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Cray, DOE Lab Partner to Provide Supercomputer for Military Weather Forecasting

A Department of Energy-sponsored facility and Cray have partnered to help the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center implement a supercomputing system to support the military service's weather forecasting activities. Cray said Wednesday it will deliver a Shasta high-performance computer through the partnership with Oak Ridge National Laboratory as part of a $25M contract.

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Oak Ridge National Lab Seeks Commercial Partner for Cybersecurity Tool

The Energy Department‘s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee has launched a competitive process for interested vendors to apply for licensing rights to commercialize a patented malware detection tool, Bloomberg Government reported Friday. ORNL seeks an industry partner to market the Heartbeat technology designed to trace malicious codes through a device’s energy …

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DOE Lab Unveils IBM-Built ‘Summit’ Supercomputer to Back AI, Energy Research

An Energy Department-backed national laboratory in Tennessee has launched a computer system IBM designed to support research in artificial intelligence, advanced materials, energy and other areas. The Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory works to perform up to 200,000 trillion calculations per second or approximately 200 petaflops of computing power, DOE said …

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D-Wave to Provide Oak Ridge National Lab Cloud Access to Quantum Computing Platform

D-Wave Systems has agreed to provide the Energy Department’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory cloud access to its D-Wave 2000Q quantum computing system in an effort to advance development of hybrid computing applications. D-Wave will collaborate with Tennessee-based ORNL to leverage the quantum computer to help address DOE’s environmental, energy, nuclear …

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DOE Lab Adopts Red Hat’s Cloud Platform to Aid Research Efforts

The Energy Department‘s Oak Ridge National Laboratory has deployed Red Hat‘s cloud platform within the laboratory’s compute and data infrastructure to support scientific and computational research projects at ORNL. Red Hat said Monday ORNL uses the company’s OpenStack Platform to provide cloud services in its Compute And Data Environment for Science infrastructure, which is …

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Esri to Offer DOE Lab Access to Spatial Analysis Tools via Enterprise Agreement

Esri is poised to sign an enterprise agreement with an Energy Department-funded laboratory in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, to provide some federal research and development projects access to the company’s geographic information system. DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory can leverage a full set of ArcGIS-based spatial analysis tools and add licenses on an as-needed basis as part of …

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Antonio Rucci Joins Information International Associates as Info Security Program Chief

Antonio Rucci, owner and principal of Insider Threats Consulting, has been named head of the information security program at Information International Associates. Bonnie Carroll, founder and CEO of IIa, said Rucci’s experience in program management, cybersecurity governance and policy development will help IIa expand its threat intelligence footprint, build up …

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ORNL’s Trim & Drill Tool for Boeing Sets Guinness World Record for Largest 3D-Printed Item

A trim-and-drill tool created by researchers at the Energy Department‘s Oak Ridge National Laboratory for Boeing has set a new Guinness World Record as the largest solid three-dimensionally printed item. ORNL said Monday the laboratory worked over 30 hours to print the tool that is 17.5 feet long, 5.5 feet wide and 1.5 feet tall with a weight of approximately …

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Siemens & DOE-Led Crowdsourcing Community Launch Building Tech Idea Search

Siemens and the Energy Department-led Jump online crowdsourcing community have partnered to crowdsource building technology ideas that could support interaction between personal smart devices and public facilities. The company said Monday the Jump challenge seeks concepts, use cases and business models that could help building occupants in commercial, public or corporate spaces to achieve …

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