Perlmutter supercomputer bolsters US scientific research

28 May 2021

The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) has unveiled the first phase of its next-generation supercomputer, Perlmutter

Optibrium and BioPharmics partnership on computational drug design

21 May 2021

Optibrium and BioPharmics, providers of software and computational solutions for drug discovery, have announced a partnership to accelerate ligand-based drug design

OCF partners with RONIN to support uptake of public cloud in research computing

21 May 2021

OCF has partnered with RONIN to provide its customers with an easy to use application to support and ease the adoption of HPC cloud services in research institutions.

HPC improves engine cooling innovation for SMEs

13 May 2021

Advanced Innovative Engineering (AIE), an SME based in Lichfield in the UK will use HPC resources from PRACE to improve the development of rotary engines for unmanned vehicles

Cytel has appointed Dr Kyle Wathen

10 May 2021

Cytel has announced that Bayesian clinical trial design specialist Dr Kyle Wathen has joined Cytel as vice president of scientific strategy and innovation

Supernovae twins open possibilities for precision cosmology

07 May 2021

Cosmologists have found a way to double the accuracy of measuring distances to supernova explosions – one of their tried-and-true tools for studying the mysterious dark energy that is making the universe expand faster and faster

Atos aims to boost quantum research in Brazil

06 May 2021

Atos and Senai Cimatec, one of Brazil’s leading education, research institutes, announce Brazil’s first Center of Excellence in Quantum Computing

Labforward ramps up Series B financing

04 May 2021

Labforward has added €3m to the Series B funding from January, bringing the total funds raised to €8.5m

IBM to Acquire Turbonomic

02 May 2021

IBM has announced that it will acquire Turbonomic, an Application Resource Management (ARM) and Network Performance Management (NPM) software provider based in the US

Met Office and Microsoft announce new supercomputer to support UK weather simulation

22 April 2021

The Met Office has signed a multimillion-pound agreement with Microsoft for the provision of a supercomputer to accelerate weather and climate forecasting in the UK

Cloud supercomputer to advance research at Cambridge University

20 April 2021

A new open, cloud-native supercomputer at Cambridge University will enable researchers to pursue exploration like never before

Durham University and DiRAC’s supercomputer will accelerate our understanding of the universe

15 April 2021

Durham University’s new COSMA-8 supercomputer — to be used by world-leading cosmologists in the UK to research the origins of the universe — will be accelerated by Nvidia HDR InfiniBand networking