This project has received funding from the European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (JU) under grant agreement No 955648. The JU receives support from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and Italy, France, Czech Republic, United Kingdom, Greece, Netherlands, Germany, Norway.
The growing need for timely and accurate weather forecasts originates from many sectors, such as agriculture, aviation, renewable energy, civil protection etc. One of ACROSS’s main plans, is the development and the demonstration of technologies that enhance the skill of weather forecasting, through the increase of the spatial resolution of both global and regional forecasting […]
ACROSS project has been part of the HPC-IODC workshop (https://hps.vi4io.org/events/2021/iodc) co-located with ISC-2021, where LINKS (A. Scionti) attended as an invited panelist to the afternoon session. As such, LINKS Foundation presented the ACROSS vision on the management of the convergence of HPC, AI and Big-Data on current and future supercomputer systems, with a focus on […]
I would like to start this blog by highlighting first the challenges and needs these sectors are experiencing, especially the convergence of HPC, BD & AI. It seems that large amounts of generated data often hide an immeasurable value that is at the basis of these days’ transformation of the HPC world. As such, cross […]
The quest for ever more computing performance in the context of modern scientific and industrial application use cases is pushing technology providers to design and manufacture new machines, which are able to push performance towards the exascale, still preserving the overall energy efficiency. Besides the traditional applications needs in terms of pure number crunching capabilities, […]
The H2020 ACROSS project has just started! ACROSS – HPC Big DAta ArtifiCial Intelligence cross Stack PlatfoRm TOwards ExaScale – will codesign and develop an HPC, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence convergent platform, supporting applications in the Aeronautics, Climate and Weather, and Energy domains.