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11 April 2024

Ventana and Canonical collaborate on enabling enterprise data center, high-performance and AI computing on RISC-V

Silicon Article

This blog is co-authored by Gordan Markuš, Canonical and Kumar Sankaran, Ventana Micro Systems Unlocking the future of semiconductor innovation  RISC-V, an open standard instruction set architecture (ISA), is rapidly shaping the future of high-performance computing, edge computing, and artificial intelligence. The RISC-V customizable and ...

Igor Ljubuncic
24 January 2024

Canonical’s recipe for High Performance Computing


In essence, High Performance Computing (HPC) is quite simple. Speed and scale. In practice, the concept is quite complex and hard to achieve. It is not dissimilar to what happens when you go from a regular car to a supercar or a hypercar – the challenges and problems you encounter at 100 km/h are vastly ...

Igor Ljubuncic
21 December 2023

We wish you RISC-V holidays!

HPC Article

There are three types of computer users: the end user, the system administrator, and the involuntary system administrator. As it happens, everyone has found themselves in the last group at some point or another; you sit down to perform a task relevant to your needs or duties, but suddenly the machine does not work as ...

Jason Nucciarone
23 October 2023

Meet Canonical at SC23

Ubuntu Article

Hot off the airport runway from the Ubuntu Summit in Latvia, the Canonical High-Performance Computing team is heading west to Denver, Colorado for SC23.  If you missed us at ISC23 or PEARC23 this year, now is a great opportunity to meet with the Canonical HPC team to discuss everything HPC and supercomputing. About SC23 Supercomputing ...

Jon Thor Kristinsson
20 July 2023

Introducing Ubuntu’s new HPC community team

Ubuntu Article

The High-Performance Computing (HPC) community team is the latest engineering team to join the Ubuntu project. ...

Jon Thor Kristinsson
4 July 2023

Meet Canonical at PEARC23

Ubuntu Article

Canonical at PEARC23, learn more about Ubuntu and HPC attend the session on Container usage and training at HPC centers. ...

Jon Thor Kristinsson
5 December 2022

High-performance computing (HPC) technologies: what does the future hold? [part 6]

Ubuntu Article

his is a very exciting time for HPC, as we are seeing a lot of innovation in the space. Servers are taking on advanced capabilities in terms of compute and networking and we are seeing compatibility increase. Overall cluster deployment and usage is being driven by ease of use. ...

Jon Thor Kristinsson
28 November 2022

Open Source in HPC [part 5]

Ubuntu Article

Introduction to open source HPC focused applications and components. ...

Jon Thor Kristinsson
9 November 2022

Canonical to attend Supercomputing 22

Ubuntu Article

Discuss your HPC and supercomputing needs with Canonical at SC22 ...

Jon Thor Kristinsson
12 July 2022

High-performance computing (HPC) cluster architecture [part 4]

Ubuntu Article

This article describes what HPC clusters are, their various components and their particular purposes. It also covers the different types of HPC clusters. ...

Jon Thor Kristinsson
25 May 2022

Canonical at ISC High Performance 2022

Cloud and server Article

Come join us at ISC High Performance 2022 in Hamburg, book your meeting now, to discuss all things Canonical, Ubuntu and HPC. ...

What is supercomputing? [part 3]

Cloud and server Article

This article is about the history of supercomputers and how they have evolved into the HPC and supercomputing systems we see today. ...

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