Texas Advanced Computing Center at the University of Texas has launched a new supercomputer - Stampede2 - with help from a $30 million award from the US National Science Foundation (NSF)
UK government has contracted project management firm, Amec Foster Wheeler, to lead a £2.9 million nuclear research program.
Initial results of the Scientific Computing World (SCW) HPC readership survey have shown training and support for HPC resources are the number one concern for both those that operate and manage HPC facilities and researchers using HPC resources
PSSC Labs, a developer of custom HPC and Big Data computing solutions, today announced it is working with Atmospheric Data Solutions, (ADS) to provide a new turnkey HPC system aimed at weather modelling applications
Some of Europe’s leading supercomputing centres have joined forces to create a buyers group that will enable joint public procurement of new HPC systems.
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)
At ISC High Performance 2017, held in Frankfurt, Germany, deep learning is driving new computing innovation as the HPC industry sets its sights on AI hardware and applications
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
The 49th edition of the TOP500 list has been released in conjunction with the opening session of the ISC High Performance conference, which is taking place this week in Frankfurt, Germany. The list ranks the world’s most powerful supercomputers based on the Linpack benchmark and is released twice per year.
US Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry, announced that six leading US technology companies will receive funding from the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) as part of its new PathForward program, accelerating the research necessary to deploy the nation’s first exascale supercomputers
Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets
Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users