Fugaku

Supercomputer Fugaku retains first place worldwide in HPCG and Graph500 rankings

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Tuesday, November 15, 2022

TOKYO, Nov 15, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - The supercomputer Fugaku, jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu, has successfully retained the top spot for six consecutive terms in multiple major high-performance computer rankings including HPCG and Graph500 BFS (Breadth-First Search), and has also taken second place for the TOP500 and third place for the HPL-AI rankings.

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  • TOKYO, Nov 15, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - The supercomputer Fugaku, jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu, has successfully retained the top spot for six consecutive terms in multiple major high-performance computer rankings including HPCG and Graph500 BFS (Breadth-First Search), and has also taken second place for the TOP500 and third place for the HPL-AI rankings.
  • The HPCG is a performance ranking for computing methods often used for real-world applications, and the Graph500 ranks systems based on graph analytic performance, an important element in data-intensive workloads.
  • The results this time were made with Fugaku's full complement of 158,976 nodes fit into 432 racks.
  • The top ranking on Graph500 was won by a collaboration involving RIKEN, Kyushu University, Fixstars Corporation, and Fujitsu.

Fujitsu develops quantum/HPC hybrid computing technology to optimize solution brokering for customers

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Tuesday, November 8, 2022

TOKYO, Nov 8, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announced the development of quantum/HPC hybrid computing technology to optimize workload selection for customers.

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  • TOKYO, Nov 8, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - Fujitsu today announced the development of quantum/HPC hybrid computing technology to optimize workload selection for customers.
  • Crucially, the technology allows users without specialized knowledge to use quantum simulators and HPC technology to provide effective solutions to real-world problems.
  • Fujitsu is currently working to develop a computing workload broker--a software technology that uses AI to automatically select the appropriate resources from advanced computing technologies and solutions, including large-scale cloud-based HPC, quantum computing, Digital Annealer, as well as quantum simulators to solve customers' complex problems.
  • In this way, the computing workload broker will enable high-speed calculations and solutions according to customers' specific needs.

Fujitsu launches "Fujitsu Computing as a Service (CaaS)" in Japan, new global co-creation partner program

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Tuesday, October 25, 2022

Fujitsu's new cloud services include "Fujitsu Computing as a Service HPC" (hereinafter CaaS HPC) as well as "Fujitsu Computing as a Service Digital Annealer" (hereinafter CaaS Digital Annealer) for developing and running simulations, AI technologies and combinatorial optimization applications.

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  • Fujitsu's new cloud services include "Fujitsu Computing as a Service HPC" (hereinafter CaaS HPC) as well as "Fujitsu Computing as a Service Digital Annealer" (hereinafter CaaS Digital Annealer) for developing and running simulations, AI technologies and combinatorial optimization applications.
  • Fujitsu offers CaaS as a cloud service portfolio that enables Fujitsu and its customers to jointly develop and implement applications and services using cutting-edge computing and software technologies.
  • The CaaS portfolio includes high-performance computing (HPC) technologies and Fujitsu's Quantum-Inspired Digital Annealer (1) as cloud services as well as technical consulting services.
  • By promoting co-creation with various partners, Fujitsu aims to further enhance the value of solutions offered under Fujitsu Uvance.

Supercomputers Global Market Research Report 2022: A Potential $21+ Billion Market in 2026 - Government Investments in High-Processing Power is Driving Growth - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Wednesday, October 19, 2022

The regions covered in the supercomputer market report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.

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  • The regions covered in the supercomputer market report are Asia-Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa.
  • The supercomputer market research report is one of a series of new reports that provides supercomputer market statistics, including supercomputers industry global market size, regional shares, competitors with a supercomputer market share, detailed supercomputers market segments, market trends and opportunities, and any further data you may need to thrive in the supercomputer industry.
  • Government investment in high-processing power is expected to propel the growth of the supercomputer market going forward.
  • Therefore, government investment in high-processing power is driving the growth of the supercomputer market.

Fujitsu and Phytocontrol to collaborate on offering food contaminant analysis service via Fujitsu Computing as a Service (CaaS)

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Friday, September 16, 2022

Together, Fujitsu and Phytocontrol will offer end to end AI chromatography analysis technology via "Fujitsu Computing as a Service" (CaaS) - Fujitsu's service portfolio that makes advanced computing technologies available to users via the cloud - to provide chromatography analysis services to food companies, distributors, and regulators over the world.

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  • Together, Fujitsu and Phytocontrol will offer end to end AI chromatography analysis technology via "Fujitsu Computing as a Service" (CaaS) - Fujitsu's service portfolio that makes advanced computing technologies available to users via the cloud - to provide chromatography analysis services to food companies, distributors, and regulators over the world.
  • Fujitsu and Phytocontrol aim to start provision of the new service during fiscal 2023.
  • The ever-worsening global food crisis remains an ongoing issue, as approximately 400,000 people worldwide die each year from the consumption of contaminated food(3).
  • The two companies aim to support fast and accurate analysis of contaminant components in the food industry and to contribute to ensuring food safety.

Fujitsu Conducts Successful Large-scale Electromagnetic Wave Simulations for Space Industry, Urban Transport Use Cases with Solution for HPC Cloud

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Thursday, July 21, 2022

Fujitsu plans to provide its electromagnetic wave analysis solution to address this challenge.

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  • Fujitsu plans to provide its electromagnetic wave analysis solution to address this challenge.
  • To verify the effectiveness of its solution as a new cloud-service, Fujitsu conducted large-scale electromagnetic wave simulations in the following two areas.
  • The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) utilized Fujitsu's wave analysis solution to conduct large-scale electromagnetic wave simulations evaluating the radio wave intensity in the X-ray spectrometer(4) of JAXA's X-ray imaging satellite XRISM(5).
  • Fujitsu conducted large-scale electromagnetic wave simulations utilizing its wave analysis solution to evaluate roadside-to-vehicle (high-speed 5G) communication quality between transmitters installed at intersections and receivers installed in vehicles.

Fujitsu Commits to the UK's Science and Technology Superpower Potential

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Wednesday, June 15, 2022

The Center will import emerging technology from Japan, serve as a catalyst for cross-sectoral innovation and wider Fujitsu transformation, focused on the commercialization of research and partner collaboration.

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  • The Center will import emerging technology from Japan, serve as a catalyst for cross-sectoral innovation and wider Fujitsu transformation, focused on the commercialization of research and partner collaboration.
  • Visiting London Tech Week, Fujitsu's Global CTO, Vivek Mahajan said: "Fujitsu is committed to and has confidence in the UK.
  • We share the UK Government's ambitions to thrive as a science and technology superpower.
  • As part of this investment, Fujitsu will explore further opportunities to leverage its quantum inspired Digital Annealer technology in the UK.

Supercomputer Fugaku retains first place worldwide in HPCG and Graph500 rankings

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Monday, May 30, 2022

TOKYO, May 30, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - The supercomputer Fugaku, jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu, has successfully retained the top spot for five consecutive terms in multiple major high-performance computer rankings including HPCG and Graph500 BFS (Breadth-First Search), and has also taken second place for the TOP500 and HPL-AI rankings.

Key Points: 
  • TOKYO, May 30, 2022 - (JCN Newswire) - The supercomputer Fugaku, jointly developed by RIKEN and Fujitsu, has successfully retained the top spot for five consecutive terms in multiple major high-performance computer rankings including HPCG and Graph500 BFS (Breadth-First Search), and has also taken second place for the TOP500 and HPL-AI rankings.
  • The results of the rankings were announced on May 30 at the ISC2022 High-Performance Computing Conference, which is currently being held in Hamburg, Germany.
  • The top ranking on Graph500 was won by a collaboration involving RIKEN, Kyushu University, Fixstars Corporation, and Fujitsu.
  • The results this time, first place in HPCG and Graph500, and second place in TOP500 and HPL-AI, show that Fugaku remains one of the world's leading supercomputers in the field of high-performance computing, where evolution and competition are fierce worldwide.

Fujitsu and RIKEN start joint research on next-generation IT drug discovery technology using the supercomputer Fugaku and simulation integrated AI

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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

The joint research project will leverage high performance computing technologies and the supercomputer Fugaku to accelerate simulation integrated AI that combines Fujitsu's DeepTwin AI technology, which accurately acquires quantitative features from complex data by unsupervised learning, with molecular dynamics simulation using RIKEN's AI drug discovery simulation technology.

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  • The joint research project will leverage high performance computing technologies and the supercomputer Fugaku to accelerate simulation integrated AI that combines Fujitsu's DeepTwin AI technology, which accurately acquires quantitative features from complex data by unsupervised learning, with molecular dynamics simulation using RIKEN's AI drug discovery simulation technology.
  • Based on this research, the two parties aim to develop a next-generation IT drug discovery technology with world-leading capabilities by the end of fiscal 2026.
  • RIKEN and Fujitsu will work together to transform the drug discovery process by truly integrating computing technologies such as the supercomputer Fugaku with leading edge AI and machine learning technologies.
  • In this joint research project, Fujitsu and RIKEN will collaborate to develop the world's best computational technology for drug discovery using the world-class supercomputer Fugaku.

Web3 Infrastructure Provider Computecoin Notches Success in First Testnet Phase With Compute Capabilities Exceeding the Fugaku Supercomputer

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Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Computecoin strives to build on the success of Dome-A with the launch of Huygens, the second phase of the Computecoin testnet, which is scheduled to launch in Q2 2022.

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  • Computecoin strives to build on the success of Dome-A with the launch of Huygens, the second phase of the Computecoin testnet, which is scheduled to launch in Q2 2022.
  • Computecoin is an infrastructure provider that powers Web3 and metaverse applications by aggregating data centers and mining machines.
  • This figure demonstrates the massive amount of computing power hosted on the Computecoin network and underscores the need for a more realistic and attainable Web3 services solution.
  • This next phase of the testnet will build on Dome-As success by expanding Computecoins base of computing and storage power and fortifying the ecosystems capabilities.