Tachyum Teases 128-Core CPU: 5.7 GHz, 950W, 16 DDR5 Channels

Tachyum Submits Bid to Build 20 Exaflops Supercomputer

Tachyum on Tuesday said that it had submitted a bid to the Department of Energy to build a 20 exaflops supercomputer in 2025. The machine would be based on the company’s next-generation Prodigy processors featuring a proprietary microarchitecture that can be used for different types of workloads. The U.S. DoE wants a 20 exaflops supercomputer with a 20MW–60MW power…

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AMD and Nvidia to Power Four ExaFLOPS Supercomputer

The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) this week announced its new supercomputer that will combine deep learning and simulation computing capabilities. The Perlmutter system will use AMD’s top-of-the-range 64-core EPYC 7763 processors as well as Nvidia’s A100 compute GPUs to push out up to 180 PetaFLOPS of ‘standard’ performance and…