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          A Million Processor Supercomputer      Cache   Translate Page      
Largest neuromorphic supercomputer The world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer has just been switched on. Called the Spiking Neural Network Architecture or SpinNNaker, it’s built to work like the human brain and can complete more that 200 million million actions per second, making it the fastest of its kind in the world. First AI medical app in Swahili Ada, an AI powered health platform, is launching in Swahili, making its health assessment technology available to more than 100 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa. The app uses data from real medical cases as well as knowledge from doctors and scientists. But how useful will it be if access to the internet or a decent smart phone is limited? Coding with the Flying Scotsman The UK has the lowest percentage of female engineers in Europe. To increase these figures the UK government has embarked on a “Year of Engineering” campaign. Our reporter Jack Meegan has travelled to the National Railway Museum in York – the home of the world famous Flying Scotsman locomotive - to find out more about the Future Engineers event designed to get girls into technology and engineering. Is Uber in the US? Is the question that Yinka Adegoke was asked once when he hailed an Uber in Nairobi. Yinka is the Africa Editor for the Quatrz news website and he's just published a piece about how the gig economy, pushed on by technology like Uber, AirBnB and other apps, is becoming increasingly vital to many African economies. (Photo: The world’s largest neuromorphic supercomputer. Credit: The University of Manchester) Producer: Ania Lichtarowicz
          Intel dévoile ses CPU Xeon Cascade Lake-AP pour systèmes 2S (48 cœurs / 96 threads, 12 canaux de mémoire par socket) et Xeon E-2100 pour systèmes 1S      Cache   Translate Page      
Intel dévoile ses CPU Xeon Cascade Lake-AP pour systèmes 2S (48 coeurs / 96 threads
Et 12 canaux de mémoire par socket) et Xeon E-2100 pour systèmes 1S

Intel a récemment détaillé un peu plus ses processeurs Xeon de la génération Cascade Lake-SP qui devraient inaugurer l'ère des protections intégrées contre les vulnérabilités Meltdown et Spectre, quelques jours seulement avant le coup d'envoi officiel de la conférence annuelle Supercomputing 2018 qui est prévu pour la semaine prochaine.

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          O CESGA celebra o 20 de novembro o seu 25 aniversario      Cache   Translate Page      
O vindeiro 20 de novembro a Fundación Pública Galega Centro Tecnolóxico de Supercomputación de Galicia (CESGA) conmemorará o seu 25 aniversario. O acto desenvolverase en horario de 13:00 a 14:00 horas ... - Fuente: www.codigocero.com
          An Ice Age in 120 seconds: Timelapse reveals how the Alps changed over 115,000 years      Cache   Translate Page      
The hypnotic simulation made using the Piz Daint supercomputer condenses tens of thousands of years to just two minutes, revealing there may have been more movement than previously thought.
          Supercomputers a 'step change' for NZ science      Cache   Translate Page      
Supercomputers a 'step change' for NZ science#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000 A new super-computing facility opened today will enable scientists to better understand everything from earthquakes to climate change.Niwa's new High Performance Computing Facility comprises three new interconnected supercomputers... Reported by New Zealand Herald 8 minutes ago.
          An Ice Age in 120 seconds: Timelapse reveals how the Alps changed over 115,000 years      Cache   Translate Page      
An Ice Age in 120 seconds: Timelapse reveals how the Alps changed over 115,000 years#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000 The hypnotic simulation made using the Piz Daint supercomputer condenses tens of thousands of years to just two minutes, revealing there may have been more movement than previously thought. Reported by MailOnline 4 hours ago.
          Foi ligado o supercomputador que imita o cérebro humano      Cache   Translate Page      
SpinNakerFoi ligado o maior supercomputador neuromórfico do mundo. A máquina, que tem um milhão de núcleos processadores, foi projetada e construída para funcionar tal e qual como funciona o cérebro humano – o órgão mais complexo do corpo e o mais difícil de ser desvendado. Ao longo de 20 anos, um grupo de cientistas desenvolveu uma […]

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          A New Supercomputer Is the World's Fastest Brain-Mimicking Machine      Cache   Translate Page      
The computer has one million processors and 1,200 interconnected circuit boards

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          Perimeter Public Lecture: How supercomputers help us see the fibres of the universe      Cache   Translate Page      

Watch Phiala Shanahan speak live about what science has learned about the origins of mass, and the nuclear reactions that power the sun, on Nov. 7 at 7pm ET

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           Neuromorphic Supercomputer With 1 Million Cores Mimics the Human Brain       Cache   Translate Page      
The SpiNNaker, a neuromorphic supercomputer with 1,000,000 cores, has gone live after being 12 years in construction.
          EuroHPC: Och Lëtzebuerg wëll e Supercomputer      Cache   Translate Page      
An der EU soll en Netzwierk aus Supercomputeren entstoen. Lëtzebuerg wëll och esou e Computer, e Projet, dee 50 bis 70 Millioune kéint kaschten.
          Winning Wiener wows judges       Cache   Translate Page      
A supercomputer named Wiener has won a gold Australian Computer Society Digital Disruptors Award at a gala event in Melbourne.
          Der vermessene Mensch (6): Das kartierte Gehirn      Cache   Translate Page      
Von Martin Hubert | Ist das Gehirn bald entzaubert? Supercomputer sollen in zehn Jahren im Human Brain Project der Europäischen Union ein ganzes Gehirn simulieren. In den USA und China sind ähnliche Projekte angelaufen. Versprochen wird ein riesiger Erkenntnisgewinn, sodass auch Krankheiten wie Alzheimer, Schizophrenie oder Depression besser behandelt werden können. Doch so leicht lässt sich das menschliche Gehirn dann doch nicht kartieren. Kritiker bezweifeln daher, dass man psychische Veränderungen und Störungen bald aus den Windungen des Nervensystems ablesen kann. (Produktion 2014)
          Peak performance: new stellarator experiments show promising results      Cache   Translate Page      
Imagine building a machine so advanced and precise you need a supercomputer to help design it. That’s exactly what scientists and engineers in Germany did when building the Wendelstein 7-X experiment. The device, funded by the German federal and state governments and the European Union, is a type of fusion device called a stellarator. The […]
          Google has enlisted NASA to help it prove quantum supremacy within months      Cache   Translate Page      
The firm will pit its Bristlecone quantum processor against a classical supercomputer early next year and see which comes out on top. Read more
          AMD’s EPYC CPUs Now Available on Amazon Web Services      Cache   Translate Page      

AMD on Tuesday announced availability of its processors on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). AMD EPYC-based systems will be used as web and application servers, backend servers for enterprise applications, as well as for test/development environments. The announcement is very important for AMD because Amazon Web Services is one of the world’s top adopters of servers.

AMD’s EPYC will be used for Amazon’s EC2 memory optimized and general purpose R5 and M5 instance families. AMD EPYC-powered M5 and R5 instances are offered in six sizes with up to 96 processors and up to 768 GB of memory. Meanwhile, AMD-based T3 instances will be available in 7 versions featuring up to 8 CPUs and 32 GB of memory.

AMD EPYC-based instances are already available in U.S. East (Ohio, North Virginia), U.S. West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), and Asia Pacific regions. AWS intends to install AMD EPYC-powered machines to other datacenters in the future, so eventually EPYC-based instances will be available in other regions soon, Amazon said.

“The availability of multiple AMD EPYC processor-powered instances on Amazon EC2 instances marks a significant milestone in the growing adoption of our high-performance CPUs with cloud service providers,” said Forrest Norrod, senior vice president and general manager, Datacenter and Embedded Solutions Business Group, AMD. “The powerful combination of cores, memory bandwidth and I/O on AMD EPYC processors create a highly differentiated solution that can offer lower TCO for our customers and lower prices for the end-user. Working with AWS, the number one provider in cloud services, has been amazing for the AMD team and we are excited to see the new instances come online today for their customers.”

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          Kristall-Gitter aus Licht      Cache   Translate Page      
Wie Forscher Materie simulieren. Von Ralf Krauter. | Der Physiknobelpreisträger Richard Feynman schlug 1981 vor, völlig neuartige Rechenmaschinen zu bauen: Sogenannte Quantensimulatoren, die das Verhalten komplexer Materialien genauer berechnen können als jeder Supercomputer. Nun wird seine Vision Wirklichkeit.
          Senior Software Engineer - Security and Platform Distribution - Cray - Bloomington, MN      Cache   Translate Page      
Our business is supercomputing. We are seeking an engineer in Cray R&D who is responsible for the distributions of Linux used in Cray Products and for security...
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          Artificial Intelligence Solutions Architect Team Lead - Cray - San Jose, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
This position is responsible for understanding and complying with Cray internal controls. Our business is supercomputing....
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           Million-core neuromorphic supercomputer could simulate an entire mouse brain       Cache   Translate Page      

A newly built supercomputer is able to simulate up to a billion neurons in real time, ...#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

After 12 years of work, researchers at the University of Manchester in England have completed construction of a "SpiNNaker" (Spiking Neural Network Architecture) supercomputer. It can simulate the internal workings of up to a billion neurons through a whopping one million processing units.

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          An Ice Age in 120 seconds: Timelapse reveals how the Alps changed over 115,000 years      Cache   Translate Page      
The hypnotic simulation made using the Piz Daint supercomputer condenses tens of thousands of years to just two minutes, revealing there may have been more movement than previously thought.
          HPE delivers first above-the-cloud supercomputing services for astronauts to advance space exploration      Cache   Translate Page      

The Spaceborne Computer will open high performance capabilities to space explorers aboard the International Space Station Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)  today announced it is opening high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities to astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) as part of its continued experiments on the Spaceborne Computer project.  Spaceborne Computer is the first commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) supercomputer that HPE and NASA launched into space for a  one-ye...

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          11/7/2018: Weather      Cache   Translate Page      
Cloudy with a few spots of rain and strong northerlies – predictions Niwa’s new supercomputer can make in seconds.
          Updated: Cascade Lake-AP Xeon CPUs embrace the multi-chip module      Cache   Translate Page      

After taking a little over a year to think on it, Intel appears to have decided that glue can be pretty Epyc after all. The company teased plans for a new Xeon platform called Cascade Lake Advanced Performance, or Cascade Lake-AP, this morning ahead of the Supercomputing 2018 conference. This next-gen platform doubles the cores per socket from an Intel system by joining a number of Cascade Lake Xeon dies together on a single package with the blue team's Ultra Path Interconnect, or UPI. Intel will allow Cascade Lake-AP servers to employ up to two-socket (2S) topologies, for as many as 96 cores per server.

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          New Supercomputer with 1 Million Processors Is World's Fastest Brain-Mimicking Machine      Cache   Translate Page      
A supercomputer that "thinks" like a brain can simulate neural activity in real time.
           Million-core neuromorphic supercomputer could simulate an entire mouse brain       Cache   Translate Page      

A newly built supercomputer is able to simulate up to a billion neurons in real time, ...#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

After 12 years of work, researchers at the University of Manchester in England have completed construction of a "SpiNNaker" (Spiking Neural Network Architecture) supercomputer. It can simulate the internal workings of up to a billion neurons through a whopping one million processing units.

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          Witte dwergsterren krijgen nieuwe impuls voor kernfusie bij ontmoeting met hypothetische zwarte gaten      Cache   Translate Page      
Astronomen van het Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory hebben door middel van supercomputer simulaties aangetoond dat het kernfusie proces in witte dwergsterren weer op gang gebracht kan worden door een nabije ontmoeting met zwarte gaten met een gemiddelde massa, of IMBH’s. Witte dwergen zijn sterren die aan de laatste fase van hun levenscyclus zijn gekomen. Om […]
          Vox pop: When was the year of mobile?      Cache   Translate Page      

To kick off this issue of The Drum magazine dedicated to modern mobile marketing, we check in with mobile experts from around the world for their take on whether we ever did actually have a definitive ‘year of mobile’.

Regina Goh, APAC managing director, Blis: It depends on what perspective we are looking at. From the consumer standpoint, I believe the ‘year of mobile’ happened at least a decade ago when touchscreen phones were made possible at a scalable and accessible level across the world, thanks to Apple’s launch of the iPhone in 2007 and HTC’s first Android phone hitting the market in 2008.

From the advertisers’ point of view, it was definitely an annual affair for industry folks around south-east Asia to gather and often ask ‘is this is the year of mobile, yet?’. I believe the evolution took a slow pace over the last 10 years from advertisers asking, ‘what about mobile?!’ to ‘why mobile?’ to today’s prevailing demand of ‘how, and how much?’ to embrace mobile. Based on our experience over the last 18 months, and with mobile ad spend surpassing desktop for the first time ever, I believe the recognition of mobile finally happened in early 2017. Now that we’re finally here, it’s no longer just a ‘how?’ With the enablement of programmatic and cross-device technology, it’s ‘how to do it properly?’

The spin-off is that mobile is being recognized beyond just a platform. It is a full-fledged discourse on mobility, data and enabling programmatic to leverage the real potential of the platform. 

Guillaume Larrieu, EMEA head of mobile, ad platforms, Oath: I’d say 2013, the first year smartphone sales finally surpassed feature phone sales. That brought tremendous mobile branding experiences at a truly global scale for advertisers.

Gavin Stirrat, consultant, GJS Media: The year of mobile has sadly come and gone. We were probably at peak mobile around 2014, but the shifts in spend to programmatic, and a lack of mobile strategies in programmatic from most big brands, mean that the majority of advertising we see on mobile is performance. There are exceptions to this, and there are decent amounts of mobile-specific spending through ‘managed buys’, but in an ever increasingly programmatic world, the challenges of making the most of mobile specific opportunities has fallen lower down the list of priorities as brands focus much more effort on managing brand safety, limiting fraud and managing costs. 

Ilicco Elia, head of mobile, Deloitte Digital: This may be an obvious answer, but we have not yet hit the ‘year of mobile’.

I first heard the phrase back when I was delivering news via AvantGo to Palm V PDAs in 1999. We believed back then that we had access to, and it was marketed as, a ‘seamless sideloading experience’, which now obviously looks like an oxymoron.

We have yet to even scratch the surface of the influence a supercomputer in your pocket will have on civilization. As experiences continue to improve, the word mobile will become synonymous with ‘personal’ and it will influence everything and everyone you interact with.

The ‘year of mobile’ will be the first year in which your ‘phone’ makes a decision on your behalf with your best interests at heart.

Jack Withey, digital channels performance manager, Barclaycard: 2018 will be the ‘year of mobile’ in general, until 2019 comes around. Every year since 2012 has been the new ‘year of mobile’. The leaps we have seen every year since 2012 lead me to believe this will be the case for many years to come. Mobile video, augmented reality and improvements in multi-channel attribution will be the big areas that will truly affect the customer’s interaction with mobile this year, and I’m sure more groundbreaking technology will come into play in the coming years.

The same can be said for search. Since mobile searches overtook desktop searches in 2015 we have seen some massive improvements in mobile, with Google introducing accelerated mobile pages. And the fact that 2018 will see the implementation of the mobile first index alongside improvements in AI and machine learning for mobile, shows the rise of mobile is not going to slow down.

James Hilton, global chief executive, M&C Saatchi Mobile: The rise, and subsequent dominance, of mobile has been signposted for some time and it was always a case of when, not if, mobile would overtake desktop. Arguably, there has been no fixed ‘year of mobile’. Rather, this is the ‘decade of mobile’.

The big shift that must first happen in 2018 is that mobile should no longer be viewed as a channel and instead be treated as the default view for all digital. Mobile-first has been a media buzz phrase for years now, however it is still far from the de facto approach for most brands.

Mobile-first simply must be the way that all digital channels are approached. Search, display, video, e-commerce, CRM performance, web: everything digital should be planned, designed and executed with the mobile consumer front of mind – a necessity now more than ever.

Jeff Ratner, global chief media officer, iCrossing PR: The ‘year of mobile’ came and went without much fanfare. While the industry had been waiting for this milestone since 2010, when the turning point came, it was barely acknowledged. While Geoff Ramsey of eMarketer may have trumpeted spending in excess of $100m in 2016 from high up on Mt Media, it was drowned out by new planning and buying strategies. We moved from buying defined channels to datainfused audience buying and screen agnostic approaches. As consumers moved to best screen available fluidity for content consumption and time spent so did ad spend.

As eMarketer projects in 2018 that mobile will account for 63.3% of digital and 24.3% of total media ad spending, it is less likely to be bought directly as ‘mobile’ and more likely programmatic spend that is delivered through mobile channels. While there are certainly mobile-only campaigns, and, for specific efforts, plans will over-index mobile spend, the ‘year of mobile’ was quickly replaced by the ‘year of audience over channel’.

Siddarth Correya, APAC managing director, SelectMedia: Among the numerous curiosities of digital advertising, the one that refuses to go away is the decade-long ritual of dubbing every year the ‘year of mobile’. So, have we hit a peak in mobile?

Let’s break this into two threads. Advertisers want eyeballs and reach as fundamental when they allocate investments. The most ubiquitous digital media platforms today are primarily accessed via mobile, and in countries like Indonesia via mobile exclusively. So that media plan comprising search and social is already a ‘mobile plan’.

There is an opportunity to create mobile-only campaigns on platforms which are singularly accessed via mobile – chat and messaging, mobile games and maps to name a few. However, this requires a significant shift from the ‘lets slap a few banners on and see what happens’ approach. We need to shift the conversation from the year of mobile to what we earn from mobile. That is, cleaner data, better content designed for mobile and measurement to gauge the efficacy of the medium.

Richard Downey, global director, mobile, The Specialist Works: I’ve given this question a fair bit of thought over the past year or so and the only answer I am comfortable giving is that every year since 2007 has been the ‘year of mobile’. Of course, in the marketing world there are milestones such as Google buying a tiny Palo Alto start up called Android in 2007, or when Facebook introduced its app install ads in 2012, transforming the mobile app advertising landscape forever. Or maybe the ‘year of mobile’ was 2016, when mobile web usage overtook desktop web usage for the first time. But if we remove ourselves from our marketing bubble for a second and look at the transformative effect mobile has had on the planet as a whole, then other, more important milestones emerge. India notched up its billionth mobile phone subscriber in 2016, and many millions of these subscribers live in rural communities that had never before had a telephone of any kind. So the ‘year of mobile’ is all of those mentioned and no doubt will be all of the forthcoming years as well.

Jo Coombs, chief executive officer, OgilvyOne UK: It’s impossible to choose a single year as the pinnacle for mobile when it’s undoubtedly been an entire decade of smartphone dominance. 2007 changed the way we connect forever with the launch of the first iPhone. What followed was the evolution of social media and apps, all of which provided an opportunity for individuals to connect, share and explore at a pace and depth we couldn’t have foreseen. For brands and marketers, it’s provided an ever-changing landscape to create entertainment, channels to converse and evidently shape modern day life with the quest for convenience constant. Fast forward to today and we are at the height of smartphone penetration, with what is ostensibly a global duopoly between Apple and Android services. The next couple of years could be the most exciting yet as we see that battle play out, voice becomes more dominant and AR finally becomes mainstream.

Gela Fridman, managing director, technology, Huge: 2014 was the year that mobile devices peaked and plateaued in terms of basic form and functionality, app store maturity and user expectations. But 2020 will be the real ‘year of mobile’ when 5G catalyzes the next generation of mobile experiences, enabling seamless and direct interaction between brands and consumers and changing the definition of mobile from what happens on a small screen in your hand to what the device in your pocket activates and enables in the world around you on your behalf.

Ryan Hall, managing director, creative product, Karmarama: Mobile phones have quickly been taken for granted as much as electricity or central heating. We really don’t remember quite what life was like before they existed. And no one expected it to be like this. As the technology and network infrastructure have evolved, the mobile phone has been on a journey. And, arguably, can we definitively say that the ‘year of mobile’ has happened?

When mobile phones were introduced they were viewed as an exclusive form of telephone service that might possibly suit certain mobile workforces, such as craftsmen, photographers and repairmen. The Motorola DynaTAC 8000X was launched in 1983 to the tune of $3,995 and could hold 30 contacts.

When Steve Jobs showed the Apple iPhone to the world, the whole game changed. With its multi-touch screen and rich, interactive, gestural apps, followed by the launch of the App Store only two years later, this device has had an incredible impact on many levels.

The internet of things has added a further dimension to the future of mobile. It will be one of hundreds of connected smart devices in the home by the year 2025. And as the journey of mobile continues, I believe the best is yet to come.

Karen Boswell, head of innovations, Adam & Eve DDB :1998, the year Snake was first preloaded on to Nokia phones. Obvs.

OK, seriously? The ‘year of mobile’ was 2014 because that was the year that mobile inarguably became the ubiquitous extension of the human arm: the term ‘smartphone zombie’ was first established (China even constructed a dedicated smartphonesidewalk), ‘tech neck’ spiked, social media led to a surge of streaming on mobile that overtook desktop by almost a factor of two and smartphone users overtook desktop for the first time.

This feature first appeared in The Drum's March issue, which focused on mobile technology.


          'SC18' inspires next generation to change the world through supercomputing      Cache   Translate Page      
(MediaSource) SC18 is the premier international conference showcasing the many ways high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis lead to advances in scientific discovery, research, education, and commerce. The event, created and sponsored by the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) and the IEEE Computer Society, attracts HPC professionals and educators from around the globe to participate in its complete technical education program, workshops, tutorials, a world-class exhibit area, demonstrations, and the world's fastest temporary computer network.
          New supercomputers to research effects of climate change      Cache   Translate Page      
Three new supercomputers capable of processing more than 2000 trillion calculations per second will enable scientists to carry out more research into the effects of climate change.
          HPE: i calcoli dei supercomputer arrivano sulla ISS      Cache   Translate Page      
Dopo un anno di prove, il primo supercomputer a bordo della ISS fornito da HPE è pronto a entrare in una nuova fase operativa. I risvolti positivi saranno molti come un aumento dell'efficienza tracciando la strada verso Marte.
          Radio Free HPC Podcast: A Look at the Spaceborne Supercomputer One Year Later      Cache   Translate Page      
In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team sits down with Mark Fernandez from HPE to discuss the Spaceborne Supercomputer that it currently orbiting the planet in the International Space Station.

Last week, HPE announced it is opening high-performance computing capabilities to astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) as part of its continued experiments on the Spaceborne Computer project.

Spaceborne Computer is the first commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) supercomputer that HPE and NASA launched into space for a one-year experiment to test resiliency and performance, achieving one teraFLOP (a trillion floating point operations per second) and successfully operating on the International Space Station (ISS).  After completing its one-year mission proving it can withstand harsh conditions of space – such as zero gravity, unscheduled power outages, and unpredictable levels of radiation – Spaceborne Computer will now, for the first time ever, open its supercomputing capabilities for use aboard the ISS. These “above-the-cloud” services will allow space explorers and experimenters to run analyses directly in space instead of transmitting data to and from Earth for insight.

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          Wellington gets two super computers – ten times as fast as before      Cache   Translate Page      
News from NZ Government Research, Science and Innovation Minister Dr Megan Woods today officially opened New Zealand’s High Performance Computing Facility at NIWA’s campus in Wellington. The High Performance Computing Facility comprises three new interconnected supercomputers – two based in Wellington and one in Auckland – that will meet the needs of New Zealand researchers […]
          Radio Free HPC Gets an Update on the Spaceborne Supercomputer      Cache   Translate Page      

In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team sits down with Mark Fernandez from HPE to discuss the Spaceborne Supercomputer that it currently orbiting the planet in the International Space Station. "Last week, HPE announced it is opening high-performance computing capabilities to astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) as part of its continued experiments on the Spaceborne Computer project."

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          Comic Book Reviews: “Pluto” by Naoki Urasawa and Osamu Tezuka, 8 Volumes      Cache   Translate Page      
As researchers explore the possibilities of augmented reality technology, social media, and cloud computing, robotics holds an enduring place in science. The latest New York Times Magazine profiles IBM’s Watson, a “question answering system” designed to tackle questions on Jeopardy. It is the company’s successor to Deep Blue, the 1997 supercomputer that defeated chess grandmaster and then-world champion Gary Kasparov.
          New Supercomputer with 1 Million Processors Is World's Fastest Brain-Mimicking Machine      Cache   Translate Page      
A supercomputer that "thinks" like a brain can simulate neural activity in real time.
          New Supercomputer with 1 Million Processors Is World's Fastest Brain-Mimicking Machine      Cache   Translate Page      
A supercomputer that "thinks" like a brain can simulate neural activity in real time.
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          Artificial Intelligence Solutions Architect Team Lead - Cray - San Jose, CA      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Mesh-TensorFlow: Deep Learning for Supercomputers. (arXiv:1811.02084v1 [cs.LG])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Noam Shazeer, Youlong Cheng, Niki Parmar, Dustin Tran, Ashish Vaswani, Penporn Koanantakool, Peter Hawkins, HyoukJoong Lee, Mingsheng Hong, Cliff Young, Ryan Sepassi, Blake Hechtman

Batch-splitting (data-parallelism) is the dominant distributed Deep Neural Network (DNN) training strategy, due to its universal applicability and its amenability to Single-Program-Multiple-Data (SPMD) programming. However, batch-splitting suffers from problems including the inability to train very large models (due to memory constraints), high latency, and inefficiency at small batch sizes. All of these can be solved by more general distribution strategies (model-parallelism). Unfortunately, efficient model-parallel algorithms tend to be complicated to discover, describe, and to implement, particularly on large clusters. We introduce Mesh-TensorFlow, a language for specifying a general class of distributed tensor computations. Where data-parallelism can be viewed as splitting tensors and operations along the "batch" dimension, in Mesh-TensorFlow, the user can specify any tensor-dimensions to be split across any dimensions of a multi-dimensional mesh of processors. A Mesh-TensorFlow graph compiles into a SPMD program consisting of parallel operations coupled with collective communication primitives such as Allreduce. We use Mesh-TensorFlow to implement an efficient data-parallel, model-parallel version of the Transformer sequence-to-sequence model. Using TPU meshes of up to 512 cores, we train Transformer models with up to 5 billion parameters, surpassing state of the art results on WMT'14 English-to-French translation task and the one-billion-word language modeling benchmark. Mesh-Tensorflow is available at https://github.com/tensorflow/mesh .


          Defining Big Data Analytics Benchmarks for Next Generation Supercomputers. (arXiv:1811.02287v1 [cs.PF])      Cache   Translate Page      

Authors: Drew Schmidt, Junqi Yin, Michael Matheson, Bronson Messer, Mallikarjun Shankar

The design and construction of high performance computing (HPC) systems relies on exhaustive performance analysis and benchmarking. Traditionally this activity has been geared exclusively towards simulation scientists, who, unsurprisingly, have been the primary customers of HPC for decades. However, there is a large and growing volume of data science work that requires these large scale resources, and as such the calls for inclusion and investments in data for HPC have been increasing. So when designing a next generation HPC platform, it is necessary to have HPC-amenable big data analytics benchmarks. In this paper, we propose a set of big data analytics benchmarks and sample codes designed for testing the capabilities of current and next generation supercomputers.


          La Edad de hielo en 2 minutos: Timelapse revela cómo los Alpes cambiaron a lo largo de 115.000 años (ING)      Cache   Translate Page      

Julien Seguinot, del Laboratorio de Hidráulica, Hidrología y Glaciología de ETH Zurich, junto con varios colegas, simularon el desarrollo de glaciares en los Alpes durante los últimos 120,000 años en la supercomputadora CSCS "Piz Daint". Solo uno de los conjuntos de datos climáticos arrojó resultados que coinciden con la evidencia geológica dejada por los glaciares en roca y sedimento. Los resultados de esta simulación indican que los glaciares alpinos avanzaron y retrocedieron más de 10 veces, una frecuencia mayor de lo que se pensaba.

etiquetas: edad, hielo, timelapse, alpes

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A supercomputer that "thinks" like a brain can simulate neural activity in real time.
          Neuer Supercomputer zur Simulation des Gehirns ist einsatzbereit      Cache   Translate Page      

Nach zwölf Jahren Vorbereitungszeit wurde nun der SpiNNaker-Supercomputer an der University of Manchester in Betrieb genommen. Das Besondere: Die Funktionsweise des Rechners gleicht mehr einem menschlichen Gehirn als der üblichen Arbeitsweise eines Computers. Dadurch sollen Simulationen möglich sein, die bislang unerforschte Geheimnisse des Gehirns lüften könnten.


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          El retrete japonés es un inventazo: estas son las razones por las que apenas ha calado en el mundo occidental       Cache   Translate Page      

El retrete japonés es un inventazo: estas son las razones por las que apenas ha calado en el mundo occidental #source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Uno podría confundirlos con instrumentos de tortura, pero los retretes japoneses son un pequeño prodigio de la tecnología más escatológica posible. Fabricantes como Toto se han convertido en la Dyson o la Apple del sector, pero esos avances no cuajan en el mundo occidental. Y eso que hasta Bill Gates ha tratado de impulsar la innovación en este segmento recientemente.

Seguro que habréis oído hablar de ellos y los habréis visto en acción. Puede que hayáis probado en vuestras carnes esos váteres que ahorran agua, permiten evitar el uso del papel higiénico que es insustituible en Occidente y además cuentan con otras muchas ventajas, como estar siempre calentitos para cuando hagamos una visita al inodoro. Con tantas virtudes, ¿por qué el retrete japonés no ha conquistado el resto del mundo?

Tecnología punta allí donde creíamos que nunca llegaría la tecnología

Los váteres o retretes japoneses son muy conocidos desde hace años. Los que viajan a Japón tienen la oportunidad de usarlos repetidamente porque allí están por todas partes, y de hecho un artículo de Priceonomics revelaba cómo en 2012 el 72% de los hogares japoneses contaban con uno de estos inodoros. Quartz tiene una estadística aún más reciente: era del 76% en 2014.

Japanese Toilet Buttons Cuidado donde tocas.

Los modelos que aparecieron a finales de los años 90 se han bautizado washlets desde entonces, y lo hicieron como una mezcla de nuestro tradicionales bidés y retretes. Sin embargo en Japón quisieron ir más allá, y además de aunar ambas funciones quisieron implementar otras nuevas que hicieron de la experiencia de ir al baño algo totalmente distinto a lo que conocemos en el resto del mundo.

Para empezar está esa función de bidé integrado que ciertamente puede asustar al utilizarla: un tubo con aspecto amenazador aparece de la parte trasera de la taza y unos chorros de agua salen para limpiar el ano e incluso la vulva en caso de su uso por las mujeres.

El amenazante chorro acaba convenciendo a quienes lo prueban, sobre todo por que permite completar una limpieza más efectiva y que además evita el uso de papel higiénico aunque se puede complementar con este último elemento. Se pueden ajustar la presión e incluso la temperatura del chorro, además de la posición de un chorro que es sorprendentemente certero si lo habéis probado (yo lo hice hace años).

Si no quieres usar papel, los washlets también incorporan sistemas de secado con temperatura ajustable, que se suman a los calentadores de asiento, sistemas de iluminación (muy útil en visitas nocturnas al excusado) o incluso detectores de proximidad que se abren o se cierran conforme a la posición del usuario.

Las innovaciones técnicas de estos inodoros no se han detenido ahí: Toto mostraba hace años como su sistema "Tornado Flush" es un eficaz sustituto de pulsar el botón de la cisterna que mejora la limpieza del inodoro y además lo hace ahorrando cantidades ingentes de agua. La empresa de hecho colabora con el ámbito académico para evaluar nuevas tecnologías para la cisterna en los que incluso hacen uso de supercomputadoras para modelar la física del agua.

A esas mejoras se le suman incluso las que afectan a nuestra salud: los fabricantes afirman que los chorros ayudan en casos de hemorroides y estreñimiento, pero es que además de ello en las últimas generaciones de producto se incluyen sensores que permiten medir el azúcar en sangre basándose en la orina o incluso el pulso, presión sanguínea o contenido de grasa en el cuerpo.

Y si te preocupan los malos olores, también hay solución para eso, porque la llamada desodorización por ozono aplicada en algunos modelos ayuda a eliminar ese problema de forma eficiente y rápida según los fabricantes.

Y sin embargo, no triunfan fuera de Japón

Con todas esas ventajas —y seguro que nos olvidamos de algunas— lo que extraña es que estos inodoros no hayan sido un éxito fuera de Japón. Las razones son varias, y el idioma es probablemente una de ellas. Los símbolos y textos en japonés para estas tazas —si viajas allí puedes comprar una y traértela sin demasiados problemas— dificultaban su uso fuera del país asiático, pero hace dos años los fabricantes japoneses llegaron a un acuerdo para estandarizar esos símbolos y textos.

Como se explicaba en 2016 en el blog UnGatoNipón, hay algunas razones importantes para el reducido éxito de estos washlets fuera de Japón:

  • Voltaje: en Japón se utiliza un voltaje de 100-110 V, mientras que en España y otros muchos países se hace uso de voltajes de 220 V.
  • Enchufes en el baño: aunque es habitual encontrar enchufes para conectar el secador u otros accesorios en el baño, no es habitual encontrar estos enchufes al lado del retrete.
  • Tazas no compatibles: la forma de anclar la taza al "cuerpo" principal del inodoro no encaja si usamos una taza comprada en Japón. Para hacerlo hay que comprar un adaptador que solucione el problema, algo no trivial.

Hay otros inconvenientes que no son prácticos, sino sociales. Como apuntaban algunos fabricantes como las firmas Kohler o Brondell en Estados Unidos, este tipo de inodoros no acaban de convencer a los usuarios porque "convencer a alguien de cambiar sus hábitos en el uso del papel higiénico, que están arraigados en ellos desde la infancia, es como poco difícil". El resumen de Engadget era claro: todo el mundo hace caca, pero nadie quiere hablar de ello.

A pesar de todo ello no es imposible acceder a uno de estos productos, y de hecho en España la empresa Roca cuenta con los "inodoros ingeligentes" que por ejemplo aprovechan la tecnología In-Wash que lava con agua y disponen del resto de funciones que ya son comunes en inodoros japoneses. El precio, eso sí, es mucho más elevado, y el Roca In-Wash tiene un precio oficial de 1.921 euros.

Hay alternativas, y aquí es inevitable no mencionar a Xiaomi. Hace pocos meses la empresa que todos conocemos sobre todo por sus smartphones y dispositivos electrónicos presentó recientemente una taza de váter que precisamente permitía contar con algunas de las opciones de los váteres japoneses de forma más económica. Su Smartmi Small Smart Toilet Seat se puede encontrar en tiendas como eBay por 209 euros, por ejemplo.

Las opciones están ahí, pero no parece que fuera de Japón estemos demasiado dispuestos a hacer el cambio a un sistema que parece convencer a quien lo prueba.

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          Eine Milliarde für EU-Supercomputer      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Olvídate de instalar Linux en los nuevos MacBook Air: el chip T2 bloquea esa opción      Cache   Translate Page      

Olvídate de instalar Linux en los nuevos MacBook Air: el chip T2 bloquea esa opción#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Apple presentó recientemente sus renovados MacBook Air con pantalla Retina, y entre las novedades en estos equipos está el chip de seguridad Apple T2 que se encarga de dar soporte al sensor Touch ID (con el Secure Enclave), al cifrado de unidades de almacenamiento APFS y a la validación de UEFI Secure Boot.

Precisamente esta última opción es la que afecta a un apartado con el que los amantes de Linux no estarán contentos: el chip T2 bloquea el arranque de las distribuciones Linux, y ni siquiera deshabilitando esa opción es posible hacer uso de este sistema operativo en estas máquinas.

El chip de seguridad T2, responsable

Como indican en Phoronix, el software Boot Camp Assistant que permite añadir soporte par instalar Windows 10 en estas máquinas hace que se instale el certificado de seguridad Windows Production CA 2011, y dicho certificado se usaba también por partners de Microsoft y por las propias distribuciones.

T2

En la documentación del chip de seguridad T2 (PDF) se indica explícitamente que no se da "actualmente" soporte para ese certificado, lo que "permitiría verificar el código firmado por los partners de Microsoft". Sin ese soporte resulta imposible acceder a la instalación de una distribución Linux ni en el MacBook Air ni en otros equipos con el chip T2 como los también renovados Mac mini.

El chip de seguridad, como explican en Stack Exchange, hace que la unidad de almacenamiento "desaparezca" para los instaladores, y quienes han intentado desactivarlo se han encontrado con que ni siquiera así es posible instalar Linux, aunque Windows 10 sigue estando soportado vía Boot Camp.

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En sitios como OMGUbuntu afirman que la utilidad "Startup Security Utility" que está disponible en estos equipos permite deshabilitar ese arranque seguro y arrancar Linux en los Mac mini y los MacBook Air, pero no dan pruebas de haberlo hecho, y quienes han tratado de hacerlo en sus nuevos equipos no lo han conseguido ni desactivando esa ocpión.

Habrá que esperar por tanto para ver si Apple soluciona el problema, pero de momento si pensabas comprarte uno de los nuevos MacBook Air o Mac mini y pensabas instalar Linux en ellos, cuidado: no podrás hacerlo.

Vía | Phoronix

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Voice-activated virtual assistants don’t understand accents as well as we’d like. SpiNNaker's new supercomputer could change that.

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          [Pro] Intel doet Cascade Lake-AP uit de doeken: Volgende generatie Xeons met tot 48 cores      Cache   Translate Page      
In de aanloop naar de SuperComputer 2018-beurs die volgende week plaatsvindt heeft Intel enkele nieuwe Xeon-modellen aangekondigd. Vooral de Cascade Lake-AP (Advanced Performance) server-cpu's vallen op. Deze chips krijgen namelijk tot 48 cores aan boord, een flinke verhoging van de 28 maximale cores die de Cascade Lake-SP modellen kennen. Om deze verhoging voor elkaar te krijgen gebruik Intel niet één enorme chip maar een multi-chip module (mcm). Elke processor bestaat dus uit meerdere dies di...
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Today the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing’s (GCS) in Germany awarded 816.3 million core hours as part of the organization’s 20th Call for Large-Scale Projects. The computing time grants support national research activities from the fields of Computational and Scientific Engineering (351.3 million core hours), Astrophysics (247.5 million core hours), and High Energy Physics (217.5 million core hours).

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Weitgehend ungeachtet vor den Augen der weltweiten Medienwelt rennt seit letzten Freitag eine „neue Art Supercomputer“: SpiNNaker ging online, eine Art neuromorpher Prozessor-Cluster, der aus 1 Millionen CPU-Einheiten besteht. Mit 17,2 Millionen Euro Kosten und 20 Jahren Entwicklungszeit, soll dieses Ungetüm hier wohl irgendwie das menschliche Gehirn simulieren. Gefördert wurde es von der Universität Manchester […]
           Neuromorphic Supercomputer With 1 Million Cores Mimics the Human Brain       Cache   Translate Page      
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          GCS in Germany Grants 816 Million Core Hours to Science      Cache   Translate Page      

Today the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing’s (GCS) in Germany awarded 816.3 million core hours as part of the organization’s 20th Call for Large-Scale Projects. The computing time grants support national research activities from the fields of Computational and Scientific Engineering (351.3 million core hours), Astrophysics (247.5 million core hours), and High Energy Physics (217.5 million core hours).

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          AMD EPYC for ATX Workstations: GIGABYTE MZ01-CE0 & MZ01-CE1 Motherboards      Cache   Translate Page      

AMD’s EPYC processor has made it into servers and supercomputers, yet it still has to find its place inside workstations. To a large degree that is because up until recently there were no motherboards for these CPUs on the market. ASRock Rack was first to showcase such a mainboard at Computex. Now, GIGABYTE is coming up not with one, but with two ATX mobos for AMD’s EPYC aimed at workstations.

GIGABYTE’s lineup of ATX motherboards for AMD’s EPYC consists of two motherboards, the MZ01-CE0 and MZ01-CE1. Both feature a socket for AMD’s EPYC, four PCIe x16 slots (as expected from a CPU that has 64 spare PCIe lanes) compatible with dual-slot graphics cards and accelerators, a PCIe x8 slot, eight DDR4 slots supporting up to 1 TB of DDR4 ECC memory, an M.2 slot for SSDs, and four SlimSAS ports for up to 16 SATA storage devices.

Despite being ATX-compatible, the two motherboards from GIGABYTE can be used to build both workstations as well as servers. The MZ01-CE0 and MZ01-CE1 platforms come equipped with Aspeed’s AST2500 BMC for remote management as well as GIGABYTE’s Server Management software.

Both MZ01-CE0 and MZ01-CE1 motherboards come equipped with two onboard Intel I210 GbE LAN controllers. Meanwhile, the MZ01-CE0 is also outfitted with two extra 10 GbE Base-T LAN ports (controlled by the Intel X550 chip) for those who have appropriate networks for transferring large files from one system to another (something quite common in movie industry, for example).

GIGABYTE has not touched upon MSRPs of its EPYC-supporting motherboards because they will be available mostly to B2B customers. Meanwhile, being unique products for server CPUs and equipped with expensive network controllers, the MZ01-CE0 and MZ01-CE1 will certainly carry premium price tags.

GIGABYTE's ATX Motherboards for AMD EPYC CPUs
  MZ01-CE0 MZ01-CE1
Supported CPUs AMD Socket 4094
AMD EPYC processors with up to 32 cores and 180 W TDP
PCH AMD
Graphics Aspeed’s AST2500 BMC
4 × PCIe 3.0 x16 slot
Display Outputs 1 × D-Sub
Memory 8 × DDR4 DIMM
Up to 1 TB of DDR4 with ECC
Slots for Add-In-Cards 4 × PCIe 3.0 x16
1 × PCIe 3.0 x8
Ethernet LAN 1: Intel I210AT GbE PHY
LAN 2: Intel I210AT GbE PHY
LAN 3: Intel X550 10 GbE PHY
LAN 4: Intel X550 10 GbE PHY
MLAN: Realtek RTL8211E
LAN 1: Intel I210AT GbE PHY
LAN 2: Intel I210AT GbE PHY
MLAN: Realtek RTL8211E
Storage M.2 1 × M.2-22110 (PCIe 3.0 x4)
SATA 16 × SATA 6 Gbps via four SlimSAS ports
Audio none
USB 2 × USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A
Serial Ports 2 × internal COM port
Other I/O 1 × TPM header (some SKUs come with pre-installed TPM)
2 × internal USB Type-A (for front panel)
Monitoring CPU Temperature
Fan RPM
Management GIGABYTE Server Management (GSM)
Aspeed AST2500 management controller
Avocent MergePoint IPMI 2.0 web interface
Compatibility

Windows Server 2012 R2 (x64)
Windows Server 2016

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.9
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11.4
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 .2

Ubuntu 16.04
Ubuntu 17.04

VMware ESXi 6.5

Form-Factor ATX (305 mm × 244 mm | 12" × 9.6")

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