Tag Archives: high-performance computing

NSWC Crane Brings AI-Ready Infrastructure to US Navy

AI-Ready Infrastructure

Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) Crane fielded a high-performance computing technology as part of efforts to implement deep learning, artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities into the U.S. Navy. John Strange, a computer scientist at NSWC Crane, said AIRI serves as a hardware configuration that aims to help scientists and data architects process critical training workloads and lower compute times.

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DOE Concludes Exascale Cooling Project at Los Alamos National Lab

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy (DoE) has completed the development of cooling equipment designed for exascale-class supercomputers. The Exascale Class Computer Cooling Equipment Project reached the Critical Decision-4 milestone in May and was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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CVP Secures BPA to Support NIH Technical Services & Programs; Anirudh Kulkarni Quoted

Anirudh Kulkarni

CVP has been awarded the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Mission Alignment (MA) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) contract vehicle to support scientific research missions across NIH with IT programs and technical services, communications and business solutions, and cybersecurity and risk management, the company reported on Tuesday.

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DOE to Allot New Funds for Manufacturing Computing Projects

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The Department of Energy is investing $3M in cost-shared projects that aim to support manufacturing processes via computing and modeling approaches. DOE said Tuesday its High Performance Computing for Manufacturing program seeks to lower the consumption of energy required for materials supply chain activities.

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