The upgrades will enable the facility to provide exascale-class service to the NNSA laboratories.
Army modernization moves ahead following slight delays related largely to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Effort aims to pull in entrepreneurs with advanced technologies in machine learning, artificial intelligence, autonomy, robotics and advanced sensors.
The efficiencies of using open source software carry a number of risks.
The program may target more COVID-19 solutions and advanced antennas.
Among the plethora of capabilities it will provide, 5G could be used to run a multilevel secure coalition communications system.
Enterprise technology providers are making big bets on systematizing the COVID-19 contact tracing process through call centers or dashboards, rapidly ramping up capacity.
The agency looks to advanced software and data-driven solutions.
A self-assembled “skunk works” team has worked tirelessly to prototype a simple ventilator design for quick and easy assembly from available parts.
A team of researchers has invented software to create accurate digital representations of complex objects.
The Army xTech COVID-19 Ventilator Challenge has no deadline and is still accepting submissions.
LLNL, Penguin Computing and AMD have reached an agreement to upgrade the lab’s unclassified, Penguin Computing-built Corona high performance computing cluster.
The new service looks to harness commercially built low-earth-orbit systems in particular, leader says.
A yet-to-begin program may change the game for future pandemics.
Inventors are developing emerging launch platforms, power sources for space, autonomous aircraft and other aerospace solutions.
Sandia National Laboratories has a fast-track licensing program to rapidly deploy technology to the commercial sector.
A national laboratory supercomputer used to model neutron star collisions now is peering into inner space to explore potential vulnerabilities in COVID-19.
The Army xTechSearch team announced that the technology pitch for the xTechSearch 4 Semifinals will now be held via a live-streamed event open to the public.
Army reaches out to industry for solutions that will not only help it collect and sort information but also protect it at rest and during collaboration.
Ultimately, 10 small-business finalists will receive awards of $120,000 each and will be invited to demonstrate proofs of concept.