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Cray to Modernize DoD Computing, Storage Systems

Cray Inc. has been awarded a $26 million contract to provide a supercomputer and data storage platform for the Defense Department‘s high-performance computing modernization program. The company is scheduled to install its XC computing and Sonexion storage systems later this year at the Army Research Laboratory’s DoD Supercomputing Resource Center, …

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Peter Ungaro: Cray to Build Supercomputer for U.S. Nuclear Stewardship Program

The National Nuclear Security Administration has awarded Cray a $174 million contract to build a computing technology for managing the security and safety of U.S.’ nuclear weapons stockpile. NNSA said Thursday the Trinity system is intended to support computing and simulation activities at the Los Alamos, Sandia and Lawrence Livermore …

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DOE issues RFP for supercomputer development projects worth up to $1.8B

The Energy Department has issued a request for proposals on a potential $1.8 billion effort to build at least two exascale computing machines for national laboratories within the 2021-2023 time frame. DOE said Monday it seeks new supercomputers for installation at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and the Lawrence …

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6 Firms to Receive $258M in DOE Exascale Supercomputer R&D Contracts

The Energy Department will award six companies three-year contracts worth $258 million in total to research and develop large-scale supercomputers. DOE said Thursday it will issue funds through its Exascale Computing Project as part of the department’s new PathForward program that seeks to create the first exascale supercomputers for U.S. national security, manufacturing, …

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DOE Taps IBM, Mellanox, Nvidia Tech for $325M Nat’l Lab Supercomputer Program

The Energy Department will allocate $325 million in funds to develop two new supercomputers at the Oak Ridge and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories and another $100 million toward future extreme scale supercomputing technologies. Oak Ridge’s “Summit” and Lawrence Livermore’s “Sierra” supercomputers will contain IBM‘s (NYSE: IBM) Power Architecture, Mellanox’s Interconnected and NVIDIA’s Volta …

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Scott Foster, Federal Contract Finance Exec, Named Bostonia Partners Managing Director

Scott Foster, a 20-year professional in federal contract finance, will work to support Bostonia Group‘s federal energy and infrastructure finance business as managing director of the firm’s investment banking arm, Bostonia Partners. Foster will be based out of Alexandria, Va. and has completed at least $4 billion financing deals in his career, Bostonia said recently. …

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Noblis to Establish Va. Supercomputing Center to Create Sustainable Jobs, Increase US Competitiveness

Noblis will collaborate with supercomputing firm Cray to establish the Center for Applied High Performance Computing in Danville, Va., near the North Carolina border. The center will host the first next-generation Cray XMT supercomputer in the U.S. outside of a federal laboratory or academic facility. Staff will train developers to …

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