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AMAX Launches LiquidMax Liquid Cooled HPC-AI Workstations

Dec. 1, 2021 — AMAX, provider of high-performance computing (HPC), artificial intelligence (AI) and OEM data center manufacturing, announces the launch of LiquidMax series liquid cooled workstations. Starting with LiquidMax TL40-X3, the ultra-quiet dual-socket intelligent GPU workstation accelerates deep learning training and visualisation applications for enterprise and research infrastructures. It is integrated with dual-socket 3rd […]

Panasas Joins Thales Network for HPC Storage Security  

SAN JOSE – Dec. 1, 2021 – High-performance computing (HPC) data storage company Panasas announced it has joined the Thales Accelerate Partner Network and is working with Thales on the adoption of integrated storage security solutions. The Panasas PanFS parallel file system delivers uncompromised performance to meet the intensive requirements of contemporary HPC and AI/ML […]

Can HPE GreenLake for HPC Deliver a Simpler User Experience than Public Cloud?

[Sponsored Post] When looking for a simple HPC user experience, many of us would naturally think of public cloud. But on-premises solutions like HPE GreenLake for HPC, powered by AMD EPYC processors, have picked up the advantages of public cloud without compromising performance. HPE GreenLake for HPC is designed to help you get the benefits of HPC without the deployment challenges. It’s a consumption-based solution that is fully managed and operated for you, just like public cloud.

Innovation Accelerated: Step Into Intel’s SC’21 Virtual Experience

[Sponsored Post] Get the latest Intel and community technology updates in the virtual HPC + AI Pavilion for Supercomputing 2021. Catch the demos, fireside chats, partner presentations, developer-led talks and Intel keynote at whatever time works best for you.

Meet OLCF’s Gina Tourassi, Director of National Center for Computational Sciences

Since Gina Tourassi began her career, computer science has come a long way. Tourassi learned programming in the 1980s starting with QBasic. It’s a programming environment that hasn’t been included with Microsoft operating systems for more than 20 years. When she first discovered her love of computational research, computer scientists were programming artificial intelligence (AI) […]

Thoughts on SC21: Exascale, TOP500, Diversity in HPC, Quantum, the Metaverse

We pulled together a quartet of HPC thought leaders from the technology analyst and national lab communities to gather their reflections on SC21, ranging from big-picture insights on how the event reflects the state of HPC to the keynotes, sessions and announcements they think were particularly notable. Topics covered: The need for diversity in recruiting […]

Cornelis Fabric Tapped by DOE / NNSA for Advanced Sim

Cornelis Networks announced it has been selected by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (DOE/NNSA) as an HPC network provider for the NNSA’s Tri-Laboratory Commodity Technology System 2 (CTS-2) system contract. NNSA’s Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) program recently awarded Dell Technologies a contract to deliver computing systems totaling more than 40 petaflops to […]

DoE: HPC4EI Solicitation to Connect Industry with Exascale HPC Resources

Washington, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced up to $3 million to connect industry partners with U.S. national laboratory high-performance computing (HPC) resources, including the new exascale systems to be installed at three labs starting with Frontier, at Oak Ridge, scheduled for later this year. DOE will award up to $300,000 […]

NVIDIA Long-Haul InfiniBand at Purdue University – Extending Accelerated Research Across Campus

[Sponsored Post] For data-driven researchers, the time-related expense of moving data from machines between data centers slows computation and causes costly delays in results. Plus, data center space can be limited for many organizations, even  well-established academic campuses. To address these issues, Purdue University deployed NVIDIA InfiniBand MetroX across campus in 2011, connecting remote computation clusters to remote storage facilities.

Yonsei Univ. to Bring IBM Quantum System One to Korea

SEOUL, November 16, 2021 — Today at the IBM Quantum Summit, IBM (NYSE: IBM) and Yonsei University announced that Korea is expected to become the fourth country in the world to have an on-premises IBM Quantum System One after the United States, Germany, and Japan. The IBM Quantum System One at Yonsei is expected to be online in 2023 at […]