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Primeur weekly 2018-07-03

Quantum computing

Scientists pump up chances for quantum computing ...

CEA uses Atos simulator at the CCRT to explore the potential of quantum computing in industry ...

Focus on Europe

European parliament votes in favour of EuroHPC JU ...

European Commission welcomes Parliament vote on plans to establish EuroHPC JU ...

Report European Investment Bank: Financing the future of supercomputing - How to increase investments in high performance computing in Europe ...

Looking back on a successful PRACEdays18 ...

Middleware

Aerodynamic science reveals the best position in a peloton of 121 cyclists and calculates unexpected drag reduction for the athletes thanks to the largest simulation ever done in sport ...

Hardware

WatermelonBlock Partners with IBM Watson using its Supercomputer to let crypto investors know what the market is thinking ...

Tech Automotive Leaders Join Forces on Next-Generation In-Vehicle Networking Technologies for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles ...

Chayora Celebrates Major Milestone as It Nears Completion of Phase 1 of Its First Facility at Its Tianjin Hyperscale Data Centre Campus in China ...

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay deploys Cray to Power Research and Education ...

Lisa Compute Cluster expanded with GPUs for machine learning ...

Mellanox announces agreement with Starboard ...

Applications

Simulation for grid transmission and distribution ...

Futuristic data storage ...

GA4GH streaming API htsget a bridge to the future for modern genomic data processing ...

Department of Energy taps Argonne to lead effort focused on energy-water systems ...

Researchers discover new enzyme paradigm for critical reaction in converting lignin to useful produce useful products ...

SenseTime debuts in Singapore by signing MOU with local giants NTU, NSCC and Singtel ...

New simulations break down potential impact of a major quake by building location and size ...

AI learns the art of debate ...

Tiny sensors may help avert earthquake damage, track sonar danger, "listen" to pipelines ...

BNAs improve performance of Li-ion batteries ...

RUDN chemists have completely changed the direction of Diels-Alder reaction ...

UMass Amherst geoscientists offer new evidence for how the Adirondack Mountains formed ...

A galactic test will clarify the existence of dark matter ...

The Cloud

HPE accelerates data insight and action across the enterprise with latest Edgeline capabilities ...

Hewlett Packard Enterprise commits $4 billion to accelerate the Intelligent Edge ...

Tech Automotive Leaders Join Forces on Next-Generation In-Vehicle Networking Technologies for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles

3 Jul 2018 San Jose - Autonomous driving is creating a need for a new breed of in-vehicle networking solutions that can transmit data between the increasing number of high-resolution sensors, cameras and processing engines at blazing-fast speeds. Today Aquantia, Bosch, Continental, NVIDIA, and Volkswagen announced the formation of the Networking for Autonomous Vehicles (NAV) Alliance, to drive the ecosystem development required for the next generation of Multi-Gig Ethernet networking in vehicles.

Self-driving cars have become data centers on wheels constantly analyzing vast amounts of data to endeavor to ensure the safest and most secure experience for passengers, pedestrians, and other vehicles.

"Redundant and diverse AI algorithms are the key to level 5 automation. However, the volume of data generated by multiple types of sensors (camera, radar, lidar, ultrasound) can reach 32TB every 8 hours – that level of data transfer calls for a new breed of ultra-high-speed networks, including Multi-gig Ethernet. The NAV alliance will catalyze the development of a reliable next generation of networking platform for self-driving cars," said James Hodgson, Senior Analyst Autonomous Driving, ABI Research.

NAV alliance's members, leaders in their respective segments as auto manufacturers and technology providers, are joining together in an effort to shape the future of in-vehicle networking technologies as society prepares for the paradigm shift to autonomous driving.

Akin to a very advanced nervous system, this next-generation networking architecture is based on an array of ECUs, CPUs, GPUs, high-definition cameras, sensors, gateways, and storage devices, all connected through a high-speed, Multi-Gigabit/s Ethernet network that works to seamlessly move data throughout the vehicle securely and reliably.
Source: NAV Alliance

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2018-07-03

Quantum computing

Scientists pump up chances for quantum computing ...

CEA uses Atos simulator at the CCRT to explore the potential of quantum computing in industry ...

Focus on Europe

European parliament votes in favour of EuroHPC JU ...

European Commission welcomes Parliament vote on plans to establish EuroHPC JU ...

Report European Investment Bank: Financing the future of supercomputing - How to increase investments in high performance computing in Europe ...

Looking back on a successful PRACEdays18 ...

Middleware

Aerodynamic science reveals the best position in a peloton of 121 cyclists and calculates unexpected drag reduction for the athletes thanks to the largest simulation ever done in sport ...

Hardware

WatermelonBlock Partners with IBM Watson using its Supercomputer to let crypto investors know what the market is thinking ...

Tech Automotive Leaders Join Forces on Next-Generation In-Vehicle Networking Technologies for Autonomous and Connected Vehicles ...

Chayora Celebrates Major Milestone as It Nears Completion of Phase 1 of Its First Facility at Its Tianjin Hyperscale Data Centre Campus in China ...

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay deploys Cray to Power Research and Education ...

Lisa Compute Cluster expanded with GPUs for machine learning ...

Mellanox announces agreement with Starboard ...

Applications

Simulation for grid transmission and distribution ...

Futuristic data storage ...

GA4GH streaming API htsget a bridge to the future for modern genomic data processing ...

Department of Energy taps Argonne to lead effort focused on energy-water systems ...

Researchers discover new enzyme paradigm for critical reaction in converting lignin to useful produce useful products ...

SenseTime debuts in Singapore by signing MOU with local giants NTU, NSCC and Singtel ...

New simulations break down potential impact of a major quake by building location and size ...

AI learns the art of debate ...

Tiny sensors may help avert earthquake damage, track sonar danger, "listen" to pipelines ...

BNAs improve performance of Li-ion batteries ...

RUDN chemists have completely changed the direction of Diels-Alder reaction ...

UMass Amherst geoscientists offer new evidence for how the Adirondack Mountains formed ...

A galactic test will clarify the existence of dark matter ...

The Cloud

HPE accelerates data insight and action across the enterprise with latest Edgeline capabilities ...

Hewlett Packard Enterprise commits $4 billion to accelerate the Intelligent Edge ...