NEC Corporation has announced the launch of the new “SX-Aurora TSUBASA C401-8" vecotr engine for use in its “SX-Aurora TSUBASA" vector supercomputer that offers 2.5 times the computing performance and twice the power efficiency of previous models.

An industry-led consortium aims to provide a single voice of the industry to guide and promote quantum research and technology within the UK and internationally.

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Andy Etheridge joins Zetta Genomics alongside a new Head of Product, tasked to power customer-focused solution development

Intellegens has announced the latest release of its machine learning software, focused on key practical tasks to accelerate innovation for chemicals, materials, and manufacturing. 

Alchemite applies an Artificial Intelligence (AI) method developed at the University of Cambridge to optimise products and processes, reduce experimental workloads, and enable faster R&D progress.

The UK-based digital therapeutics (DTx), my mhealth, has announced the promotion of Dr David Pettigrew as CEO

ISC announces program chair John Shalf 

ISC has announced John Shalf as the ISC 2023 Program Chair. Shalf is Department Head for Computer Science at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). He has been working in the field of high performance computing for nearly 30 years – having started at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) in 1994.

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Arm has announced the appointment of new board members Karen Dykstra and Jeff Sine and the appointment of Jason Child as Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

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The deal extends Eurotech's footprint in Germany and accelerates its growth strategy in the Edge Computing market in AIoT

Benchling an R&D cloud provider specalising in the biotechnology industry, announced the appointment of new executive leadership to its engineering and field organisations

The Steering Committee behind the SC22 conference and exhibition have announced that the Covid-19 vaccine requirement has been lifted for the event

An Indian-based software company has introduced a new platform to support the development of room temperature Qubits and help scientists more easily control quantum computing systems.

Q-CTRL, a developer of quantum control infrastructure software, has announced the addition of Alex Shih as Head of Product. In his new role, Shih will lead the company’s product management teams to deliver the technology’s value and ROI to customers and end users in new, broader markets.