HPC 2020-21

Exascale energy production

The Barcelona Supercomputing Center is developing new methods for exascale programming and using this research to further develop critical applications for energy production

The initial 4 Cabinet Archer2 installation

Supporting UK HPC

UK scientists and researchers will soon receive a new supercomputing upgrade 'Archer2' that will act as one of the primary HPC resources available to UK researchers

Sea of data

Robert Roe explores the use of HPC storage technology in off-shore energy exploration

Exascale in Europe

Robert Roe looks at the development of exascale in Europe, funded through the European Commission, its member states and industry partners

Fugaku is named after an alternative name for Mount Fuji
Credit: 名古屋太郎 - 投稿者が撮影

Building the Fugaku supercomputer

Professor Satoshi Matsuoka, director of the RIKEN Center for Computational Science, explains the 10-year process behind the development of the machine

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