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Europe wants to have one exascale supercomputer by 2023

On March 23rd, in Rome, seven European countries signed a joint declaration on High Performance Computing (HPC), committing to an initiative that aims at securing the required budget and developing the technologies necessary to acquire and deploy two exascale supercomputers, in Europe, by 2023.  356 more words


A Scientist and a Supercomputer Re-create a Tornado

UW-Madison News, Eric Verbeten, March 13, 2017

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are using supercomputer simulations to study the structure of tornado-producing supercell thunderstorms. The researchers say they can create in-depth visualizations of supercells and discern how they form and ultimately spawn tornadoes. 109 more words

High Performance Computing

Introduction To Parallel Computing!

Student Y keeps asking all the “why” questions and answers to these by our very own Prof X will probably help you solve your doubts and clarify your concepts! 977 more words

High Performance Computing

Global High Performance Computing Market Size, Status and Forecast 2022

This report studies the global High Performance Computing market, analyzes and researches the High Performance Computing development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. 146 more words

Market Research

SLES 12 High Performance Computing Module for ARM based systems is now available

The High-Performance Computing Module (HPC Module) for SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLES) is now available for 64-bit ARM (AArch64) systems.

My colleague, Kai Dupke, stated in his blog… 303 more words

SUSE Linux

Evolving AI: Robots that can adapt like animals

The current hype around Artificial Intelligence (AI) does not seem to want a pause, but some reality check is due. Most of the time we are just talking about… 1,256 more words

Information Technology

ECHELON: The vanguard of next generation technical software

In September 1980, interest rates hovered around 12%, movie audiences were still reeling from the revelation that Darth Vader was Luke’s father, the first personal computers were hitting the market and I was about to enter MIT as a freshman in the Aeronautics/Astronautics department. 967 more words

Computational Science