Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Thursday, July 25, 2024

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The Case for ‘Inexactness’ in Supercomputing

Scientific computing must become less rigid and power hungry as researchers seek new ways to model and understand the real world, a climatologist argues. In a commentary published this ...Full Article

Green500 Founder on Getting to Exascale: ‘Something’s Gotta Change’

<p>After the latest Green500 rankings were announced on Friday, <em>Green Computing Report</em> caught up with list founder Professor Wu Feng. While there's been some impressive movement at the top of the ...Full Article

The Challenges of Energy Efficient Exascale Computing

At some point, the advancement in computer technology will lead to computing at one exaflops, or a thousand petaflops. Achieving this landmark goal is driving datacenters to meet the ...Full Article

Wu Feng Analyzes Green500 Data to Find a Path to Exascale Computing

Feng, co-founder of the Green500, has collected and analyzed the data from seven years of Green500 winners. Computers are getting bigger, faster, and more efficient every year. But is ...Full Article

An ExaFlop Under 20 Megawatts by 2019? Not Likely

Despite improvements in energy efficiency, new generations of computers seem to always use more power than the previous ones. Reaching power efficiencies that will allow exascale computing requires ore ...Full Article

TERATEC Forum 2012 Focuses on High Performance Modeling and Simulation

<img style="float: left;" src="http://media2.hpcwire.com/dmr/teratec_logo.jpg" alt="" width="94" height="37" />"Design by Simulation" is the theme of the June 27-28 meeting at Ecole Polytechnique (Paris area) with its strong emphasis on digital ...Full Article

The Road to Exascale: Can Nanophotonics Help?

A new nanoscale light-based device developed at Stanford's School of Engineering transmits data at ultrafast rates while using thousands of times less energy than current technologies. The nanophotonic device ...Full Article
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