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A PNNL-industry collaboration aims to connect memory across processors, supercharging artificial intelligence applications on high-performance computers.
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An international team that wants to build small high-energy physics machines tries out its designs on Oak Ridge’s Frontier exascale computer.
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Oak Ridge researchers harness Argonne’s Theta supercomputer to build energy-efficiency models for all U.S. buildings.
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