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  1. Nvidia will build the 'world's fastest AI supercomputer' Cineca and Nvidia team up for a European Exascale supercomputer for AI (Image credit: Atos) Nvidia and Cineca, an Italian inter-university consortium and major supercomputing center, have announced plans to build ‘the world’s fastest AI supercomputer.’ The upcoming Leonardo system will use nearly 14,000 Nvidia A100 GPUs for a variety of high-performance computing tasks. The peak performance of the system is expected to hit 10 FP16 ExaFLOPS. The s
  2. NVIDIA partners with University of Florida to build AI supercomputer University of Florida (UF), in partnership with NVIDIA, is building the world's fastest artificial intelligence-based supercomputer in higher education. When completed, the supercomputer would run at 700 petaflops. The project is estimated to cost about $70 million, out of which $25 million is from NVIDIA co-founder Chris Malachowsky, who went to UF, and $25 million from the firm in hardware, software, training, and services. The rest would come from UF that will be used to build a
  3. Nvidia used AMD Epyc CPU to develop a seriously impressive supercomputer Team Green opts for Team Red technology (Image credit: Shutterstock / Timofeev Vladimir) The recently published rankings of the world's most powerful supercomputers contained more than just the news that ARM now powers the fastest machine on the planet (with the A64FX inside). Sitting at number 7 in the list is a new entry, called Selene. What makes this supercomputer so special is not that it contains AMD’s Rome EPYC 7742 processors (64 cores, clo
  4. Microsoft unveils "fifth most powerful" supercomputer in the world Last year, Microsoft entered a partnership with OpenAI, investing $1 billion into the research firm. Through this collaboration, the Redmond giant planned to develop Azure AI capabilities in large-scale systems. At its Build 2020 developer conference today, Microsoft has unveiled the fifth most powerful publicly recorded supercomputer in the world. Built exclusively with and for OpenAI as a product of the aforementioned collaboration, the supercomputer hosted in Azure helps specific
  5. How a supercomputer is helping AT&T prepare for extreme weather Prepping for climate change with help from a national lab Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images AT&T has a new climate change risk-assessment tool, developed with the help of Argonne National Laboratory’s scientists and supercomputing power, CNBC reports. The telecommunications company hopes to protect its infrastructure from the flooding and extreme weather events that are projected to increase as climate change continues. A few years a
  6. System will mix Epyc CPUs and Radeon Instinct GPUs. Enlarge / AMD CEO Lisa Su, holding a Rome processor. The large chip in the middle is the 14nm I/O chip; around it are pairs of 7nm chiplets containing the CPU cores. AMD AMD and Cray have announced that they're building "Frontier," a new supercomputer for the Department of Energy at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The goal is to deliver a system that can perform 1.5 exaflops: 1.5×1018 floating point operations per second. By way of comparison, a single Nvidi
  7. AMD's Zen 4 powered El Capitan exascale Supercomputer will be on nuclear duty AMD, in partnership with HPE, announced today that its fourth-gen EPYC, based on 'Zen 4' CPU core, will be powering the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)'s upcoming exascale Supercomputer dubbed the 'El Capitan'. The computer will also be featuring next-gen Radeon Instinct GPUs as accelerators. The two will work in tandem in AMD's enhanced version of the open-source heterogenous ROCm software environment. Fourth-gen EPYC processors are codenamed "Genoa" and A
  8. Will run national security, energy workloads HPE is building the world's largest Arm-based supercomputer, Astra – 2.5 petaFLOPS from 2,592 HPE Apollo 70s – for Sandia National Labs in the US, where it will run advanced modeling and simulation workloads in areas including national security and energy. Apollo 70s have four compute nodes in a 2U case. The CPUs are Cavium Arm v8-A 64-bit Thunder X2 with up to 32 cores and 8 x DDR4 channels. Astra involves 2,592 dual-CPU servers with more than 145,000 cores. Liquid cooling will keep these hot little c
  9. Summit is a stepping stone toward a world of exascale computing. The winner: The US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee has taken the wraps off Summit, which boasts peak computing power of 200 petaflops, or 200 million billion calculations a second. That makes it a million times faster than your typical laptop. The loser: China. Summit is 60 percent faster than the previous supercomputing leader, the Sunway TaihuLight based in the Chinese city of Wuxi. Consolation prize: China still boasted way more entries than the US in a list of the fas
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