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Quantinuum Says It’s Near Quantum Error Correction Break-even Point

Quantinuum, which joins Cambridge Quantum software with Honeywell Quantum trapped-ion hardware, today announced it is close to a breakeven point in quantum error correction.

MemVerge Announces Memory Machine Cloud Edition and Memory Viewer for CXL

MILPITAS, Calif. – August 2, 2022 – Big memory software company MemVerge  today announced general availability of two new software products, Memory Machine Cloud Edition and Memory Viewer. Memory Machine Cloud Edition software uses patented ZeroIO memory snapshot technology and cloud service orchestration to checkpoint long-running applications and allow customers to use spot instances, which MemVerge said […]

OME and Glenco Software Launch OMERO and OMERO Plus for OME-NGFF Support

SEATTLE and DUNDEE, United Kingdom, Aug. 2, 2022 — Today the Open Microscopy Environment (OME) and Glencoe Software announced the latest versions of OMERO and OMERO Plus with support for OME-NGFF, a cloud-friendly data format optimized for multi-dimensional bioimaging datasets. This technology is designed to make working with bioimaging data in cloud deployments easier, faster […]

Cogniteam and AAEON Announce Robotics Partnership

Tel Aviv, Aug. 1, 2022 — Cogniteam, the developers of a drag n’ drop robotics operating system, called Nimbus, is partnering with a designer and manufacturer of industrial IoT and Edge AI solutions, AAEON, to develop what the companies call “ready-to-build” robotic hardware. Companies who recognize a new market demand can immediately choose the AAEON […]

Exascale: ECP’s QMCPACK Project for Predicting and Controlling Materials

In this episode of the Let’s Talk Exascale podcast, produced by  DOE’s Exascale Computing Project, the topic is an ECP subproject called QMCPACK, which aims to find, predict, and control materials from first principles with predictive accuracy. This episode offers a conversation with QMCPACK’s principle investigator, Paul Kent, a distinguished R&D staff member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The discussion

NVIDIA Announces GA of AI Enterprise 2.1

NVIDIA today announced the general availability of NVIDIA AI Enterprise 2.1., an updated version of its AI and data analytics software suite designed to help enterprises deploy and scale AI applications across bare metal, virtual, container, and cloud environments. NVIDIA said AI Enterprise 2.1 offers advanced data science with the latest NVIDIA RAPIDS and low […]

MemVerge to Host CXL Forum at the Flash Memory Summit Aug. 2

MILPITAS, Calif. – July 21, 2022 – Big memory software company MemVerge will host a full-day forum during the Flash Memory Summit on Tuesday, Aug. 2. The forum, “CXL: Getting Ready for Takeoff,” will give attendees a 360-degree view of development activity in the Compute Express Link (CXL) ecosystem and act as an accelerator for vendor […]

The More You Scale, the Less You Pay … No, Really

Ansys Cloud, the managed cloud service provided by Ansys and enabled on Microsoft Azure, recently announced availability of 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors with AMD 3D V-Cache with HBv3 virtual machines (VMs). The development unites three powerful catalysts of innovation — chip development, simulation, and cloud computing — to offer a more robust, three-layered approach to computing without on-premises hardware restrictions.

The Evolution of HPC Storage: More Choices Yields More Decisions

[SPONSORED CONTENT] The past few years have brought many changes into the HPC storage world, both with technology like non-volatile memory express (NVMe) or persistent memory, and the growth of software defined storage solutions. Gone are the days when IBM Spectrum Scale (secretly, we know we all still call it GPFS) or Lustre were the only real choices in the market. In retrospect, the choice was easy: you picked one of the two and away you went.  And nobody ever wondered if they made the right choice.   

@HPCpodcast: US Pressures ASML on Exports to China; US vs China Exascale; HPC Software

Following recent reports that Dutch chip manufacturing equipment maker ASML is under diplomatic pressure from the U.S. to regulate the export of its fabrication equipment  to China, we discuss market data, other suppliers of fab equipment, and a quick view of some of ASML’s own suppliers. ASML, the world’s only maker of extreme ultraviolet lithography systems, does not export to China EUV equipment instrumental to making the world’s most advanced chips used in HPC systems; it is the company’s older equipment, DUV (deep ultraviolet lithography)  systems, that the US is trying to block from the China market.