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The supercomputer is the first to achieve exascale performance, topping 1.1 quintillion calculations per second.
Jack Dongarra's software unlocked new abilities in multimillion-dollar machines that sprawl across data centers the size of tennis courts.
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The company's RSC has comparable horsepower to the world's fifth fastest general-purpose supercomputer.
Also, Nvidia's Atlan chip should boost self-driving cars in 2025.
The same processor family that powers phones and likely the next generation of Apple computers is at the heart of the world's fastest machine.
The graphics chip will power servers used by Amazon, Google, Microsoft and other cloud service providers. And it will be used to fight COVID-19.
Think of it as a telecommuter supercomputer.
Researchers get access to mammoth IBM machines plus cloud-computing horsepower from Amazon, Microsoft and Google.
Why Mars isn't going to be terraformed anytime soon, what Uber and Lyft are doing to guard against coronavirus and how one editor fell for a rollable phone.
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise-built machine uses AMD chips and will simulate nuclear weapon explosions.
Lyft passengers allege the company isn't doing enough to stop sexual assaults. Also, the era of practical quantum computers has begun, and meet an 11-year-old girl set on teaching kids everywhere to code.