Microsoft’s Azure Quantum Platform Now Offers Toshiba’s ‘Simulated Bifurcation Machine’

While pure-play quantum computing (QC) gets most of the QC-related attention, there’s also been steady progress adapting quantum methods for select use on classical computers. Today, Microsoft

By John Russell

Oracle Cloud Deepens HPC Embrace with Launch of A100 Instances, Plans for Arm, More 

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) continued its steady ramp-up of HPC capabilities today with a flurry of announcements. Topping the list is general availability of instances with Nvidia’s newe

By John Russell

Building the Quantum Stack for the NISQ Era

In October 2019, Google unveiled the first proof of quantum supremacy, demonstrating that a quantum computer could solve certain mathematical problems faster than a classical computer. In March 2

By Tim Hirzel

IBM Debuts Power10; Touts New Memory Scheme, Security, and Inferencing

IBM today introduced its next generation Power10 microprocessor, a 7nm device manufactured by Samsung. The chip features a new microarchitecture, broad new memory support, PCIe Gen 5 connectivity

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Heterogeneous Computing Gets a Code Similarity Tool

July 31, 2020

A machine programming framework for heterogeneous computing championed by Intel Corp. and university partners is built around an automated engine that analyzes Read more…

By George Leopold

Nvidia Dominates Latest MLPerf Training Benchmark Results

July 29, 2020

MLPerf.org released its third round of training benchmark (v0.7) results today and Nvidia again dominated, claiming 16 new records. Meanwhile, Google provided e Read more…

By John Russell

Hardware Acceleration of Recurrent Neural Networks: the Need and the Challenges

July 27, 2020

Recurrent neural networks (RNNs) have shown phenomenal success in several sequence learning tasks such as machine translation, language processing, image captio Read more…

By Sparsh Mittal

Python Again Tops IEEE Spectrum’s Programming Language List

July 22, 2020

What’s your go-to programming language? As judged by IEEE Spectrum, it is (again) Python and comfortably so according to an article posted today. C++ finished Read more…

By John Russell

IBM-led Webinar Tackles Quantum Developer Community Needs

July 21, 2020

Quantum computing has many needs before it can become the transformative tool many expect. High on the list is a robust software developer community, not least because developers rarely follow ‘intended use’ rules; instead, they bend and break rules in unforeseen ways that transforms new technology... Read more…

By John Russell

heFFTe: Scaling FFT for Exascale

July 15, 2020

Exascale computing aspires to provide breakthrough solutions addressing today’s most critical challenges in scientific discovery, energy assurance, economic c Read more…

By Jack Dongarra and Stanimire Tomov

Xilinx Announces First Adaptive Computing Challenge

July 9, 2020

A new contest is challenging the computing world. Xilinx has announced the first Xilinx Adaptive Computing Challenge, a competition that will task developers and startups with finding creative workload acceleration solutions. Xilinx is running the Adaptive Computing Challenge in partnership with Hackster.io, a developing community... Read more…

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Hoefler’s Whirlwind ISC20 Virtual Tour of ML Trends in 9 Slides

June 23, 2020

The ISC20 experience this year via livestreaming and pre-recordings is interesting and perhaps a bit odd. That said presenters’ efforts to condense their comments makes for economic use of your time. Torsten Hoefler’s whirlwind 12-minute tour of ML is a great example. Hoefler, leader of the planned ISC20 Machine Learning... Read more…

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