Houston to Field Massive, ‘Geophysically Configured’ Cloud Supercomputer

Based on some news stories out today, one might get the impression that the next system to crack number one on the Top500 would be an industrial oil and gas monster, which would be a first, but a

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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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Federal Investment in Exascale – What It Really Means

Earlier this month, the EuroHPC JU (Joint Undertaking) reached critical mass, and it seems all EU and affiliated member states, bar the UK (unsurprisingly), have or will sign on. The EuroHPC JU w

By Dairsie Latimer

Congress Passes DOE Research and Innovation Act

Congress recently passed the Department of Energy Research and Innovation Act (H.R.589) which essentially authorizes many existing Department of Energy activities. It also emphasizes efforts to e

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Summit Supercomputer is Already Making its Mark on Science

September 20, 2018

Summit, now the fastest supercomputer in the world, is quickly making its mark in science – five of the six finalists just announced for the prestigious 2018 Read more…

By John Russell

The Convergence of Big Data and Extreme-Scale HPC

August 31, 2018

As we are heading towards extreme-scale HPC coupled with data intensive analytics like machine learning, the necessary integration of big data and HPC is a curr Read more…

By Rob Farber

China Sets Sights on Superconducting Computer

August 28, 2018

China has embarked on a $145 million (~ ¥1 billion) effort to build a superconducting computer with plans for a prototype to be up and running as early as 2022 Read more…

By John Russell

What’s New in HPC Research: August 2018

August 27, 2018

In this new bimonthly feature, HPCwire will highlight newly published research in the high-performance computing community and related domains. From exascale to Read more…

By Oliver Peckham

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

Exascale Power: USC to Use Aurora on Materials Science Research

August 20, 2018

Enabling important research is sort of the point of pursuing of exascale computing. One case-in-point is work by USC computational physicist Aiichiro Nakano tha Read more…

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HPC Coding: The Power of L(o)osing Control

August 16, 2018

Exascale roadmaps, exascale projects and exascale lobbyists ask, on-again-off-again, for a fundamental rewrite of major code building blocks. Otherwise, so they Read more…

By Tobias Weinzierl

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…

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