Cray won a $600 million deal to build the El Capitan exascale system, sweeping all three next-gen supercomputers for U.S. government labs.
AI can help doctors spot anomalies in patient scans, but building a real-world AI medical imaging system at scale faces significant challenges.
Frontier, the second of three U.S. exascale supercomputers, will use AMD CPUs and GPUs, claiming a performance lead the company hasn't had since 2008
Top 500 shows that China has a full 45 percent of systems on top list
China is running more of the world's Top 500 supercomputers, cranking out more overall performance than systems in the U.S. for the first time.