universe

July 20, 2016

This week, the world saw the first images captured by the MeerKat array, which made its debut as one of the most powerful telescopes of its kind. Using 16 out o Read more…

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