Weekly Wire Roundup: May 27-May 31, 2024

ISC 2024 has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the headlines have disappeared. News relating to quantum computing led the charge this week with the governor of Colorado signing a quantum indus

By Drew Jolly

ISC 2024 Takeaways: Love for Top500, Extending HPC Systems, and Media Bashing

The ISC High Performance show is typically about time-to-science, but breakout sessions also focused on Europe's tech sovereignty, server infrastructure, storage, throughput, and new computing te

By Agam Shah

ISC 2024 — A Few Quantum Gems and Slides from a Packed QC Agenda

If you were looking for quantum computing content, ISC 2024 was a good place to be last week — there were around 20 quantum computing related sessions. QC even earned a slide in Kathy Yelick’

By John Russell

The Future of AI in Science

AI is one of the most transformative and valuable scientific tools ever developed. By harnessing vast amounts of data and computational power, AI systems can uncover patterns, generate insights,

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Some Reasons Why Aurora Didn’t Take First Place in the Top500 List

May 15, 2024

The makers of the Aurora supercomputer, which is housed at the Argonne National Laboratory, gave some reasons why the system didn't make the top spot on the Top Read more…

ISC Preview: Focus Will Be on Top500 and HPC Diversity 

May 9, 2024

Last year's Supercomputing 2023 in November had record attendance, but the direction of high-performance computing was a hot topic on the floor. Expect more of Read more…

Kathy Yelick on Post-Exascale Challenges

April 18, 2024

With the exascale era underway, the HPC community is already turning its attention to zettascale computing, the next of the 1,000-fold performance leaps that ha Read more…

The Generative AI Future Is Now, Nvidia’s Huang Says

March 19, 2024

We are in the early days of a transformative shift in how business gets done thanks to the advent of generative AI, according to Nvidia CEO and cofounder Jensen Read more…

Nvidia’s New Blackwell GPU Can Train AI Models with Trillions of Parameters

March 18, 2024

Nvidia's latest and fastest GPU, codenamed Blackwell, is here and will underpin the company's AI plans this year. The chip offers performance improvements from Read more…

Next Euro HPC Chip Coming Next Year Will Be in 2026 EU Exascale System

March 7, 2024

The next supercomputing chip for Europe's homegrown exascale supercomputer will come next year, according to an updated product roadmap. The 2025-bound Rhea- Read more…

Argonne Aurora Walk About Video

February 27, 2024

In November 2023, Aurora was ranked #2 on the Top 500 list. That ranking was with half of Aurora running the HPL benchmark. It seems after much delay, 2024 will Read more…

UK Deepens Quantum Computing Plunge, Announces 7 Testbed Projects

February 7, 2024

This week the United Kingdom provided more evidence of its intent to develop a strong position in quantum computing with awards to seven companies to build test Read more…

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