Leveraging Machine Learning in Dark Matter Research for the Aurora Exascale System 

Scientists have unlocked many secrets about particle interactions at atomic and subatomic levels. However, one mystery that has eluded researchers is dark matter. Current supercomputers don’t h

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China’s Quiet Journey into Exascale Computing

As reported in the South China Morning Post HPC pioneer Jack Dongarra mentioned the lack of benchmarks from recent HPC systems built by China.

“It’s a well known situation that China has t

By Doug Eadline

Nvidia Adds Faster HBM3e Memory to the GH200 Grace Hopper Platform 

Nvidia Grace-Hopper offers a tightly integrated CPU + GPU solution for what is becoming a generative AI dominated market. To increase performance, the graphics chip maker has put the HBM3e memory

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Argonne Places Aurora’s “Golden Blade” as Much Awaited Supercomputer Gathers Steam 

While not a golden HPC spike, the final blade has been loaded into Aurora. As mentioned previously, final preparation of Aurora is underway. Aurora the "almost ready" Exascale machine is expected

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The Great GPU Squeeze is Upon Us 

July 13, 2023

Remember when a GPU was a small fan-less video card with names like Voodoo, Matrox, Nvidia, or ATI? This simple addition gave your PC a new world of responsive Read more…

Top 5 Trends in HPC for the First Six Months of 2023  

July 12, 2023

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Aurora’s 10,624 Blades in Place as Exascale System Nears Completion

June 22, 2023

Aurora, one of the first three U.S. exascale supercomputers, has not had a straightforward path to installation and operation. The system has been repeatedly re Read more…

France Will Host EuroHPC’s Second Exascale Supercomputer

June 20, 2023

Hot off the heels of the announcement of Sweden’s Arrhenius system yesterday, the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking (JU) has announced the hosts and operators of Euro Read more…

Q&A with Terri Quinn, an HPCwire Person to Watch in 2023

June 16, 2023

HPCwire 2023 Person to Watch Terri Quinn is the deputy associate director for high-performance computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL). Quinn has been with LLNL for nearly 40 years, starting as a software engineer in 1984 after a few years as a nuclear engineer in the U.S. Navy Reserve. Read more…

Lori Diachin to Lead the Exascale Computing Project as It Nears Final Milestones

May 31, 2023

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Nvidia to Offer a ‘1 Exaflops’ AI Supercomputer with 256 Grace Hopper Superchips

May 28, 2023

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Closing ISC Keynote by Sterling and Suarez Looks Backward and Forward

May 25, 2023

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