EuroHPC Expands: United Kingdom Joins as 35th Member

May 14, 2024

The United Kingdom has officially joined the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, becoming the 35th member state. This was confirmed after the 38th Governing Board meetin Read more…

Trust Me, I’m Smart: HPC and Government Regulation in the Coming AI Age

January 17, 2024

Stephen Hawking famously said that "success in creating effective AI could be the biggest event in the history of our civilization, but unless we learn how to p Read more…

UK PM Angles for £800 Million Exascale Supercomputer

March 8, 2023

Hot on the heels of the UK government’s announcement of its ambitious new Science and Technology Framework, reports are buzzing that the Department for Scienc Read more…

UK Universities Launch Sulis, a £3M System Aimed at Ensemble Calculations

November 3, 2021

HPC Midlands+, a Tier 2 datacenter funded by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, is delivering a new supercomputer for the Midlands Innovation university consortium. The new system, called Sulis after a Celtic deity, is capable of around 1.8 peak petaflops of computing power and is sited at the University of Warwick. Sulis, provided by OCF, consists of 167 dual-CPU Dell... Read more…

UK Regulatory Agency Says Proposed $40B Nvidia Deal for Arm ‘Would Lessen Competition’

August 21, 2021

Nvidia’s proposed $40 billion acquisition of chip IP vendor Arm has hit a major roadblock after a report from a U.K. regulatory agency criticized the deal, sa Read more…

Behind the Met Office’s Procurement of a Billion-Dollar Microsoft System

May 13, 2021

The UK’s national weather service, the Met Office, caused shockwaves of curiosity a few weeks ago when it formally announced that its forthcoming billion-dollar supercomputer – expected to be the most powerful weather and climate-focused supercomputer in the world when it launches in 2022... Read more…

Microsoft to Provide World’s Most Powerful Weather & Climate Supercomputer for UK’s Met Office

April 22, 2021

More than 14 months ago, the UK government announced plans to invest £1.2 billion ($1.56 billion) into weather and climate supercomputing, including procuremen Read more…

CLIMB COVID Big Data Project Gets £1.2M Boost for Sequencing Global Coronavirus Genomes

January 11, 2021

Just a few months ago, the UK’s COVID-19 Genomics consortium (COG-UK) won the 2020 HPCwire Readers’ Choice Award for Best HPC Collaboration. Throughout the Read more…

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