Emerging from the global pandemic, the vitality and dynamism of AsiaPacific’s supercomputing sector is almost palpable. From climate modeling to precision medicine, the frontiers of human knowledge are constantly being challenged—and this pursuit is not looking like it’s losing momentum any time soon.
A sneak peek inside Singapore’s next step in supercomputing.
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.
A new collaboration will soon allow Singapore-based researchers to directly access Japan’s Fugaku—the world’s fastest supercomputer.
Named after Japan’s highest peak, Fugaku lived up to its reputation as the world’s most powerful supercomputer by leading the TOP500 rankings—again.