US CHIPS and Science Act Signed Into Law

August 9, 2022

Just a few days after it was passed in the Senate, the U.S. CHIPS and Science Act has been signed into law by President Biden. In a ceremony today, Biden signed and lauded the ambitious piece of legislation, which over the course of the legislative process broadened to include hundreds of billions in additional science and technology spending. He was flanked by Speaker... Read more…

HPE Announces New HPC Factory in Czech Republic

May 18, 2022

A week ahead of ISC High Performance 2022 (set to be held in Hamburg, Germany), supercomputing heavyweight HPE has announced a major investment in sovereign Eur Read more…

Intel Invests €33B in Europe, Announces ‘Silicon Junction’ Megasite

March 16, 2022

Intel has announced that it is making an “initial” €33 billion (~$36 billion) investment across the semiconductor value chain in Europe. The investment — which spans R&D, manufacturing and packaging — comes at a time when sovereignty is, more than ever, a headline priority for the continent. What was announced? A “Silicon Junction” in Germany with two new fabs... Read more…

Atos Invokes Sovereignty, Sustainability at Next-Gen Supercomputer Launch

February 17, 2022

At an elaborate event yesterday, French computing firm Atos announced its newest supercomputer: the BullSequana XH3000, a system that the company can scale to an exaflops performance and which works with hardware from AMD, Intel, Nvidia and (when it arrives) SiPearl. At the event – which included a series of keynotes and two roundtables – Atos and... Read more…

Atos Tees Up New BullSequana Supercomputer for European Exascale

February 16, 2022

At a three-hour livestreamed launch event held today (Feb. 16) in Paris, French technology firm Atos unveiled its new supercomputer, the BullSequana XH3000, int Read more…

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