Competition in the HPC processor market is building with the news that Adapteva, a specialist in the design of energy efficient accelerator chips and compute modules, has created a new 1024-core processor – thanks, in part, due to a grant from the US, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
A new supercomputer, operated by the EPCC, will provide services to accelerate product development for business users. This new supercomputer will be used to dramatically reduce the time taken for businesses to bring new products to market – providing a competitive advantage for business users
ARM has announced an on-chip interconnect technology designed to increase data throughput for HPC, data centre and cloud applications
The University of Queensland (UQ) has received a new high-performance data storage fabric from DataDirect Networks (DDN) to facilitate easier access to data between its main campus and its off-site data centre
With the close of the Adept Project this week comes the release of a new open-source suite of energy measurement tools, developed throughout the course of the research project.
Wolfgang Gentzsch explains the role of HPC container technology in providing ubiquitous access to HPC
Researchers at the UK’s Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) are demonstrating a software framework that can automatically generate computer code which enables scientific applications to run on supercomputers.
A consortium of European researchers and technology companies recently completed the EU-funded SAVE project, aimed at simplifying the execution data-intensive applications on complex hardware architectures.
The ArcticDEM project has released newly completed 3-D topographical models of Alaska – as part of a project to create the first high-resolution, high-quality and openly distributed set of digital elevation models (DEM) of all arctic landmasses above 60 degrees north.
IBM has launched new, enterprise-class, all flash storage designed to provide primary storage for cloud or cognitive applications and workloads
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