Nicole Hemsoth

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Who Shoulders the Supercomputing Resiliency Burden?

While the related topics of fault tolerance and resiliency do not garner the same attention as performance and efficiency, being able to recover from and work around failures, especially as applications take over ever-large and increasingly heterogenous machines, is more important than ever.

Who Shoulders the Supercomputing Resiliency Burden? was written by Nicole Hemsoth at The Next Platform.

Evolving GPUs Power Content Recommendation at Scale

Although there are now well-engineered systems that tightly package compute, acceleration, and data movement for deep learning training, for some users, working on time-critical AI training (and constant retraining), the backend applications and frameworks require a different way of thinking.

Evolving GPUs Power Content Recommendation at Scale was written by Nicole Hemsoth at The Next Platform.

South Korea Funds First Supercomputing CPU Designed for AI, HPC

Researchers at South Korea’s Electronics and Telecommunications Institute (ETRI), in conjunction with Arm, are one step closer to designing and deploying a native CPU that can handle double-precision supercomputing applications and low-precision, low-power AI inference.

South Korea Funds First Supercomputing CPU Designed for AI, HPC was written by Nicole Hemsoth at The Next Platform.

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