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Apple App Store Generates $1 Billion a Week
From The Eponymous Pickle

Apple App Store Generates $1 Billion a Week

An amazing number for the Apple store.Apple’s App Store generates a billion dollars a weekWe’re more willing than ever to buy digital products, and that’s goodOn...

Panasonic Cloud Analytics for Safety
From The Eponymous Pickle

Panasonic Cloud Analytics for Safety

Digital 'Seatbelt' combines safety data.  A clever play for this problem.  Also data for future development of safety methods and devices.   "a central nervousPanasonic...

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

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...

How fast can you allocate a large block of memory in C++?
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

How fast can you allocate a large block of memory in C++?

In C++, the most basic memory allocation code is just a call to the new operator: char *buf = new char[s]; According to a textbook interpretation, we just allocated...

2020 HiPEAC Conference to Showcase European Computing Technologies
From insideHPC

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...

Call for Abstracts: 19th Workshop on High Performance Computing in Meteorology
From insideHPC

Call for Abstracts: 19th Workshop on High Performance Computing in Meteorology

The 19th Workshop on High Performance Computing in Meteorology has issued its Call for Abstracts. With a theme entitled "Towards Exascale Computing in Numerical...

5G Security
From Schneier on Security

5G Security

The security risks inherent in Chinese-made 5G networking equipment are easy to understand. Because the companies that make the equipment are subservient to the...

Spanish Supercomputing Network serves up record computing hours for Science
From insideHPC

Spanish Supercomputing Network serves up record computing hours for Science

The Spanish Supercomputing Network (RES) closed the year 2019 with a record in the number of processor hours allocated to Spanish researchers in different areas...

From Computational Complexity

What would you do if you showed P=NP? I would reread Factor Man by Matt Ginsberg

Lance has often said (and also in this) that if P=NP that would be great for the world: much more efficient ways to build things, science could be done better,Factor...

ACM-W Connections–January 2020
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

ACM-W Connections–January 2020

Welcome from the ACM-W Chair ACM-W is kicking off 2020 with lots of exciting news! It with great pleasure that I announce the official establishment of ACM-W Asia...

ACM Celebrations in North America
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

ACM Celebrations in North America

er the last two months, three Celebrations were held in three countries of North America reaching over 1,000 students!

ACM-W Rising Star Award Recipient: Vivienne Sze
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

ACM-W Rising Star Award Recipient: Vivienne Sze

ACM-W would like to announce Dr. Vivienne Sze as the winner of the inaugural ACM-W Rising Star Award.

The First ACM-W Professional Chapter in Turkey: ACM-W Ankara
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

The First ACM-W Professional Chapter in Turkey: ACM-W Ankara

As the first professional ACM-W chapter established in Turkey, ACM-W Ankara will organize events and also act as an umbrella organization for the existing ACM and...

Elena Ferrari and Wendy Mackay awarded ACM Fellowship
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

Elena Ferrari and Wendy Mackay awarded ACM Fellowship

In December 2019, Prof. Elena Ferrari (University of Insubria) and Prof. Wendy Mackay (Inria -Saclay) were awarded ACM Fellowships, the two women from Europe to...

Podcast: Will the ExaSky Project be First to Reach Exascale?
From insideHPC

Podcast: Will the ExaSky Project be First to Reach Exascale?

In this Lets Talk Exascale podcast, Katrin Heitmann from Argonne describes how the ExaSky project may be one of the first applications to reach exascale levelsPodcast...

On Next Generation Smart Contracts
From The Eponymous Pickle

On Next Generation Smart Contracts

Some introductory information about smart contractsSee also Ricardian Contracts:   "... a method of recording a document as a contract at law, and linking it securely...

Having Fun With Computer Science
From Computer Science Teacher - Thoughts and Information From Alfred Thompson

Having Fun With Computer Science

There is no question that there are a lot of ways to have fun with computer science. Some of them are inexpensive. Some of them cost a lot of money. You can doComputer...

Supercomputing Planet Formation at SDSC
From insideHPC

Supercomputing Planet Formation at SDSC

Researchers are using a novel approach to solving the mysteries of planet formation with the help of the Comet supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center...

TMGcore teams with FSG as Certified OTTO Ready Electrical Contractor
From insideHPC

TMGcore teams with FSG as Certified OTTO Ready Electrical Contractor

Today TMGcore announced that Facility Solutions Group (FSG) will be the first OTTO-Ready Electrical Contractor. OTTO is a line of highly efficient, high density...

5G Tests Underwhelm
From The Eponymous Pickle

5G Tests Underwhelm

Some interesting first views of 5G.   As in most cases a 'killer app' experience is needed to sell the increased cost of hardware quickly, but it will sell as a...
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