Advanced Clustering and AMD CPUs Help Folding@home project study Covid-19 proteins
posted on August 4, 2020

Dr. Greg Bowman of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has turned the focus of the Folding@home project, which is the largest crowd-sourced computational biology project the world has ever seen, over to the study of Covid-19. Bowman, an associate professor of biochemistry and molecular biophysics at university, is relying on tens of […]

SC20 announces it will be all-virtual
posted on July 28, 2020

On July 27, SC20 organizers announced that this year’s event will be virtual only. We will be getting updates about how the show experience will unfold for attendees and exhibitors, but for now here are the things we do know: All presentations and sessions will be pre-recorded (NO live streaming) Sessions will include a question and answer […]

SC20: The Last Show Standing
posted on July 21, 2020

After PEARC20 makes its appearance as a virtual-only event next week, the only remaining HPC trade show on our calendar for this most unusual of years is SC20. While we have not made a final determination about whether or not we will be traveling to Atlanta in November to exhibit at the event, we can […]

Featured Product: ACTserv e2220
posted on July 10, 2020

Our ACTserv e2220 is a dual socket AMD EPYC “Rome” 2U system with 12x 3.5″ drive bays. It features 3200MHz DDR4 memory and 32x DIMM sockets for support up to 4TB. This system is ideal for memory-intensive workloads such as genomics codes, in-memory databases and real-time analytics. Check it out on our site and use the online Configurator to incorporate it into […]

HPC Hardware from Advanced Clustering aids Boston Children’s Hospital in Covid-19 research project
posted on June 30, 2020

Boston Children’s Hospital is acquiring high performance computing hardware from Advanced Clustering Technologies to support the hospital’s key role in a nationwide study that seeks to find new strategies for the diagnosis and treatment of Covid-19. The IMPACC (IMmunoPhenotyping Assessment in a COVID-19 Cohort) study will include up to 2,000 Covid-19 patients from 10 to 12 […]

Intel debuts 3rd Gen Xeon (Cooper Lake) Processors
posted on June 18, 2020

Today Intel unveiled its third-generation Scalable Xeon processor (Cooper Lake) family for four- and eight-socket servers. Cooper Lake is designed to handle AI and analytics workloads running in the datacenter. The company announced 11 new SKUs with between 16-28 cores, up to 3.1 Ghz base clock (up to 4.3 Ghz with Turbo Boost), and support for […]

Scientific Computing World runs survey on scientific research use of HPC
posted on June 12, 2020

Scientific Computing World, a multi-platform publication for scientists and engineers using computing to further their research, would like to know more about practical issues faced by managers/directors of HPC resources and also those faced by researchers/scientists using those facilities. By completing this survey, you’ll help refine the information and content that the publication provides to become more […]

NVIDIA launches DGX™ A100, the Universal System for Every AI Workload
posted on May 22, 2020

NVIDIA has just announced the introduction of the NVIDIA DGX™ A100, the world’s first 5 petaFLOPS AI system. The new system offers unprecedented compute density, performance, and flexibility with the NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU. Integrating eight A100 GPUs, the system provides unprecedented acceleration and is fully optimized for NVIDIA CUDA-X™ software and the end-to-end […]

AMD Debuts 3 EPYC Rome SKUs
posted on April 14, 2020

Today AMD announced the launch of three new SKUS based on the 7nm second-generation Epyc “Rome” platform. The new SKUs target commercial HPC workloads as well as hyperconverged infrastructure and database applications. The new processors announced today include: the eight-core EPYC 7F32 the 16-core 7F52 the 24-core 7F7s All three processors feature base clock speeds […]

High Performance Computing Aiding Fight Against COVID-19
posted on April 2, 2020

As the bad news about coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to compound with each new day, high performance computing is bringing a rare bright spot. The list of HPC researchers, facilities and vendors who are fighting the pandemic on the ground continues is impressive and ever-expanding. Here is a roundup of HPC contributions to the battle to […]

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