HPC News Bytes 20240103: Gelsinger on Moore’s Law, TSMC 1nm Plans, Huawei Financials, DARPA’s Quantum Project

All the best to everyone in 2024! A number of interesting things happened in HPC-AI last week, here’s a brief (5:18) run-down: Gelsinger’s updated Intel view on Moore’s Law; TSMC’s 1nm chip plans, Arizona fab labor dispute; Huawei’s improved financials,; DARPA’s “utility scale” quantum….

@HPCpodcast: A Parting Look at 2023 — What a Year for HPC-AI!

As we embark on 2024, Shahin and Doug offer this 2023 Year in Review special edition looking back at one of the most eventful years in the recent history of HPC, AI, quantum computing, open source and other advanced technologies. Throughout the year, major HPC-AI developments lit up technology trade media — and the global business and news media.

EuroHPC JU Issues Quantum Hosting Call

Dec. 19, 2023 — The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU) has launched a call for expression of interest to select hosting entities which will host and operate new EuroHPC quantum computers.  Applications must be submitted by 31/03/2024 at 17:00 CET. More details and all supporting documents are available on this dedicated webpage. The […]

qPOC: QauntumBasel, D-Wave and VINCI Energies in HVAC Design Proof-of-Concept

PALO ALTO, Calif. & BURNABY, British Columbia–December 19, 2023 — A quantum proof of concept (qPoC) project in the area of sustainable building design has been announced by VINCI Energies | DIANE, uptownBasel | QuantumBasel, and D-Wave (NYSE: QBTS), focused on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for complex buildings. The companies said the […]

Quantum Technology Companies Qubitekk and Qunnect Claim First Equipment Interoperability on EPB Quantum Network

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (Dec. 19, 2023) – In an industry collaboration to establish quantum networking interoperability on a commercial network, quantum networking hardware companies Qubitekk and Qunnect conducted a compatibility demonstration from Dec. 4-6, 2023, at EPB Quantum Network powered by Qubitekk, which the company said is the nation’s first commercially available quantum network. This initiative marks a pivotal moment […]

HPC News Bytes 20231218: Intel’s Emerald Rapids Chip, New York State’s ‘Chips Act,’ Quantum Market Sizing, NVIDIA vs. AMD ‘Benchmarketing’

A happy Monday morning to you in the run-up to the holidays. Here’s a quick run-down on recent HPC-AI news, including: Intel’s Gen-5 Emerald Rapids chip, New York State’s “Chips Act,” quantum market sizing, GPU “Benchmarketing”: Nvidia vs. AMD

How HPC Centers Can Start the Move to Quantum Now

By Mark Mattingley-Scott, Quantum Brilliance — To get started, it’s best if HPC center and their customers go with a small and incremental quantum strategy. A solution that can provide a running start and simplicity for scaling as the technology improves would be optimal for clients aspiring to achieve….

Terra Quantum Launches TQ42 Quantum-as-a-Service Platform

St. Gallen, Switzerland – December 12, 2023 – Quantum softare company Terra Quantum today launched TQ42, a quantum software-as-a-service platform designed to make quantum solutions easily accessible to enterprises. TQ42 delivers access to Terra Quantum’s advanced quantum algorithms and robust hybrid quantum cloud infrastructure, offering a streamlined, secure gateway for a range of users. Ideal […]

HPC News Bytes 20231211: AMD’s MI300, Quantum in the News, Linux Foundation’s 2 New Projects, EU AI Regulations, ISC Extends Deadlines

A happy deep and dark December morning to you! Here’s a sprint (5:28) through recent HPC-AI news, including: AMD MI300, the Q2B quantum conference and other quantum news, the Linux Foundation’s new projects….

Quantum: Harvard, QuEra, MIT and NIST/University of Maryland Announce Error-Corrected Algorithms on 48 Qubits

BOSTON, December 6, 2023 – Neutral-atom quantum company QuEra Computing today announced what the company said is a quantum computing breakthrough, published in the scientific journal Nature. In experiments led by Harvard University in collaboration with QuEra Computing, MIT, and NIST/UMD, researchers executed large-scale algorithms on an error-corrected quantum computer with 48 logical qubits and […]