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SC18 Rolls on in Dallas; Processors Take Center Stage

Episode 251: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss the trends emerging at SC18, including the convergence of AI, HPC and Cloud, tiered storage, and processor architecture.

US Widens Lead in Top Supercomputers; SC18 Kicks Off in Dallas

Episode 250: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman analyze the new TOP500 results and preview the big stories coming out of SC18.

AMD Throws Down EPYC Challenge to Intel; A Look Ahead to SC18

Episode 249: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman analyze the top stories as we head into SC18, plus announcements from AMD and Intel.

Getting Cool Insights Faster in Iceland

Episode 248: In this sponsored podcast, Addison Snell discusses Iceland's advantages for data center co-location with Gunnar Stefànsson, Director of Business Development, Opin Kerfi.

Cray Unveils Unified Supercomputing Platform; Why Did IBM Buy Red Hat?

Episode 247: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman analyze Cray's unveiling of its unified supercomputing platform and IBM's purchase of Red Hat.

Third Exascale Prototype in China; Cray Returns to AMD Formula

Episode 246: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss China's third planned exascale system and the likely outcome of Cray's return to AMD.

Preventing Disease with Machine Learning at Stanford Med

Episode 245: Addison Snell interviews Stanford Med's Dr. Jingjing Li about a breakthrough new study that uses machine learning to accurately predict cardiac disease.

Czech Automaker Preps For 15 Petaflops; Quantum Computing Comes to Life

Episode 244: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman review developments in the Chinese Supermicro spy scandal, plus announcements about HPC in the Czech automotive industry and IBM's quantum modeling of evolution.

Chinese Military Implicated in Server Hacking; Supermicro Under Scrutiny

Episode 243: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman analyze the potential effects of the Chinese Supermicro spy scandal on the HPC industry.

IBM Takes a Crack at Machine Bias; New Study Predicts Workforce Disruption

Episode 242: Addison Snell and Michael Feldman discuss the pitfalls of machine bias in AI and a new study that predicts coming disruption to a substantial percentage of the workforce.