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RIKEN to Host Exascale Supercomputer in 2020

This week the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology selected RIKEN to develop a new exascale supercomputer. With a planned deployment in 2020, the new system is expected to keep Japan at the leading edge of computing science and technology.

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Supercomputing to Fuel the Future of Deep Space Exploration

"This is all made possible through the large-scale Square-Kilometer Array, a structure that is being designed as an ongoing process. Construction is set to begin in 2018 and will likely continue through 2023. However, answering the major questions of the universe will likely be impossible without subsequent innovation in the...

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NASA’s Rupak Biswas Investigates the Weird World of Quantum Computing

In this special feature, John Kirkley talks with Dr. Biswas to learn more about NASA’s fledgling involvement in the weird world of quantum computing.

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NAG Broadens 64-bit ARM Ecosystem

This week the Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) announced a new technical collaboration with ARM.

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New 'Real-World' Benchmark Could Shake Up Top500 Supercomputer List

The 42nd edition of the TOP500 list of supercomputers has been released and the Top500 editors have announced a new testing regime. On Nov. 18 the organizers released the High Performance Conjugate Gradient (HPCG) that is designed to better predict a supercomputer’s real-world usefulness.

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