$3 million energy technology investment for Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for Victoria”

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We take the opportunity at this time of year, to wish you the very best wishes, peace, and improved health with great success awaiting in 2021.

In the meantime our support teams are available using your client pack information details, and our offices in all locations are now closed from 12.23.2020 and reopen 01.05.2021.

We look forward to working with you in the New Year of 2021.

Best Wishes to You & All.

 

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$3 million energy technology investment for Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for Victoria”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

$3 million energy technology investment for Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for Victoria”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

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$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) will provide $3 million for a feasibility study for a 4MW/50MWh fully dispatchable solar hydro power plant.

Melbourne start-up RayGen will develop the plant, which will be built in Carwarp near Mildura. Continue reading “$3 million energy technology investment for regional Victoria”

Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, innovation, asia, americas, emea, imea, aspac,In today’s digital economy, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of delivering an experience that makes them stand out from their competition.

According to The Vertical Markets Survey 2018-2019, 46% of European companies ranked customer experience as their top business priority for this year.

There is significant opportunity to disrupt Continue reading “Winning the Customer’s Heart — Building New Business Models”

Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,It has been announced that the US is building the most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion, that’s 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 — calculations per second.

To put that in perspective: If every person on Earth did one calculation (say, a math problem involving algebra) per second, it would take everyone over four years to do all the calculations Aurora could do in one second.

US Department of Energy said Aurora would be the US’s first EXASCALE supercomputer, with a performance of 1 exaflop, when it’s completed in 2021.

That kind of number-crunching brawn, the computer’s creators hope, will enable great leaps in everything from cancer research to renewable-energy development.

Aurora, set to be developed by Intel and its subcontractor Cray at the Energy Department’s Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago, would far surpass the abilities of supercomputers today. It’s likely to be the most powerful supercomputer in not just the US but the world, though Rick Stevens, an associate laboratory director at Argonne, said that other countries might also be working on exascale supercomputers.

The effort marks a ‘transformational’ moment in the evolution of high-performance computing, Rajeeb Hazra, an Intel corporate vice president and general manager of its enterprise and government group, told Business Insider.

What Aurora could do

A computer that powerful is no small thing. Though Intel didn’t unveil the technical details of the system, supercomputers typically cover thousands of square feet and have thousands of nodes.

When it’s finished, this supercomputer should be able to do space simulations, drug discovery, and more. The government said it planned to use it to develop applications in science, energy, and defense. Aurora could also be used by universities and national labs.

For example, it could be used to safely simulate and test weapons — without actually setting them off or endangering people — or design better batteries, wind-power systems, or nuclear reactors. It could also be used to better understand earthquake hazards and model the risks of climate change.

It could even be used for research on cancer, cardiac issues, traumatic brain injuries, and suicide prevention, especially among veterans. The supercomputer is designed to apply large-scale data analytics and machine learning to understand the risk factors for these kinds of physical and mental health problems to help prevent them.

Intel, which says it helps power over 460 of the top 500 supercomputers, has worked with the Department of Energy for about two decades. It said Aurora would be five times as fast as the most powerful supercomputer, IBM’s Summit.

The Department of Energy’s contract with Intel and Cray is worth over $500 million to build Aurora, which Secretary of Energy Rick Perry authorized in 2017. The department also plans to build additional exascale supercomputers to start working between 2021 and 2023.

“The biggest challenge is also probably the most exciting part: to envision and create technologies that have never been created before,” Hazra said. “Because this machine requires a level of capability we haven’t seen before, the biggest risk is we’re inventing something new — but to us, that’s also the most exciting part.”

 

Teresa Cheramie, is a Specialist Market Manager, Clarity 360 Americas, based in Seattle WA
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Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,It has been announced that the US is building the most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion, that’s 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 — calculations per second.

To put that in perspective: If every person on Earth did one calculation (say, a math problem involving algebra) per second, it would take everyone over four years to do all the calculations Aurora could do in one second.

US Department of Energy said Aurora would be the US’s first EXASCALE supercomputer, with a performance of 1 exaflop, when it’s completed in 2021.

That kind of number-crunching brawn, the computer’s creators hope, will enable great leaps in everything from cancer research to renewable-energy development.

Aurora, set to be developed by Intel and its subcontractor Cray at the Energy Department’s Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago, would far surpass the abilities of supercomputers today. It’s likely to be the most powerful supercomputer in not just the US but the world, though Rick Stevens, an associate laboratory director at Argonne, said that other countries might also be working on exascale supercomputers.

The effort marks a ‘transformational’ moment in the evolution of high-performance computing, Rajeeb Hazra, an Intel corporate vice president and general manager of its enterprise and government group, told Business Insider.

What Aurora could do

A computer that powerful is no small thing. Though Intel didn’t unveil the technical details of the system, supercomputers typically cover thousands of square feet and have thousands of nodes.

When it’s finished, this supercomputer should be able to do space simulations, drug discovery, and more. The government said it planned to use it to develop applications in science, energy, and defense. Aurora could also be used by universities and national labs.

For example, it could be used to safely simulate and test weapons — without actually setting them off or endangering people — or design better batteries, wind-power systems, or nuclear reactors. It could also be used to better understand earthquake hazards and model the risks of climate change.

It could even be used for research on cancer, cardiac issues, traumatic brain injuries, and suicide prevention, especially among veterans. The supercomputer is designed to apply large-scale data analytics and machine learning to understand the risk factors for these kinds of physical and mental health problems to help prevent them.

Intel, which says it helps power over 460 of the top 500 supercomputers, has worked with the Department of Energy for about two decades. It said Aurora would be five times as fast as the most powerful supercomputer, IBM’s Summit.

The Department of Energy’s contract with Intel and Cray is worth over $500 million to build Aurora, which Secretary of Energy Rick Perry authorized in 2017. The department also plans to build additional exascale supercomputers to start working between 2021 and 2023.

“The biggest challenge is also probably the most exciting part: to envision and create technologies that have never been created before,” Hazra said. “Because this machine requires a level of capability we haven’t seen before, the biggest risk is we’re inventing something new — but to us, that’s also the most exciting part.”

 

Teresa Cheramie, is a Specialist Market Manager, Clarity 360 Americas, based in Seattle WA
Clarity 360 ™ – simplified Clarity 360 advantage™.  Award Winning Cloud, Procurement & Professional Services.
https://www.Clarity-360.com
#Clarity360 @Clarity360_EU @Clarity360_IMEA @Clarity360_EMEA @Clarity360_USA @Clarity360_RU @Clarity360_CN @Clarity360_Asia #Clarity #SimplifiedAdvantage #ProcurementClarity #CloudClarity

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © 2006 – 2019        Clarity 360 is part of ClaritySA, a VESNA OSEAM Co.

Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,It has been announced that the US is building the most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion, that’s 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 — calculations per second. Continue reading “Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second”

Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,It has been announced that the US is building the most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion, that’s 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 — calculations per second. Continue reading “Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second”

Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,It has been announced that the US is building the most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion, that’s 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 — calculations per second.

To put that in perspective: If every person on Earth did one calculation (say, a math problem involving algebra) per second, it would take everyone over four years to do all the calculations Aurora could do in one second.

US Department of Energy said Aurora would be the US’s first EXASCALE supercomputer, with a performance of 1 exaflop, when it’s completed in 2021.

That kind of number-crunching brawn, the computer’s creators hope, will enable great leaps in everything from cancer research to renewable-energy development.

Aurora, set to be developed by Intel and its subcontractor Cray at the Energy Department’s Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago, would far surpass the abilities of supercomputers today. It’s likely to be the most powerful supercomputer in not just the US but the world, though Rick Stevens, an associate laboratory director at Argonne, said that other countries might also be working on exascale supercomputers.

The effort marks a ‘transformational’ moment in the evolution of high-performance computing, Rajeeb Hazra, an Intel corporate vice president and general manager of its enterprise and government group, told Business Insider.

What Aurora could do

A computer that powerful is no small thing. Though Intel didn’t unveil the technical details of the system, supercomputers typically cover thousands of square feet and have thousands of nodes.

When it’s finished, this supercomputer should be able to do space simulations, drug discovery, and more. The government said it planned to use it to develop applications in science, energy, and defense. Aurora could also be used by universities and national labs.

For example, it could be used to safely simulate and test weapons — without actually setting them off or endangering people — or design better batteries, wind-power systems, or nuclear reactors. It could also be used to better understand earthquake hazards and model the risks of climate change.

It could even be used for research on cancer, cardiac issues, traumatic brain injuries, and suicide prevention, especially among veterans. The supercomputer is designed to apply large-scale data analytics and machine learning to understand the risk factors for these kinds of physical and mental health problems to help prevent them.

Intel, which says it helps power over 460 of the top 500 supercomputers, has worked with the Department of Energy for about two decades. It said Aurora would be five times as fast as the most powerful supercomputer, IBM’s Summit.

The Department of Energy’s contract with Intel and Cray is worth over $500 million to build Aurora, which Secretary of Energy Rick Perry authorized in 2017. The department also plans to build additional exascale supercomputers to start working between 2021 and 2023.

“The biggest challenge is also probably the most exciting part: to envision and create technologies that have never been created before,” Hazra said. “Because this machine requires a level of capability we haven’t seen before, the biggest risk is we’re inventing something new — but to us, that’s also the most exciting part.”

 

Teresa Cheramie, is a Specialist Market Manager, Clarity 360 Americas, based in Seattle WA
Clarity 360 ™ – simplified Clarity 360 advantage™.  Award Winning Cloud, Procurement & Professional Services.
https://www.Clarity-360.com
#Clarity360 @Clarity360_EU @Clarity360_IMEA @Clarity360_EMEA @Clarity360_USA @Clarity360_RU @Clarity360_CN @Clarity360_Asia #Clarity #SimplifiedAdvantage #ProcurementClarity #CloudClarity

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © 2006 – 2019        Clarity 360 is part of ClaritySA, a VESNA OSEAM Co.

Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,It has been announced that the US is building the most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion, that’s 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 — calculations per second. Continue reading “Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second”

Department of Energy are building America’s first EXASCALE Supercomputer, a computer capable of a Quintillion calculations per second

Clarity 360, Clarity360, Clarity-360, clarity 360, Cloud Clarity, Procurement Clarity, simplified advantage, iot, disruption, digital supply chain, fintech, cyber, dynamics,It has been announced that the US is building the most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion, that’s 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 — calculations per second.

To put that in perspective: If every person on Earth did one calculation (say, a math problem involving algebra) per second, it would take everyone over four years to do all the calculations Aurora could do in one second.

US Department of Energy said Aurora would be the US’s first EXASCALE supercomputer, with a performance of 1 exaflop, when it’s completed in 2021.

That kind of number-crunching brawn, the computer’s creators hope, will enable great leaps in everything from cancer research to renewable-energy development.

Aurora, set to be developed by Intel and its subcontractor Cray at the Energy Department’s Argonne National Laboratory near Chicago, would far surpass the abilities of supercomputers today. It’s likely to be the most powerful supercomputer in not just the US but the world, though Rick Stevens, an associate laboratory director at Argonne, said that other countries might also be working on exascale supercomputers.

The effort marks a ‘transformational’ moment in the evolution of high-performance computing, Rajeeb Hazra, an Intel corporate vice president and general manager of its enterprise and government group, told Business Insider.

What Aurora could do

A computer that powerful is no small thing. Though Intel didn’t unveil the technical details of the system, supercomputers typically cover thousands of square feet and have thousands of nodes.

When it’s finished, this supercomputer should be able to do space simulations, drug discovery, and more. The government said it planned to use it to develop applications in science, energy, and defense. Aurora could also be used by universities and national labs.

For example, it could be used to safely simulate and test weapons — without actually setting them off or endangering people — or design better batteries, wind-power systems, or nuclear reactors. It could also be used to better understand earthquake hazards and model the risks of climate change.

It could even be used for research on cancer, cardiac issues, traumatic brain injuries, and suicide prevention, especially among veterans. The supercomputer is designed to apply large-scale data analytics and machine learning to understand the risk factors for these kinds of physical and mental health problems to help prevent them.

Intel, which says it helps power over 460 of the top 500 supercomputers, has worked with the Department of Energy for about two decades. It said Aurora would be five times as fast as the most powerful supercomputer, IBM’s Summit.

The Department of Energy’s contract with Intel and Cray is worth over $500 million to build Aurora, which Secretary of Energy Rick Perry authorized in 2017. The department also plans to build additional exascale supercomputers to start working between 2021 and 2023.

“The biggest challenge is also probably the most exciting part: to envision and create technologies that have never been created before,” Hazra said. “Because this machine requires a level of capability we haven’t seen before, the biggest risk is we’re inventing something new — but to us, that’s also the most exciting part.”

 

Teresa Cheramie, is a Specialist Market Manager, Clarity 360 Americas, based in Seattle WA
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