U.K.’s Quantum Computing Startup Plans to Enter Japan

Oxford Quantum Circuits, a U.K.-based quantum computing startup, has announced its plan to enter the Japanese market, possibly by late this year, making its service available to Japanese companies via the cloud using computers in Tokyo. According to Ilana Wisby, Oxford Quantum Circuits CEO, the company sees many business opportunities in Japan. By 2035, the […]

Why NUS NSCC Singapore’s i4.0 DC – A tropical supercomputing data center could be a game-changer in energy efficiency

NSCC Singapore was established in 2015 and manages Singapore’s first national petascale facility with available high-performance computing (HPC) resources. As a National Research Infrastructure funded by the National Research Foundation (NRF), NSCC supports the HPC research needs of the public and private sectors in Singapore. This includes research institutes, institutes of higher learning, government agencies […]

Harnessing the Heat from Data Centers

Data centers generate a significant amount of heat due to the large number of servers and other equipment housed within them. In line with this, the interest in finding ways to harness it to cut energy costs and offset carbon emissions is continuously growing. According to ResearchGate, data centers worldwide consume over 200 TWh of […]