Exascale’s New Software Frontier: LatticeQCD for Particle Physics

“Exascale’s New Frontier,” a project from the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, explores the new applications and software technology for driving scientific discoveries in the exascale era. The Science Challenge One of the most challenging goals for researchers in the fields of nuclear and particle physics is to better understand the interactions between quarks and gluons — […]

Exascale: Bringing Engineering and Scientific Acceleration to Industry

At SC23, held in Denver, Colorado, last November, members of ECP’s Industry and Agency Council, comprised of U.S. business executives, government agencies, and independent software vendors, reflected on how ECP and the move to exascale is impacting current and planned use of HPC….

HPC News Bytes 20240219: AI Safety and Governance, Running CUDA Apps on ROCm, DOE’s SLATE, New Advanced Chips

Happy President’s Day morning to everyone! Today’s HPC News Bytes races (6:22) around the HPC-AI landscape with comments on: developments in AI security and governance, running CUDA (NVIDIA) apps on ROCm (AMD), DOE’s Exascale Software Linear….

NVIDIA Reveals Eos Supercomputer: 4,600 H100 GPUs for 18 AI Exaflops

NVIDIA Thursday released a video that offers the first public look at Eos (pictured here), a monster 18.4 exaflops FP8 AI supercomputer powered by 576 DGX H100 systems… NVIDIA said Eos would be ranked no. 9 on the TOP500 list of the world’s fastest supercomputers, according….

Exascale’s New Software Frontier: SLATE

“Exascale’s New Frontier,” a project from the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, explores the new applications and software technology for driving scientific discoveries in the exascale era.  Why Exascale Needs SLATE For nearly 30 years, scores of science and engineering projects conducted on high-performance computing systems have used either the Linear Algebra PACKage (LAPACK) library […]

ALCF Developer Session Feb. 28: Aurora’s Exascale Compute Blade

On Wednesday, Feb. 28, the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility will hold a webinar from 11 am-noon CT on the compute blade of the Aurora exascale supercomputer. Registration for the event can be found here. Led by ALCF’s Servesh Muralidharan, the session will cover details of the blade’s components, and the flow of data between them, […]

HPC User Forum Announces Agenda for April 9-10 Event in Reston, VA

ST PAUL, Minn., February 12, 2024— The HPC User Forum, established in 1999 to promote the health of the global HPC industry and address issues of common concern to user, has published an updated agenda spotlighting its list of featured speakers for its upcoming meeting, on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 9-10 at the Hyatt Regency […]

Integrated Research Infrastructure: Argonne Combines HPC and Experiments to Speed Discovery

For over a decade, Argonne has been working to develop tools and methods to connect its powerful computing resources with large-scale experiments. Merging ALCF supercomputers with the APS has been a significant focus of…

Eviden to Deliver Modular Data Center for Europe’s 1st Exascale System

This morning, Eviden made it official: it has been awarded a contract by Jülich Supercomputing Centre in Germany to build the modular data center to host the EuroHPC JUPITER supercomputer, Europe’s first exascale system. This is not surprising because….

HPC News Bytes 20240115: RIKEN’s HPC-Quantum Platform, RFP for Post-Exascale, HPE Acquires Juniper, Google: AI Chip Trial, No Cloud Exit Fees

A happy mid-winter morning to you. Here’s a rapid (5:06) rundown of recent developments in the world of HPC-AI, including: RIKEN’s hybrid quantum-classical HPC platform with Quantinuum, Google in $1.67B AI chip patent trial….