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Value of quantum computing uncertain for at least 10 years - research
"Quantum computing is not currently providing business value that could not be achieved with today's existing computers, and it is not clear when it will."
Australian supercomputer Gadi ranks 25 in Global 500
“Gadi represents a milestone for Australian research. We are pleased to continue our long-standing relationship with Fujitsu and its network to offer Australian researchers world-class computing resources to take us into the next decade.”
Supermicro announces integrated A100 GPU-powered systems
Includes full support for the New NVIDIA A100 GPUs, third-generation NVIDIA NVLink, and NVIDIA NVSwitch.
NVIDIA launches 'world's most advanced AI system' - the DGX A100
NVIDIA says the first order of the system will be delivered to a lab in the US, which will use the DGXTM A100’s computing power to ‘better understand COVID-19’.
Fujitsu employee receives award for supercomputer tech
Yuichiro Ajima helped to create a new high-dimensional interconnect technology for the Fugaku, K, and PRIMEHPC FX1000 supercomputers.
Lenovo, Intel & Harvard build liquid-cooled supercomputer
Lenovo, Intel, and Harvard University are the driving forces behind an effort to create Harvard’s first liquid-cooled supercomputer, nicknamed Cannon.
Fujitsu to ship PRIMEHPC supercomputers in March 2020
The Fujitsu PRIMEHPC FX1000 and PRIMEHPC FX700 models both utilize technology of the Fugaku supercomputer, which was jointly developed by Fujitsu and RIKEN.
HPE's Aitken supercomputer shoots for the moon
HPE has ambitious plans to shoot for the moon – or at least to build a supercomputer that can support missions to that distant globe that lights up the night sky.
Fujitsu tapped to upgrade Australia’s most powerful supercomputer
The new machine will provide a 10-fold increase in speed and provide Australian researchers with world-class, high-end computing services.
NVIDIA adds CUDA support for Arm
Enables new path to exascale supercomputing as global HPC leaders join to support the new platform.
How SUSE plans to help customers innovate, compete and grow
“SUSE is powering digital transformation with agile open source solutions like SUSE Enterprise Storage."
Quadric.io to build supercomputers for edge devices
Quadric's technology supposedly enables both high-performance computing and artificial intelligence in a single unified architecture.
HPE to acquire supercomputing leader Cray
“Cray is a global technology leader in supercomputing and shares our deep commitment to innovation."
Google’s scalable supercomputers now publicly available
In what it says is a bid to accelerate the largest-scale machine learning (ML) applications deployed today, Google has opened up its supercomputers.
Alibaba Cloud discusses past and unveils ‘strategic upgrade’
Alibaba Group's Jeff Zhang spoke about the company’s aim to develop into a more technologically inclusive platform.
Intel building US’s first exascale supercomputer
Intel and the Department of Energy are building potentially the world’s first exascale supercomputer, capable of a quintillion calculations per second.
Fujitsu building massive supercomputer for the University of Tokyo
The new supercomputer delivering 6.6 petaflops will support research in a wide range of fields.
Photo gallery: The world's 'most beautiful' data centre
Data centres don’t usually fall into the ‘beautiful’ category, but it’s a struggle to find words that can better describe the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC).
Lenovo flaunts BSC: ‘World’s most beautiful data centre’
Lenovo recently held a press event in Barcelona, flying in media representatives from all over Europe to benefit from a content-packed event.
HPE building new supercomputer with €38m price tag
It will be installed at the High Performance Computing Center of the University of Stuttgart and will be the world's fastest for industrial production.
NZ’s newest $23m supercomputer facility now open
Research, Science and Innovation Minister Dr Megan Wood comments on the benefits that this technology will bring to the country.
HPE opens up ‘cloud above the clouds’ for space travel
HPE today announced it is launching high performance computing capabilities to astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) following a successful 12 month experiment.
Diginex and Symbioses deploy decentralised supercomputing network
Diginex will provide up to 2,500 nodes at its Switzerland data centre to perform optimised cryptocurrency mining on the Symbioses network.
HPE to triple performance with new supercomputer for US laboratory
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has opted with Hewlett Packard Enterprise for a new supercomputer.