Based in Canberra, Australia's newest supercomputer named Gadi has placesd 25th in the world in the latest Top500 list of the world's most powerful supercomputers after achieving impressive benchmark results.
Australia's biggest supercomputing facility, NCI, which is housed at the Australian National University has named its newest research supercomputer with a name from the language of the Ngunnawal people of the Canberra region to mark National Reconciliation Week.
As usual, Microsoft is using Build, its annual event for developers, to make multiple announcements. Here are some of the highlights.
A new 78-node cluster will be delivered and installed at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Perth in support of the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope. The MWA is one of the many precursor projects being developed as part of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), a joint venture between Australia and South Africa with input from radio astronomers located around the world.
Chinese PC vendor Lenovo and processor giant Intel have supplied Harvard University's Faculty of Arts and Sciences Research Computing unit a supercomputer that, for the first time, uses liquid for its cooling.
The University of Queensland is using a supercomputer from Dell Technologies in research on Alzheimer’s disease.
Australia is to get a new supercomputer which will deliver a 10-fold increase in speed for researchers when it is installed at the Australian National University.
TAFE NSW has taken delivery of Australia’s first NVIDIA DGX Station, which will be used in the TAFE Digital Learning Lab to accelerate machine mearning and artificial intelligence research.
BP says it has "more than doubled the total computing power of its Centre for High-Performance Computing (CHPC) in Houston, making it the most powerful supercomputer in the world for commercial research."
HPE and SpaceX have launched HPE’s Spaceborne supercomputer into space this month aboard the SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft as part of a year-long experiment to test its ability to function in the harsh conditions of space.
The world has a brand new number one supercomputer and it is thrice as fast as the previous leader.
A new system jointly designed by Dell and CSIRO extends the 'software defined' concept to supercomputing, and is allowing researchers to get results more quickly.
Monash University's third-generation Massive supercomputer was officially commissioned yesterday.
The City of Melbourne has launched a four-year plan with the aim of further enhancing what it says is Melbourne’s multi-million dollar ‘knowledge industry’ and the city's claim to be the 'knowledge city'.
Australia's government-run weather experts the Bureau of Meterology will purchase a new supercomputer and datacentre following a datalink upgrade, boosting speeds from 80 gigabits per second to 200.
Intersect Australia will install an SGI supercomputer at one of Macquarie Telecom's Sydney data centres and make it available to Australian researchers.
Climate variations in the Indian and Pacific Oceans will drive the planet's climate in 2012.
IBM today formally opened IBM Research and Development - Australia in Melbourne today. The laboratory is part of IBM's 'smarter planet' initiative, and iTWire spoke to one of the researchers.
Not since the Earth Simulator was dethroned in 2004 has Japan held the top position in the Top500 supercomputer list.
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