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AMD CPUs and Radeon GPUs Enable El Capitan Supercomputer to Break 2 Exaflops Barrier
El Capitan is set to be the second all AMD CPU and GPU exascale system in the U.S.
Top500 Supercomputer List Updated
The 52nd edition of the TOP500 list has five U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) supercomputers in the top 10 positions.
3D Printed Graphene Recharges Battery Design
A 3D printed graphene technique developed by researchers from Virginia Tech and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) promises to revolutionize the way manufacturers produce batteries and supercapacitors.
ASSESS 2018 Congress Adds “Notes From the Front” Sessions
At ASSESS 2018, each session is made up of multiple 15-minute quick presentations from industry leaders on experiences related to involvement or support of the simulation revolution.
Navy to Develop Printed Repair Parts
Teams will work to build digital twins from model-based data on parts and sensor data from metal 3D printers.
Pushing the Limits of Nanoscale 3D Printing
Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have developed techniques that promise to redefine the limits of nanoscale 3D printing.
Mellanox Accelerates Supercomputers and More
Mellanox announces that the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Summit supercomputer is on target for completion early this year.
Holographic Printing in Seconds
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists have developed a way to use lasers and a fast-drying photosensitive resin to create several layers of each print simultaneously.
3D Print Process Could Triple Steel Strength
Scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California have developed a way to 3D print with stainless steel that results in materials that are up to three times stronger than steels created using traditional techniques.
Breakthrough in Transparent Glass Printing
Researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have 3D printed transparent glass at room temperature.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Tests Metal Extrusion Printing
The direct metal writing process, as the lab has dubbed it, uses a metal that has been engineered to act like a solid at rest but to flow like a liquid when force is applied.
Carbon Fiber 3D Printing Advances
Simulation enabled by a supercomputer was the key to getting carbon fibers to flow through an ink nozzle in a modified direct ink writing process.
HPC4Mfg Now Accepting Project Submissions
The program partners industry with supercomputing resources from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
IBM, National Laboratories Partner to Advance Big Data Research
The company is creating data-centric computer systems for the government laboratories.


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