Cray Offers Supercomputing as a Service, Targets Biotechs First

Leading supercomputer vendor Cray and datacenter/cloud provider the Markley Group today announced plans to jointly deliver supercomputing as a service. The init

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AI: Breaking Down Performance Barriers With Intel® Scalable System Framework

Interest in artificial intelligence (AI) is rising fast, as practical applications in speech, image analysis, and other complex pattern recognition tasks have n

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HPE’s Memory-centric The Machine Coming into View, Opens ARMs to 3rd-party Developers

Announced three years ago, HPE’s The Machine is said to be the largest R&D program in the venerable company’s history, one that could be progressing tow

By Doug Black

What’s Up with Hyperion as It Transitions From IDC?

If you’re wondering what’s happening with Hyperion Research – formerly the IDC HPC group – apparently you are not alone, says Steve Conway, now senior V

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‘Retired’ UC Berkeley Professor Tackles Google Tensor Processing Unit

May 9, 2017

Retirement, it seems, isn’t for everyone. Indeed you may already know that David Patterson joined Google’s Tensor Processing Unit (TPU) development effort a Read more…

By John Russell

Intel: Management Change at Data Center Group; Xeon Re-architecting on Way

May 5, 2017

Diane Bryant, EVP and GM of Intel’s Data Center Group and a prominent industry figure (SC15 keynote speaker, e.g.), is taking an extended leave of absence fro Read more…

By George Leopold and Doug Black

Singularity HPC Container Technology Moves Out of the Lab

May 4, 2017

Last week, Singularity – the fast-growing HPC container technology whose development has been spearheaded by Gregory Kurtzer at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Read more…

By John Russell

Scaling an HPC Career in Nepal Can Be a Steep Climb

April 20, 2017

Umesh Upadhyaya works as an IT Associate at the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) in Nepal, which supports the country’s one a Read more…

By Nages Sieslack

Intel Open Sources All Lustre Work, Brent Gorda Exits

April 19, 2017

In a letter to the Lustre community posted on the Intel website, Vice President of Intel's Data Center Group Trish Damkroger informs that effective immediately Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

CMU’s Latest Poker Program Wins in China

April 11, 2017

It’s now become old hat – AI poker algorithm beats humans. Carnegie Mellon University is at the forefront of creating this new class of crafty AI gamblers. Read more…

By John Russell

Sir Tim Berners-Lee Wins ACM 2016 Turing Award

April 5, 2017

It was probably only a matter of time but today the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) named Sir Tim Berners-Lee, a professor at Massachusetts Institute Read more…

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Bill Gropp – Pursuing the Next Big Thing at NCSA

March 28, 2017

About eight months ago Bill Gropp was elevated to acting director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA). He is, of course, already highl Read more…

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