Atos, has announced a commercially available machine-system capable of simulating up to 40 quantum bits (Qubits).
Atos, the company behind European supercomputer developer Bull, has announced that it was awarded a contract to install a new system for the UK’s Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE)
ARM-based HPC systems will be available by the end of 2017. At ISC High Performance 2017 Penguin Computing and Bull both announce that they will deliver products tailored for the HPC industry
Bull has launched the bullx B700 DLC (Direct Liquid Cooling) supercomputers, a new series of Bull blade servers that reduce data centre cooling requirements and energy consumption
Bull has launched its Novascale Bullion, a scalable high-end server, designed to respond to business needs for more reliable infrastructures, high-availability, greater agility and energy management
Bull has launched its Bullx supernodes (S-series). These quad-core SMP (Symmetric Multi-Processing) servers can be extended to 8, 12 or 16 processors
Bull has introduced the Bullx family of environmentally efficient, ultra-dense and ultra-high performance supercomputers, suitable for anywhere from a small R&D office up to a data centre
Bull has launched myVMBox, a bespoke virtualisation solution for VMware environments
Robert Roe explores the role of maintenance in ensuring HPC systems run at optimal performance
Robert Roe speaks with Dr Maria Girone, Chief Technology Officer at CERN openlab.
Sophia Ktori explores the use of informatics software in the first of two articles covering the use of laboratory informatics software in regulated industries
Robert Roe discusses the role of the Pistoia Alliance in creating the lab of the future with Pistoia’s Nick Lynch