Pawsey press release

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre are a Tier-1 facility in Australia which enables amazing, ground-breaking science across the nation. Due to this high profile, we have collected Pawsey coverage across a range of national and international media publications.
Mark Stickells, Ann Backhaus, Maciej Cytowsci and Ugo Varetto, at our booth in SC22 Dallas, while our Quokkas are displayed drawing a number four because our ranking in the Green500
15 November 2022

Australia’s Setonix named the fourth greenest supercomputer in the world

At peak power, Setonix is 30 times more powerful than its predecessors and ten times more energy efficient. PERTH, AUSTRALIA, 15 November 2022 — Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre announced its latest supercomputer, Setonix, has been recognised as one of the greenest supercomputers in the world, after ranking in the top5 on the globally recognised Green500

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8 August 2022

Promising beginnings for Australia’s newest supercomputer

Australia’s newest supercomputer, Setonix, has produced a highly detailed image of a supernova remnant immediately after the computing system’s first stage was made available to researchers. Data used to create the image was collected with CSIRO’s ASKAP radio telescope, which is owned and operated by Australia’s national science agency, on Wajarri Yamatji Country in Western

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Mars meteorite analysis. Left, artistic impression of where an asteroid hit the surface of Mars 5-10Ma ago, ejected Black Beauty and its transit to the Earth (white line). On the right, the dataset and methods used to identify the ejection site of the meteorite.
13 July 2022

Source of ancient Martian rocks found using supercomputers

Now we can sample other planets without leaving home Published in Nature Communications Five to ten million years ago an asteroid smashed into Mars. It created a massive crater and propelled a chunk of ancient Martian crust into space as a new meteorite, which eventually crashed into Africa. We now know where on Mars that meteorite

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Quantum Brilliance team installing the first room-temperature Quantum Computer at Pawsey
31 May 2022

Pawsey Installs First Room-Temperature On-Premises Quantum Computer in a Supercomputing Centre

A field trial of a room-temperature, diamond-based quantum ‘accelerator’ is now underway as Australia’s Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre installs Quantum Brilliance’s computer in Perth, Western Australia ISC 2022, Hamburg, Germany, May 31, 2022 – Australia’s leading research supercomputing facility Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre has today announced the installation of the world’s first room-temperature diamond-based quantum

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9 December 2021

Appointment of new Pawsey Chair

The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre today announced Tim Shanahan has been appointed its new Chair. Mr Shanahan succeeds John Langoulant who had been Pawsey’s Chair since 2014. Mr Shanahan joins Pawsey’s board with more than 20 years’ experience in leading and driving performance across a wide range of industries, including ICT, research, infrastructure, energy, minerals,

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12 November 2021

The Pawsey Supercomputer Research Centre joins the OpenMP® effort

33 vendors and research organizations are now collaborating to develop this standard parallel programming model   Saint-Louis, Missouri — Nov 12, 2021 — The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre has joined the OpenMP ARB, a group of leading hardware vendors, software vendors, and research organizations that are creating the standard for the most popular shared-memory parallel

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Setonix pahse 1 supercomputer, with artwork from Martgaret Whitehurst
21 September 2021

Pawsey provides the first look at Setonix, wrapped in stars

The first phase of what will be the fastest public research supercomputer in the Southern Hemisphere has been unveiled at its new home at the Pawsey Centre in Western Australia, resplendent in artwork that reflects the skies it will help researchers to unlock. Stage 1 of Pawsey’s new $48 million HPE Cray EX supercomputer known

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14 September 2021

2021 HPC-AI Advisory Council Australia Conference agenda is now available

Sunnyvale, CA – September 13 2021 –  The for community benefit HPC-AI Advisory Council, in collaboration with Australia’s Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre, today announced the 2021 Australia Conference will take place, virtually, 23 & 24 September. Hosted from Western Australia’s AWST time zone (UTC +8), the fourth annual conference will present a condensed agenda in

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Acacia Object Storage
16 August 2021

Pawsey to deploy 130PB of multi-tier storage

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre will become home to one of the largest research-focused object storage systems in the world, with 130 petabytes of online and offline storage as part of the facility’s $70 million capital refresh project. Pawsey has awarded two contracts for the storage, with a combined value of $7 million, to Dell and Xenon,

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Mark Stickells, Pawsey Executive Director
25 May 2021

Space data facility to open new frontier for business innovation

Training businesses on how to use space data and data collected through observation of the Earth will be a key feature of the Australian Space Data Analysis Facility, officially launched this week in Western Australia. The new facility, managed by the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre and Western Australian Data Science Innovation Hub and assisted by the

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