September 22, 2023

Large Language Models: The Largeness, the Power and the ‘Zero Shot’ Mystery

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June 29, 2023

@HPCpodcast: Hyperion’s Bob Sorensen on the State and Future of Quantum Computing

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May 25, 2023

New Sustainability Research from Hyperion Reveals Shifting Priorities for HPC

In April 2023, Hyperion Research conducted a survey sponsored by Dell Technologies, Intel, and NVIDIA regarding sustainability for high performance computing (HPC). The goal of the survey was to gain insights into […] ... Read article
April 10, 2023

inside HPC-Hyperion Research Interview: NSF’s Manish Parashar on the CHIPS and Science Act

As part of insideHPC’s series of interviews on behalf of HPC analyst firm Hyperion Research, we spoke with Manish Parashar, National Science Foundation director of the Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (OAC). Our topic: the NSF’s role in the implementation of the CHIPS and Science Act, the $280 billion bill enacted last year by the U.S. government to boost domestic research and manufacturing of semiconductors. ... Read article
April 10, 2023

insideHPC-Hyperion Research Interview: ITIF’s Ezell Says Global HPC-AI Leadership Is ‘Up for Grabs’

In this interview on behalf of HPC industry analyst firm Hyperion Research, we spoke with Stephen Ezell, VP for global innovation policy at the Washington, DC-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF). ... Read article
March 27, 2023

Episode 28: 2023 Trends in HPC w/Mark Nossokoff

Welcome to another episode of the Data Unchained podcast! Today’s guest is Mark Nossokoff, Senior Analyst at Hyperion Research. Mark talks with us about what we are seeing in the HPC technology market today, how HPC is being used by different enterprises, and other exciting trends that are coming up this year. ... Read article
March 27, 2023

insideHPC-Hyperion Research Interview: Argonne’s Rick Stevens on the Future of Everything

In this interview conducted on behalf of HPC analyst firm Hyperion Research, we spoke with Argonne National Laboratory’s Rick Stevens about the present and future of HPC. ... Read article
March 15, 2023

How Worried Are You About a Looming Quantum Winter?

Layoffs and the threat of delisting at Rigetti and less-well-publicized cash squeezes elsewhere in the young quantum computing landscape have caused a stir. Hyperion Research today issued a Quick Take acknowledging the unsettled quantum waters but suggesting current conditions are more of a passing storm – quite tough on those caught in it – that will pass. ... Read article
March 15, 2023

HPC User Forum Publishes Updated Agenda for April 2023 Meeting

The HPC User Forum is internationally recognized for its diverse user participation and facilitation of invaluable networking among users, vendors, government agencies and private industry. Each year, two full-membership meetings are held in the United States and two at international locations. ... Read article
December 27, 2022

Boston startup can search Shakespeare’s plays in a test tube of DNA

Parting is such sweet sorrow, Shakespeare’s doomed protagonist Juliet tells her lover Romeo. But how many times does the Bard use the word “sorrow” in the play? You can use a computer to search the text and come up with the answer (10). ... Read article
December 26, 2022

Concerns about Trajectory of Classical HPC Helping to Drive Quantum R&D

In the face of tremendous complexities and uncertain progress, quantum computing continues to draw significant investments and R&D efforts from countries and companies around the world. A key reason: an “increasing concern about the trajectory of classical HPC,” according to Bob Sorensen, SVP of research at HPC industry analyst firm Hyperion Research, who delivered a “whirlwind tour” of quantum last week at a HPC User Forum hosted by Hyperion in Washington. ... Read article
December 13, 2022


The HPC industry, after years of discussions and anticipation and some relatively minor delays, is now fully in the era of exascale computing, with the United States earlier this year standing up Frontier, its first such supercomputer, and plans for two more next year. ... Read article