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At the tail end of AMD’s 75-minute CES keynote, held yesterday in Las Vegas and via livestream, CEO Lisa Su shared new details of the forthcoming MI300 chip and publicly unveiled the silicon. T

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Supercomputing Leaders Discuss Resilience in the Face of Growing Crises

Many panels at SC22 focused on how supercomputing centers can help others recover from disasters – but one panel, “Facing the Unexpected: Disaster Management Capabilities,” focused mainly o

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RISC-V Is Far from Being an Alternative to x86 and Arm in HPC

November 18, 2022

One of the original RISC-V designers this week boldly predicted that the open architecture will surpass rival chip architectures in performance. "The prediction is two or three years we'll be surpassing your architectures and available performance with... Read more…

2022 Road Trip Tour Stop #4: NREL

November 12, 2022

It’s only 25 miles from NCAR to NREL, so I have time to gas up, get a sandwich, and even catch a car wash before my tour stop at NREL. Feeling refreshed, I pu Read more…

Q&A with SC22 Job Fair Chair Kate Carter

November 8, 2022

Everyone knows about the workforce challenges in high-performance computing. Whether from the candidate’s point of view or from the perspective of the academic, lab and vendor institutions, it's important to find the right fit. SC22, which takes place next week (Nov. 13-18) in Dallas, is hosting a job fair to help make these career connections. Read more…

Supercomputing Road Trip: Pacific Northwest Kick-Off

November 5, 2022

The 2022 Great American Supercomputing Road Trip started in fine style with my first stop at Pacific Northwest National Lab in Richland, Washington – about 250 miles from home base. This was my first visit to the lab and I came away highly impressed by their ambitious projects plus the range and depth of their work. In total... Read more…

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September 28, 2022

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HPC + AI Wall Street to Feature ‘Spooky’ Science for Financial Services

September 18, 2022

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Inside the Gordon Bell Prize Finalist Projects

September 7, 2022

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Video: Sneak Preview of the AI Hardware Summit

August 19, 2022

Next month the AI Hardware Summit returns to the Bay Area, bringing AI technologists and end users together to share ideas and get up to speed on all the latest AI hardware developments. The event – which takes place September 13-15, 2022, at the Santa Clara Marriott, Calif. – will be co-located with the Edge AI Summit. Both events are organized by... Read more…

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