China Stretches Another AI Framework To Exascale

The nexus of traditional high performance computing and artificial intelligence is a fact, not a theory, and the exascale-class machinery installed in the United States, Europe, China, and Japan will be a showcase for how these two powerful simulation and analytical prediction techniques can be brought together in many different ways.


Arm CPUs To Take A Bite Out Of The HPC Market

Arm-based servers have had a somewhat checkered history that has seen many abortive attempts to challenge the X86 processor hegemony, but the firm appears bullish about its chances in the high performance computing (HPC) sector, where it believes its licensing model and the energy efficiency of its architecture give it an edge.


Mixed Results With A64X Port for Seismic HPC

Seismic processing cloud infrastructure provider, DUG, has enough combined compute power to grace the leading ten systems on the Top 500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, with around 30 petaflops for seismic processing, full waveform inversion, petrophysics, and other HPC applications in oil and gas via many of its own software packages.