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OpenFabrics Alliance to Expand Hands-On Tutorial Offerings at Its 2020 Workshop
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OpenFabrics Alliance to Expand Hands-On Tutorial Offerings at Its 2020 Workshop

In this special guest feature, Paul Grun from the OpenFabrics Alliance provides a preview of the upcoming OFA Workshop. "We are especially excited about how this...

UMass Dartmouth Speeds Research with Hybrid Supercomputer from Microway
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UMass Dartmouth Speeds Research with Hybrid Supercomputer from Microway

UMass Dartmouth’s powerful new cluster from Microway affords the university five times the compute performance its researchers enjoyed previously, with over 85%...

Podcast: Spell startup looks to bring AI to the people
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Podcast: Spell startup looks to bring AI to the people

In this AI Podcast, Serkan Piantino from Spell describes how his company is making machine learning easier. "We want to empower and transform the global workforce...

DOE Announces $625 Million for New Quantum Centers
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DOE Announces $625 Million for New Quantum Centers

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced plans to spend up $625 million over the next five years to establish two to five multidisciplinary Quantum Information...

RJM International’s Deploys HPC cluster for reducing power plant emissions
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RJM International’s Deploys HPC cluster for reducing power plant emissions

RJM International, a provider of emissions reduction and combustion improvement solutions, has deployed its first HPC cluster. The move supports the growth of the...

OpenStack Adds Native Upstream Support for HDR InfiniBand
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OpenStack Adds Native Upstream Support for HDR InfiniBand

Today Mellanox announced that OpenStack software now includes native and upstream support for virtualization over HDR 200 gigabit InfiniBand network, enabling customers...

Zenuity and HPE to develop next generation autonomous cars
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Zenuity and HPE to develop next generation autonomous cars

HPE has been selected by Zenuity, a leading developer of software for self-driving and assisted driving cars, to provide the crucial AI and HPC infrastructure it...

Podcast: Sciencetown Investigates Extreme Computing at SC19
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Podcast: Sciencetown Investigates Extreme Computing at SC19

In this Sciencetown podcast, we follow experts from around the world to the epicenter of supercomputing - the annual, North American supercomputing conference or...

200G HDR InfiniBand to Accelerate Weather Forecasting at ECMWF
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200G HDR InfiniBand to Accelerate Weather Forecasting at ECMWF

Today Mellanox announced that 200 Gigabit HDR InfiniBand has been selected by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) to accelerate their...

Exxact Teams with Panasas for Turnkey HPC Storage Clusters
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Exxact Teams with Panasas for Turnkey HPC Storage Clusters

Today Exxact Corporation announced the company is joining the Panasas Accelerate Channel Partner Program. Exxact will become a key distributor and integrator for...

ScaleMP and AMD Benchmark Best-in-Class Large-System Performance on SPEC CPU 2017
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ScaleMP and AMD Benchmark Best-in-Class Large-System Performance on SPEC CPU 2017

Today ScaleMP announced that it has accomplished best-ever recorded results for the SPEC CPU 2017 benchmark for any system size of four processors and higher. ScaleMP...

Deep Learning State of the Art in 2020
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Deep Learning State of the Art in 2020

Lex Fridman gave this talk as part of the MIT Deep Learning series. "This lecture is on the most recent research and developments in deep learning, and hopes for...

Advanced simulation tools for Vortex Bladeless wind power
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Advanced simulation tools for Vortex Bladeless wind power

Vortex Bladeless presented the company’s design for a new wind energy technology. One of the key characteristics of this system is the reduction of mechanical elements...

GIGABYTE and Incooling to Develop Two-Phase Liquid Cooled Servers for High Frequency Trading
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GIGABYTE and Incooling to Develop Two-Phase Liquid Cooled Servers for High Frequency Trading

Incooling has adopted GIGABYTE’s overclockable R161 Series server platform as the test-bed and prototype model for a new class of two-phase liquid cooled overclockable...

2020 HiPEAC Conference to Showcase European Computing Technologies
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2020 HiPEAC Conference to Showcase European Computing Technologies

The 2020 HiPEAC conference will kick off next week in Bologna to showcase the innovative made-in-Europe technologies driving computing systems from the edge to2020...

Atos Supercomputer to enhance weather forecasting at ECMWF
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Atos Supercomputer to enhance weather forecasting at ECMWF

Today Atos announced an €80 million contract with the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) to supply its for a BullSequana XH2000 supercomputer...

Sano Genetics Deploys Lifebit CloudOS for Direct-to-Consumer Genetics
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Sano Genetics Deploys Lifebit CloudOS for Direct-to-Consumer Genetics

Today Sano Genetics announced the company is using Lifebit CloudOS to power their free DNA sequencing platform, achieving 35% increase in speed of imputation analyses...

MIRIS Teams with LiquidCool Solutions for Datacenter Heat Recovery
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MIRIS Teams with LiquidCool Solutions for Datacenter Heat Recovery

MIRIS has entered into an agreement with LiquidCool Solutions (LCS), a world leader in rack-based immersion cooling technology for datacenters. The agreement gives...

ORNL Researchers Develop Quantum Chemistry Simulation Benchmark
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ORNL Researchers Develop Quantum Chemistry Simulation Benchmark

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have developed a quantum chemistry simulation benchmark to evaluate the performance of quantum...

Latest Climate Models Predict Thinner Clouds and More Global Warming
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Latest Climate Models Predict Thinner Clouds and More Global Warming

Thanks to clouds, latest climate models predict more global warming than their predecessors. Researchers at LLNL in collaboration with colleagues from the University...
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