January 8, 2020

U.S. restricts exports of geospatial AI software

The Trump administration's move to limit export of AI-based geospatial imaging software extends U.S. restrictions on technology that foreign countries could use to develop weapons systems. ... Read article
December 19, 2019

HPC in the Cloud Rolls through an Inflection point

Hyperion Research has declared 2019 as the year that high performance computing in the cloud hit a “tipping point.” Cloud spending for HPC work ... Read article
December 17, 2019

Quantum Bits: Rigetti Debuts New Gates, D-Wave Cuts NEC Deal, AWS Jumps into the Quantum Pool

There’s been flurry of significant news in the quantum computing world. Yesterday, Rigetti introduced a new family of gates that reduces circuit depth ... Read article
November 25, 2019

At SC19: Bespoke Supercomputing for Climate and Weather

Weather and climate applications are some of the most important uses of HPC – a good model can save lives, as well as billions of dollars. ... Read article
November 25, 2019

AI-driven HPC Industry Continues to Push Growth Projections

Three major forces – AI, cloud and exascale – are combining to raise the HPC industry to heights exceeding expectations. According to market study results ... Read article
September 24, 2019

IBM Opens Quantum Computing Center, Announces 53-Qubit Machine

Gauging progress in quantum computing is a tricky thing. IBM yesterday announced the opening of the IBM Quantum Computing Center in New York... ... Read article
August 25, 2019

Iran says it’s building an AI supercomputer, despite sanctions

In a tweet, Iran said it is building a new supercomputer. Other nations are doing the same because high performance computing platforms lend themselves to AI development. ... Read article
August 25, 2019

Public cloud services grow HPC market, but work remains

HPC applications need a lot of resources, but not all enterprises can meet those requirements. However, new cloud services are emerging to address that gap in the market. ... Read article
August 3, 2019

Why hardware still matters in the era of cloud computing

The University of California at San Diego has adopted a cloud-first strategy that involves retiring three mainframes, shifting as many computing workloads as possible to the cloud and abandoning ... ... Read article
June 24, 2019

U.S. Targets China’s Supercomputing Push With New Export Restrictions

The Commerce Department on Friday took its broadest swipe yet at China’s supercomputing industry, imposing new export restrictions that effectively bar five major ... Read article
June 24, 2019

Supercomputing is latest front in U.S.-China high-tech battle

China’s burgeoning supercomputer industry became the latest target of U.S. trade restrictions as officials banned shipments to four Chinese technology companies ... Read article
June 9, 2019

Quantum Upstart: IonQ Sets Sights on Challenging IBM, Rigetti, Others

Until now most of the buzz around quantum computing has been generated by folks already in the computer business – systems makers, chip makers, and big cloud providers. ... Read article