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Cray Unveils Unified Supercomputing Platform; Why Did IBM Buy Red Hat?

Episode 247: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman analyze Cray's unveiling of its unified supercomputing platform and IBM's purchase of Red Hat.

Neuromorphic Supercomputer Hits a Million Cores

Researchers at University of Manchester have constructed the world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer, paving the way for real-time brain simulations.

HPE Makes Space-Based Supercomputing Available to Astronauts

The demand for space-based high performance computing might be small right now, but for the time being, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has cornered the market.

Cray’s Next-Generation Supercomputer Headed to Berkeley Lab in 2020

The National Energy Research Scientific Computing (NERSC) Center at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has purchased a Cray supercomputer that will be one of the world’s first Shasta-class systems to come online.

Cray Unveils Shasta, Its Supercomputer Platform for the Exascale Era

Cray has introduced Shasta, its next-generation supercomputer platform that will serve as the company entry into the realm of exascale computing. The architecture will offer a flexible design that supports a wide array of processors, coprocessors, node configurations, and system interconnects, including one developed by Cray itself.