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Malta joins the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking

Malta becomes the 33rd member of the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking, rejoining the other 26 Member States and 6 Associated Countries in this strategic initiative, which is pooling EU and national resources to build world-class high performance computing (HPC, also known as supercomputing) and data infrastructures in Europe. Supercomputing is one of the essential pillars of the Digital Decade, the Commission's vision for the digital transformation of Europe by 2030, and an indispensable strategic capability for achieving EU digital sovereignty. Europe’s ambition is to become a world leader in high

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Commission welcomes political agreement on €7.5 billion Digital Europe Programme

On Monday, the Commission welcomed the political agreement between the European Parliament and the EU Member States on the first EU programme that aims to accelerate the recovery and drive the digital transformation of Europe. Trilogue negotiations have now concluded, pending the final approval of the legal texts by the European Parliament and the Council.

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EU invests further in European world-class supercomputing in Bulgaria

The European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking, which pools European resources to buy and deploy world-class supercomputers and technologies, announced this week the signature for a contract worth €11.5 million for a new supercomputing system in Bulgaria. The new system will be capable of more than 4.4 petaflops, and will be hosted by Sofiatech.

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EU steps up investment in world-class supercomputers for researchers and businesses

The European High-Performance Computing Joint Undertaking, which pools European resources to buy and deploy world-class supercomputers and technologies, has co-signed a contract worth €144.5 million to acquire the LUMI supercomputer. Europe is at the forefront of investment in next-generation supercomputing infrastructure that will be accessible to all European researchers, industry and businesses, to run hundreds of new applications in artificial intelligence and personalised medicine, drug and material design, genomics, weather forecasting, combatting climate change and many more.