Atos partners with University of Oxford on largest AI supercomputer in the UK

Paris and London, four August 2020

Atos, a worldwide leader in electronic transformation, has signed a four-year agreement worthy of £5 million with the College of Oxford to supply a new, point out of the art, deep mastering supercomputer built on the NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD™ architecture, which will permit Uk academics and field to travel ahead scientific discoveries and innovation in machine mastering and artificial intelligence, as element of the JADE2 job.

The major AI-targeted supercomputer in the Uk with more than 500 NVIDIA GPUs, this high-performance system is funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Exploration Council (EPSRC), and aims to build on the good results of the present JADEone (Joint Academic Info Science Endeavour) facility – a nationwide resource providing highly developed GPU computing amenities to world-primary AI and machine mastering authorities from a consortium of 8 Uk universities and the Alan Turing Institute.

The JADE2 supercomputer

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Joliot-Curie: the most powerful supercomputer dedicated to research in France

Paris, June 29, 2020

Atos, a international leader in digital transformation, and GENCI, the French countrywide higher-effectiveness computing corporation, and the CEA, reveal that Joliot-Curie supercomputer with its 22 petaflop/s peak computing energy is the most powerful supercomputer in France devoted to academic and industrial open up analysis, and the 3rd most powerful analysis laptop or computer in Europe, according to the TOP500 rating printed on 22 June 2020. This supercomputer is derived from the co-design function carried out by the CEA with Atos for much more than 20 a long time*, and which manufactured it feasible to determine present-day energy computing architectures. The Joliot-Curie supercomputer ranks in thirty fourth situation in the TOP500 and is driven by Atos’ BullSequana XH2000 platform and the most recent AMD Rome processors.

Almost one particular 12 months on from its inauguration, Joliot-Curie is now working at total velocity for the previous six months

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