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Striking A Balance Between Performance And Efficiency

Given environmental concerns, supercomputers shouldn’t just be fast—they have to be efficient too. Here’s how supercomputing is moving towards a greener future.

The Race To Exascale

Professor Lu Yutong shares how China’s past experiences have shaped the country’s supercomputing efforts, and calls for more collaboration among Asian countries.

China Bags Second Gordon Bell Prize

Using the fastest supercomputer in the world, a team from China has won the 2017 edition of the highly coveted ACM Gordon Bell Prize.

China Overtakes The US On The TOP500 Ranking

For the first time since its inception, the number of supercomputers on the TOP500 list installed in China has surpassed that of the United States.

How To Win The Nobel Prize Of Supercomputing

Winning the ACM Gordon Bell Prize in High Performance Computing requires a team effort, says Professor Fu Haohuan, a member of the 12-man team that won the competition in 2016.

The Next Supercomputing Superpower – Chinese Technology Comes Of Age

The most powerful supercomputer in the world uses China’s home-grown technology. Could the country also be the first to build an exascale computer?

10 Awesome Reasons To Love Supercomputers

From their sheer scale to the multitude of things they can do, there are many reasons to love supercomputers. Here are just ten of them!

Asian Scientist Launches Asia’s First Supercomputing Magazine

Supercomputing Asia tracks the latest developments in Asia’s flourishing supercomputing landscape

China’s Homegrown 100 Pflops Supercomputer Leads Top500 List

China’s Sunway TaihuLight supercomputer, which can achieve a peak performance of up to 125 petaflops, is officially the world's fastest.