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76% of global HPC data centres to use quantum computing by 2023

Atos and IQM have published the findings from the first global IDC study on the current status and future of quantum computing in high performance computing (HPC). Commissioned by IQM and Atos, the study reveals that 76% of HPC data centers worldwide plan to use quantum computing by 2023, and that 71% plan to move to on-premises quantum computing by 2026. IQM is part of Atos Scaler, an accelerator program creating partnerships with the start-up ecosystem.

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YellowDog builds multi-region supercomputer in the cloud in 33 minutes

With the ability to build a supercomputer in minutes, the platform promises to reduce the time and cost of critical research, while improving sustainability.

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82% of IT leaders looking to Cloud for critical mainframe applications

Market pressures and post-pandemic transformation initiatives are driving organizations to modernize their valuable mainframe assets to stay competitive.

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Atos and the CEA launch EXA1 supercomputer

The most powerful & energy-efficient HPC system in Europe based on General Purpose CPUs?

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Accelerating the delivery of HPC clusters

Super Micro Computer is expanding its HPC market reach for a broad range of industries by innovating at the system and cluster level. With its Total IT Solutions, Supermicro can deliver complete rack-level solutions faster and at a lower cost to not only scientific research organisations but also to enterprise customers in diverse industries, such as manufacturing, life sciences, and energy exploration, as HPC and AI converge.

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Xilinx launches Alveo U55C

Breakthrough HPC clustering solution and simplified programmability enable massive scale-out of cutting-edge compute across existing customer infrastructure and network.

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Worldwide IT spending is projected to total $3.5 trillion in 2017, a 1.4 per cent increase from 2016, according to Gartner, Inc. This growth rate is down from the previous quarter's forecast of 2.7 per cent, due in part to the rising US dollar.
AMD has just announced a new design win with Lenovo and Nikhef, the Dutch National Institute for Subatomic Physics. Nikhef is dedicating its new and freshly installed compute cluster, currently in its test phase, to calculation efforts to fight COVID-19. Normally used for calculations on particle physics and gravitational waves, the data centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is offering compute power to the University of Washington’s Rosetta@home project, which is trying to unravel the underlying protein structure with massive calculation nodes.
NVIDIA has introduced NVIDIA AI Enterprise, a comprehensive software suite of AI tools and frameworks that enables the hundreds of thousands of companies running VMware vSphere to virtualize AI workloads on NVIDIA-Certified Systems™.
New platform integrates software, services and hardware together to make the future of work a reality.
Atos has launched BullSequana Edge, said to be the highest-performing edge computing server on the market worldwide to manage data at the edge.
Simula Research Laboratory has chosen Bright Cluster Manager to manage its multi-architecture, multi-OS high-performance computing (HPC) environment.
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Three benefits of a converged infrastructure

ISG looked at the benefits of converged infrastructures, which combine data center components into centrally managed systems. NFLEX is a pre-configured converged infrastructure solution by NetApp and Fujitsu supporting all three ISG requirements.

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