Products and Press Releases

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IBM and Rapidus have announced a joint development partnership to advance logic scaling technology as part of Japan's initiatives to lead semiconductor research, development, and manufacturing

A digital healthcare start-up has secured two grants from a government programme to trial gaming and AI technology to support early screening and diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

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EQSIM has been breaking new ground in efforts to understand how seismic activity affects the structural integrity of buildings and infrastructure

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ACD/Labs has announced the release of version 2022 software applications on the Spectrus platform, and updates to Percepta platform software

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Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division has introduced software to help engineers design increasingly complex products with system-level modelling

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Optibrium has announced the appointment of Ian Smith as Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Horizon Quantum Computing will create multiple high-priority software engineering positions in Ireland

Nutanix sponsored report examines the potential impact of datacentre models on energy efficiency and carbon footprint

New system accelerates seismic analysis, increases accuracy, and enables oil and gas companies to discover resources in less time

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Altair’s workload manager and co-scheduler will accelerate critical research and discovery on two of the nation’s most powerful supercomputers

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At SC22, the world’s largest supercomputing event, Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) announced the appointment of Jem Davies as the new Chair of the Board of Directors

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced it is making supercomputing accessible for more enterprises to harness insights, solve problems and innovate faster by delivering its supercomputers in a smaller form factor and at a lower price point.