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The latest news regarding EMC3 and collaborations.

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November 7, 2019

EMC3 and USRC Fall 2019 Newsletter

The inaugural newsletter of the Efficient Mission-Centric Computing Consortium newsletter is out and reviews 2019 with a look at partnerships, member updates, intern projects, and research showcases at LANL HPC and USRC.

Read it here.

October 30, 2019

Efficient Mission Centric Computing Consortium demonstrates nCorium performance speed up

In the first year of the Efficient Mission-Centric Computing Consortium (EMC3), Los Alamos National Laboratory completed benchmarking nCorium’s new memory-centric server architecture for viability, functionality and performance in high performance storage.

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September 26, 2019

Los Alamos National Laboratory teams with Arm to develop tailored, efficient processor architectures for extreme-scale computing
Gary Grider, HPC division leader, said "This close collaboration with EMC3, is expected to start bearing performance results in near term systems as well some of our future systems in design."
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January 17, 2019

Interview: Gary Grider from LANL on the new Efficient Mission Centric Computing Consortium

LANL's High Performance Computing Division Leader, Gary Grider, sat down for an interview with insideHPC to discuss EMC3.

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November 27, 2018

Startup company nCorium joins Efficient Mission Centric Computing Consortium

The San Jose-based startup company nCorium has joined Los Alamos National Laboratory’s Efficient Mission Centric Computing Consortium (EMC3) in the quest for efficient, ultra-scale computing.

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November 13, 2018

Mellanox and Los Alamos National Laboratory Join Forces to Develop Ultra-Large Scale Mission-Centric Computing Infrastructure

The Integration of Mellanox In-Network Computing Acceleration Engines with Los Alamos National Laboratory Data Discovery Applications will be a Key Enabler for Efficient Ultra-Scale Computing.

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November 8, 2018

Los Alamos National Laboratory launches Efficient Mission Centric Computing Consortium.  DDN first to join in quest for efficient ultra-scale computing.

Los Alamos formed the consortium to investigate ultra-scale computing architectures, systems and environments that can achieve higher efficiencies in extreme-scale mission-centric computing.

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November 7, 2018

Arm is the NNSA's New Secret Weapon

It might have been difficult to see this happening a mere few years ago, but the National Nuclear Security Administration and one of its key supercomputing sites are looking past Intel to Arm-based supercomputers in hopes of reaching efficiency and memory bandwidth targets needed for nuclear stockpile simulations.

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November 7, 2018

Los Alamos pursues efficient computing with Cray, Marvell and Arm

The collaboration with Cray Inc. integrates the Marvell ThunderX2 processors with Cray’s proven networking and software ecosystem in the Lab’s secure computing environment.

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November 7, 2018

Los Alamos National Laboratory Awards Research and Development Contract to Marvell to Accelerate Advanced Server Technology Development

Los Alamos National Laboratory has announced that Marvell has been awarded funding to accelerate the architecture, design and development of advanced server technology required for more efficient usable operations per second per watt or operations per second per dollar of programmer time.

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