2020-12-15 - Anton Shilov

Intel Xe Graphics: Puts its GPU Stakes in the Ground

With its Xe GPUs, Intel is now officially a maker of discrete graphics processors. Does it have what it takes…

2020-05-18 - IDC

Asia/Pacific IT Spending to Decline by -1.3% in 2020

IDC expects Asia/Pacific excluding Japan (APeJ) IT spending to decline by -1.3% in 2020 as COVID-19 continues to challenge markets...

2020-03-10 - Brian Santo

El Capitan to Be Powered by AMD CPUs and GPUs

With AMD, HPE/Cray increases the supercomputer's performance from 1.5 exaflops to 2 exaflops. El Capitan promises to be the world's…

2020-02-19 - Nitin Dahad

Supercomputer: UK to Invest £1.2B

UK’s Met Office looking to replace three Cray XC40s with collective 460,000 compute cores, with a new supercomputer having 6…

2019-11-20 - Brian Santo

Nvidia Introduces Support for Arm-Based Servers

The GPU specialist introduced a reference design platform for GPU-accelerated Arm-based servers. Arm, Ampere, Cray, Fujitsu, HPE, and Marvell all…

2019-11-01 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Quantum Computing Is Becoming a Reality

A new Google computing experiment published in Nature has ushered in a new era of computing.

2019-08-16 - Rick Merritt

Cray Secures Third Exascale Deal

Cray won a $600 million deal to build the El Capitan exascale system, sweeping all three next-gen supercomputers for U.S.…

2019-07-01 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Building an AI Platform for Medical Imaging System

AI can help doctors spot anomalies in patient scans, but building a real-world AI medical imaging system at scale faces…

2019-05-08 - Rick Merritt

Next Exascale System Powered by AMD Chips

Frontier, the second of three U.S. exascale supercomputers, will use AMD CPUs and GPUs, claiming a performance lead the company…

2018-11-13 - Rick Merritt

China Extends Supercomputer Lead

Top 500 shows that China has a full 45 percent of systems on top list

2017-11-16 - Rick Merritt, EE Times

China Passes U.S. in Supercomputers

China is running more of the world's Top 500 supercomputers, cranking out more overall performance than systems in the U.S.…