SC23 HPC Student Cluster Smackdown

Since 2007, the Student Cluster Competition (SCC) has provided an international multi-day contest for the best and brightest university HPC teams. This year, the in-person event was held at SC23

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RISC-V Summit: Ghosts of x86 and ARM Linger

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At this year's RISC-V Summit, the unofficial motto was "drain the swamp," that is, x86 and ARM, with RISC-V being the replacem

By Agam Shah

Nvidia H100 GPU Capacity Increasing, Usage Prices Could Get Cheaper  

It sure feels like the long lines to use Nvidia's GPUs could get shorter in the coming months. 

A flurry of companies – large and small -- in the last few months have reported receiving del

By Agam Shah

Ten Years of Delivering HPC Leadership Training 

SC23 will mark the tenth anniversary of the HPC Leadership Tutorials. A decade ago, providing training for the HPC community other than for users, programmers, or system administrators was almost

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AI-Accelerated Technology Investment Guidelines for HPC

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When planning an AI or HPC investment, applications are where the rubber meets the road and ultimately determine the benefits of any hardware investment. In add Read more…

Compute on Tap is Changing Buying Patterns in Financial IT

October 11, 2023

Financial institutions need more compute capacity when trading spikes during the day, which could be available by just flicking a switch. Gone are the days of p Read more…

Rhyming History: HPC, Manufacturing, and Moving Forward

August 31, 2023

In a recently, but as of yet unannounced  press release, there was mention of a US government effort  to help expand the use of HPC for US manufacturers. Brin Read more…

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Building the Best of Both Worlds Between HPC and Enterprise Computing

August 30, 2023

An introduction to Fuzzball, which ​​combines the best of enterprise tooling with the latest in modern HPC technology. The standard architecture of high Read more…

Classical Computing Keeps Counter Punching in the latest Quantum Smackdown

August 23, 2023

As quantum computing advances, there are periodic announcements of achieving Quantum Supremacy -- a test where Quantum Computers (QC) complete some example algo Read more…

Google’s New Supercomputing H3 VMs Are Faster, but GPUs Are Absent

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GigaIO’s New SuperNODE Takes-off with Record Breaking AMD GPU Performance 

August 10, 2023

The HPC users dream is to keep stuffing GPUs into a rack mount box and make everything go faster. Some servers offer up to eight GPUs, but the standard server u Read more…

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