Fujitsu and Tohoku University have developed a 3D Tsunami Simulator that will enable highly-precise tsunami forecasting. The goal of the research is to lead to the drawing up of a disaster mitigation plan modeled for western Japan.
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This week Fujitsu Laboratories announced that it has successfully simulated the electrical properties of a 3,000-atom nano device.
Today Micron Technology announced plans to adapt its Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) for petascale supercomputer systems.
Today the Open Scalable File Systems organization announced that Fujitsu has joined OpenSFS. Fujitsu is also a Gold Sponsor of the Lustre User Group (LUG) in Tokyo, taking place October 17, 2013.
In this video from the CEATEC conference in Japan, a curious reporter with a steadicam visits the Fujitsu exhibit and gets an overview of the company’s line of supercomputing products. Along the way, we get a sneak peek at Fujitsu’s plans for their Post-FX10, a 100 Petaflop SPARC-powered system on the way to Exascale.
Today Fujitsu announced that Canon has ordered a 20 Teraflop PRIMEHPC FX10 supercomputer. Based on SPARC64 IXfx processing technology similar to that used in the 10 Petaflop K computer, the new system will be used for virtual prototyping and various analytical simulations in Canon’s product development activities. With the new system, Canon will now be […]
Altair, a provider of simulation technology and engineering services, has announced that Fujitsu will resell Altair’s workload management software product, PBS Professional, as a component of Fujitsu’s recently announced HPC cluster software stack. A leader in worldwide information and communication technology, Fujitsu is now an Altair global authorised reseller and will offer PBS Professional on […]
Fujitsu has received an order from Nagoya University’s Information Technology Center for a high-performance supercomputer for academic research. The system will have a hybrid configuration, composed of a Fujitsu supercomputer PrimeHPC FX10 and an HPC cluster comprised of Fujitsu Server PrimeRGY CX400. At deployment, it will have a theoretical peak performance of 561.4 teraflops, and […]
Today Fujitsu announced the launch of operations of the purpose-built Atacama Compact Array (ACA) Correlator supercomputer system, which will process images from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) project, a Chile-based radio telescope featuring unprecedented sensitivity and resolution. With the observations from ALMA, we hope to gain insights into such mysteries as how galaxies have […]