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CEA-Leti: Neuromorphic Device Uses Up to ‘5 Orders of Magnitude’ Less Energy

GRENOBLE, France – July 7, 2022 – Technical research institute CEA-Leti announced it has developed an event-driven, object-localization system that couples piezoelectric, ultrasound transducer sensors to a neuromorphic, resistive memories-based computational map. Presented in a paper published recently in Nature Communications, the research team describes development of an auditory-processing system that increases energy efficiency by up […]

@HPCpodcast: Horst Simon on DOE’s Post-Exascale HPC Vision – More Flexibility, More Vendor Diversity; the Start of a New Leadership-class Supercomputing Market?

Following DOE’s next-gen supercomputing Request for Information (RFI) issued last week, we discussed what it all may mean with Dr. Horst Simon, Special Advisor to the Laboratory Director at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and co-editor of the TOP500 list since 2000. He takes us through the current (though fungible) state of DOE’s post-exascale vision, the implications of an Advanced Computing Ecosystem (ACE) outlined in the RFI and the possible emergence of a new, more vendor-diverse leadership-class systems market.

DOE Document Reveals Next-Gen Supercomputing Strategy: A Move to More Modular, Faster Upgrade Cycles

Less than a month after its Frontier system broke the exascale performance barrier and won the no. 1 supercomputing world ranking, the U.S. Department of Energy today issued an RFI revealing its strategic thinking for the next generation of leadership-class supercomputers extending out to 2030. The documentis calls for “the development of an approach that […]

Pasqal Named a 2022 Gartner Cool Vendor in Quantum Computing

Paris, June 21, 2022 – Pasqal, a neutral atoms quantum computing company, today announced the company has been named a 2022 Cool Vendor in Quantum Computing by Gartner. This report is designed to highlight interesting, new and innovative vendors, products and services. The ‘Cool Vendors in Quantum Computing’ report by Gartner noted, “Gartner’s Cool Vendors in Quantum […]

Berkeley Lab Scientists Say Barium Titanate Could Revolutionize Low-Power Microelectronics

Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory  have turned a century-old material, barium titanate, into what the lab today said is “a next-gen, thin-film material that shows potential for achieving the memory storage properties necessary for developing low-power microelectronics.” “We’ve known about barium titanate for the better part of a century and we’ve known how to […]

AWS Launches Center for Quantum Networking

June 21, 2022 — Amazon Web Services today announced the AWS Center for Quantum Networking (CQN), whose mission is to address scientific and engineering challenges and to develop new hardware, software, and applications for quantum networks. AWS said CQN will complement the quantum science and engineering efforts underway at the AWS Center for Quantum Computing and […]

insideHPC’s Exclusive ISC 2022 Video Interviews

Check out our exclusive video interviews from the ISC 2022 conference! You can find them on the right side of our home page. They include: AMD – An update on the EPYC CPUs and Instinct GPUs powering the new no. 1 supercomputer, Frontier, which is also the first HPC system to exascale-certified, along with the […]

Quantum Computing Inc. Unveils Software Built to Expand Quantum Processing Power By Up to 20x

LEESBURG, Va., June 07, 2022 — Quantum Computing Inc. today unveiled QAmplify, a suite of quantum software technologies designed to expand the processing power of current quantum computers by up to 20x. QAmplify is intended to supercharge any quantum computer to solve business problems today. The company is actively working with customers and partners in […]

Quantum Delta NL Appoints Scientist Philippe Bouyer

June 1, 2022 — Quantum Delta NL announced today the appointment of French scientist Philippe Bouyer as coordinator of its Third Catalyst (KAT 3) programme: Quantum Sensing Applications. In it, the University of Amsterdam (UvA), Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) and other knowledge institutions are working with companies to develop the technology and applications of […]

@HPCpodcast: Satoshi Matsuoka on the TOP500, Fugaku and Arm, Quantum and Winning Japan’s Purple Ribbon Medal of Honor

A leading figure in the HPC community, Prof. Satoshi Matsuoka, director of the RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS) and professor of computer science at Tokyo Institute of Technology, joined our @HPCpodcast for a far ranging discussion of supercomputing – past, present and future. At RIKEN, Matsuoka has overseen development of Fugaku, number 1 on the TOP500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers (the list will be updated next week during the ISC 2022 conference in Hamburg — as of now it’s not known if Fugaku will retain its position). Previously, Matsuoka was lead developer of another well-know supercomputer, TSUBAMI, the most powerful supercomputer in Japan at the time.