Monthly Archives: June 2017

Cloud-Resolving Climate Modeling of Earth’s Water Cycle

Severe weather events are driven by the physics of convection. By simulating convective storms at a high resolution of one kilometer, scientists can improve predictions of regional water cycles.

Making It All Work: Developing a Software Stack for Exascale

(This is an introductory-level article targeted for readers somewhat new to HPC and exascale.) Without the invisible infrastructure called the software stack, even the world’s fastest computer wouldn’t compute much

CEED Co-Design Center Launches New Website

The website for the ECP's Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations (CEED) co-design center is now live. CEED is one of the ECP’s five co-design centers established to overcome performance barriers

U.S. Funds Exascale Computing Research

Article by Mark Rockwell of Government Computer News The ECP program and the push to get an exascale system, or possibly two, operational isn't to catch up to China, said

Advancing the Frontiers of Computing at PNNL: the March Toward Exascale

Source: Tri-City Herald, Kennewick, WA A contributed article from Steven Ashby, Director, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory We often hear how supercomputers are used to tackle incredibly complex problems. They have

INSIDEHPC: DOE AWARDS $258 MILLION FOR EXASCALE TO U.S. HPC VENDORS

InsideHPC's Rich Brueckner reports on the DOE PathForward Announcement. https://insidehpc.com/2017/06/podcast-doe-awards-258-million-exascale-u-s-hpc-vendors/  

Anandtech’s Ryan Smith Covers DOE Announcement of PathForward Contracts

PATHFORWARD: US DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AWARDS $258M IN RESEARCH CONTRACTS TO DEVELOP EXASCALE SUPERCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

HPCwire’s John Russell Covers the DOE PathForward Announcement

Six Exascale PathForward Vendors Selected; DOE Providing $258 Million.

Oak Ridge Computing Director Nichols on What Will Matter at Exascale

Featured ECP Lab Partner Update Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee is the largest US Department of Energy (DOE) science and energy lab and has been home to some

On the Path to the Nation’s First Exascale Supercomputers: PathForward

Six leading U.S. technology companies will receive funding to accelerate technology for the nation’s first exascale supercomputers.

PathForward Vendors Weigh In on Funding Announcement

Department of Energy Awards Six Research Contracts Totaling  $258 Million to Accelerate U.S. Supercomputing Technology QUOTES FROM VENDORS RECEIVING AWARDS   Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Sunnyvale, California “AMD is excited

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