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Ultra Accelerator Link Group for Data Center AI Connectivity Formed: AMD, Broadcom, Cisco, Google, HPE, Intel, Meta and Microsoft
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Ultra Accelerator Link Group for Data Center AI Connectivity Formed: AMD, Broadcom, Cisco, Google, HPE, Intel, Meta and Microsoft

BEAVERTON, Ore.– AMD, Broadcom, Cisco, Google, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), Intel, Meta and Microsoft today announced they have aligned to develop a new industry...

Supply Chain Attack against Courtroom Software
From Schneier on Security

Supply Chain Attack against Courtroom Software

No word on how this backdoor was installed: A software maker serving more than 10,000 courtrooms throughout the world hosted an application update containing a...

Report: New ASML Machines Could Produce Denser, Cheaper Advanced Chips
From insideHPC

Report: New ASML Machines Could Produce Denser, Cheaper Advanced Chips

ASML, whose chip manufacturing machines produce advanced microprocessors used for HPC and AI, says it has set a new chipmaking density record with its new High-NA...

Hitachi Vantara Announces Block Storage Appliance for Virtual Storage Platform One Portfolio
From insideHPC

Hitachi Vantara Announces Block Storage Appliance for Virtual Storage Platform One Portfolio

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – May 29, 2024 – Hitachi Vantara, the data storage, infrastructure, and hybrid cloud management subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501), today...

Storage Company Xinnor Joins Arm Partner Program
From insideHPC

Storage Company Xinnor Joins Arm Partner Program

May 29, 2027 — Xinnor, a provider of high-performance data storage solutions, announced its inclusion in the Arm Partner Program. This collaboration is intended...

Riverlane Partners with Alice & Bob on Quantum Error Correction  
From insideHPC

Riverlane Partners with Alice & Bob on Quantum Error Correction  

Cambridge, Paris, Boston, 29th May: Quantum error correction technology company Riverlane and fault tolerant quantum computing company Alice & Bob have signed an...

A kaleidoscope of celebrations across the globe 
From ACM-W supporting, celebrating and advocating for Women in Computing

A kaleidoscope of celebrations across the globe 

In recent months, ACM Women across the globe have been celebrating women’s achievements in their respective regions: North America (ACMW-NA), Europe (ACM WE)  and...

Classiq and HPE Collaborate on Quantum-HPC Integration
From insideHPC

Classiq and HPE Collaborate on Quantum-HPC Integration

Not until the ISC 2024 conference earlier this month had we heard that HPE is active in quantum computing — since then, we’ve heard they’re active in two ways.Classiq...

From Computational Complexity

Double Digit Delights

It started with a post from Fermat's Library. 132 is the sum of all the 2-digit numbers made from its digits. It is the smallest such number. pic.twitter.com/hrByAXbr51...

Privacy Implications of Tracking Wireless Access Points
From Schneier on Security

Privacy Implications of Tracking Wireless Access Points

Brian Krebs reports on research into geolocating routers: Apple and the satellite-based broadband service Starlink each recently took steps to address new research...

Bags of Queries as Sparse Document Representations
From The Noisy Channel

Bags of Queries as Sparse Document Representations

There is a duality between search queries and indexed documents: we can model a query as a bag of documents and a document as a bag of queries. This duality offers...

Simr (Formerly UberCloud) Announces SimOps for Product Development
From insideHPC

Simr (Formerly UberCloud) Announces SimOps for Product Development

LOS ALTOS, Calif. – Simr, formerly known as UberCloud, has unveiled Simulation Operations Automation (SimOps), making best practices in computer simulations implemented...

3 current societal challenges where computational systems fit
From The Computing Community Consortium Blog

3 current societal challenges where computational systems fit

Computer science has emerged as a transformative force shaping virtually every aspect of modern society, profoundly impacting how we approach and tackle societal...

Lattice-Based Cryptosystems and Quantum Cryptanalysis
From Schneier on Security

Lattice-Based Cryptosystems and Quantum Cryptanalysis

Quantum computers are probably coming, though we don’t know when—and when they arrive, they will, most likely, be able to break our standard public-key cryptography...

From Computational Complexity

National BBQ day vs World Quantum Day

 After my post on different holiDAYS, here, such as Talk like a Pirate Day, and Raegan Revor day, two other Days were brought to my attention1) Lance emailed me...

Science and Technology links (May 25 2024)
From Daniel Lemire's Blog

Science and Technology links (May 25 2024)

Artificial intelligence is far more efficient at producing content than human beings, as far as carbon emissions go. Human brains got larger by over 5% betweenContinue...

Friday Squid Blogging: Dana Squid Attacking Camera
From Schneier on Security

Friday Squid Blogging: Dana Squid Attacking Camera

Fantastic footage of a Dana squid attacking a camera at a depth of about a kilometer. As usual, you can also use this squid post to talk about the security stories...

atNorth Wins Colocation Provider of the Year and Digital Infrastructure Project of the Year
From insideHPC

atNorth Wins Colocation Provider of the Year and Digital Infrastructure Project of the Year

Reykjavík, Iceland – May 24th, 2024 – Nordic colocation, HPC and AI service provider atNorth announced it has been awarded the Colocation Provider of the Year award...

On the Zero-Day Market
From Schneier on Security

On the Zero-Day Market

New paper: “Zero Progress on Zero Days: How the Last Ten Years Created the Modern Spyware Market“: Abstract: Spyware makes surveillance simple. The last ten years...

Agnostiq Introduces AI Model Training and Serving Capabilities in Covalent Platform
From insideHPC

Agnostiq Introduces AI Model Training and Serving Capabilities in Covalent Platform

TORONTO — May 23, 2024 — Agnostiq today announced an update to Covalent, its advanced computing platform. With the release of new capabilities called Function Serve...
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