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Altair and NVIDIA at Argonne: Using Workload Management Software to Maximize HPC Resources
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Altair and NVIDIA at Argonne: Using Workload Management Software to Maximize HPC Resources

Here’s a fascinating look at how a national lab works in partnership with advanced computing vendors to further the lab’s supercomputing mission. From Argonne National...

Penguin Announces GovPOD HPC/AI Cloud On-Demand for the Federal Government
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Penguin Announces GovPOD HPC/AI Cloud On-Demand for the Federal Government

Supercomputing 2021 – November 15, 2021 – Penguin Computing today announced GovPOD (Government Penguin On Demand) HPC/AI Cloud, built for federal government agencies...

What Should we do with old Electronics?
From The Eponymous Pickle

What Should we do with old Electronics?

We are all dealing with it.   Barriers and more ....What should we do with old electronics?      in the Google BlogNov 11, 2021Learn about five major barriers that...

HPE’s Neil Dey Talks Exascale-class System Building
From insideHPC

HPE’s Neil Dey Talks Exascale-class System Building

After more than a decade of discussion, planning, designing and system building, 2021 is expected to be the year that exascale-class computing finally arrives in...

Atos Talks HPC, AI, Exascale and Quantum Strategies
From insideHPC

Atos Talks HPC, AI, Exascale and Quantum Strategies

Europe’s leading HPC systems provider, Atos, is enjoying a successful 2021, highlighted by major contract wins, new product rollouts and the acquisition of US-based...

Liqid Expands Infrastructure Composability to GPUs
From insideHPC

Liqid Expands Infrastructure Composability to GPUs

Composable infrastructure company Liqid was one of the first entrants in that market segment, and the company has steadily built up its composable capabilitiesLiqid...

HPE Greenlake: A Private HPC Cloud that Seems Public
From insideHPC

HPE Greenlake: A Private HPC Cloud that Seems Public

Cloud HPC is one of the hottest segments of the HPC industry – yet it has a variety of iterations from various vendors. One of them, from the HPC industry’s leader...

HPE Builds Supercomputer for France’s GENCI-CINES
From insideHPC

HPE Builds Supercomputer for France’s GENCI-CINES

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced it is building what it said will be one of Europe’s most powerful supercomputers to be installed and operated...

How AMD Helps Push Azure’s HPC Strategy
From insideHPC

How AMD Helps Push Azure’s HPC Strategy

Microsoft Azure early on took an aggressive stance in the cloud HPC segment, becoming, for example, one of the first to offer the InfiniBand interconnect on its...

Nvidia and NetApp: What’s Coming Next from Their AI Partnership
From insideHPC

Nvidia and NetApp: What’s Coming Next from Their AI Partnership

Managers from two AI powerhouses, Nvida and NetApp, sat down with us to talk about their several years-long partnership, along with its latest developments, which...

AMD’s Evan Groenke on the New MI200 GPU
From insideHPC

AMD’s Evan Groenke on the New MI200 GPU

In this interview with AMD’s Senior Product Manager, Datacenter and Embedded Solutions Group, Evan Groenke, he discusses the buzz around the company’s newly announced...

Inspur: Growing Strength in HPC and AI
From insideHPC

Inspur: Growing Strength in HPC and AI

It’s been a good year for Inspur, as the company’s Global AI and HPC Director, Vangel Bojaxhi, explains in this SC21 interview. He shares updated market research...

Cornelis Networks Talks High Speed Fabrics for Heterogeneous HPC-AI
From insideHPC

Cornelis Networks Talks High Speed Fabrics for Heterogeneous HPC-AI

We caught up with Phil Murphy, CEO of fabrics technology company Cornelis Networks, which has one of the most interesting vendor histories in the HPC community....

From Computational Complexity

When did Computer Science Theory Get so Hard?

 I posted on When did Math get so hard? a commenter pointed out that one can also ask When did Computer Science Theory Get so Hard?For the Math-question I could...

Map of Knowlwdge
From The Eponymous Pickle

Map of Knowlwdge

Comic map view of the topic:, made me think.Data, information, knowledge, insight, wisdom, and Conspiracy Theory  in Language LogNovember 13, 2021 @ 5:02 pm · Filed...

DARPA Subterranean Challenge
From The Eponymous Pickle

DARPA Subterranean Challenge

Have followed several of these ... The specifics of addressing the complexity of the context is the most interesting thing.    How do such systems solve the challenge...

From Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP

POPL 2022—Et Tu, Brute?

Some things just cannot wait. Men must stand up now for women’s equality— Rick Goings Kathleen Booth, Cicely Popplewell, Grace Hopper, and Jean Sammet were four...

Science and Technology links (Novembre 13rd 2021)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (Novembre 13rd 2021)

Pacific rougheye rockfish can live hundreds of years while other rockfish barely live past ten years. Female condors can reproduce without males. The phenomenon...

Future of New, Bigger Graphics
From The Eponymous Pickle

Future of New, Bigger Graphics

 Future of New, Bigger Graphicsand a short simplified video look

Biological Signals
From The Eponymous Pickle

Biological Signals

Machine Sensing, again an area we examined for product manufacturing process control.Making Sense With Biology By Samuel Greengard  Commissioned by CACM StaffNovember...
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