Primeur magazine

Edition: flash - Issue: 2015-07-19

Exascale

Using today's technology, like for instance what is used in the SuperMUC supercomputing at LRZ in Munich, an exascale supercomputer would cost about a billion Euro per year in electricity costs. LRZ's Arndt Bode told this in in interview with Deutschland Funk broad casted yesterday. Read further...
The July 2015 Newsletter on Exascale computing in Germany has been published. It includes news about applications on German supercomputers: A Milestone in Computer Simulation; Closed Cycles; New Approach for Terahertz Sources; Dual Function of Glutamate Transporters Unravelled; and Active Memory Cubes: Hans Meuer Award for JSC and IBM. Read further...

Focus on Europe

The Mont Blanc project produced a video impression of the Exascale projects' booth at ISC 2015 in Frankfurt. Video + background music. No audio voice. Read further...