Paper Offers ‘Proof’ of Quantum Advantage on Some Problems

Is quantum computing worth all the effort being poured into it or should we just wait for classical computing to catch up? An IBM blog today posed those questions and, you won’t be surprised, o

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Unleashing the Power of OpenFOAM for CFD

OpenFOAM offers widely used open-source tools for computational fluid dynamics, but scalability can be a challenge. Research indicates that Intel® processors may help users scale up their OpenFO

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SyLabs Releases Singularity 3.0 Container Platform; Cites AI Support

SyLabs today introduced Singularity version 3.0 of its container software platform targeting HPC and advanced enterprise workloads. The latest release provides access to an expanded suite of reso

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UK Met Office Deploys Cray AI/Analytics to Enhance Forecasting

Already home to three Cray XC40 systems (the last one deployed in 2016), the Met Office, a leading weather center in the U.K., has now added Cray’s Urika-XC suite of AI and analytics tools acco

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Migration Tools Needed to Shift ML to Production

September 20, 2018

The confluence of accelerators like cloud GPUs along with the ability to handle data-rich HPC workloads will help push more machine learning projects into produ Read more…

By George Leopold

Google Releases Machine Learning “What-If” Analysis Tool

September 12, 2018

Training machine learning models has long been time-consuming process. Yesterday, Google released a “What-If Tool” for probing how data point changes affect a model’s prediction. The new tool is being launched as a new feature of the open source TensorBoard web application... Read more…

By John Russell

Rigetti (and Others) Pursuit of Quantum Advantage

September 11, 2018

Remember ‘quantum supremacy’, the much-touted but little-loved idea that the age of quantum computing would be signaled when quantum computers could tackle Read more…

By John Russell

Update from Gregory Kurtzer on Singularity’s Push into FS and the Enterprise

September 11, 2018

Container technology is hardly new but it has undergone rapid evolution in the HPC space in recent years to accommodate traditional science workloads and HPC systems requirements. While Docker containers continue to dominate in the enterprise, other variants are becoming important and one alternative with distinctly HPC roots – Singularity – is making an enterprise push targeting advanced scale workload inclusive of HPC. Read more…

By John Russell

Azure Expands Access to CycleCloud; Adds Support for Nvidia Containers

August 29, 2018

Microsoft Azure continued to beef up support for HPC and advanced scale workloads today announcing general availability of CycleCloud – its HPC cloud orchestr Read more…

By John Russell

Exascale Update from ECP Director Doug Kothe

August 22, 2018

Roughly a year ago Doug Kothe was appointed director of the U.S. Exascale Computing Project. He stepped in for ECP founding director Paul Messina who returned t Read more…

By John Russell

STAQ(ing) the Quantum Computing Deck

August 16, 2018

Quantum computers – at least for now – remain noisy. That’s another way of saying unreliable and in diverse ways that often depend on the specific quantum Read more…

By John Russell

SLATE Update: Making Math Libraries Exascale-ready

August 9, 2018

Practically-speaking, achieving exascale computing requires enabling HPC software to effectively use accelerators – mostly GPUs at present – and that remain Read more…

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