The Exascale Report

The Exascale Report
ACM members save $188 on a subscription to The Exascale Report, a publication focusing on exascale levels of computation, the next great challenge and breakthrough in High Performance Computing.

The Exascale Report is pleased to offer a special, discounted subscription rate to all ACM members. Exascale is an important and pivotal discussion topic that will affect many of us who work in the global ecosystem of advanced computing, affecting key areas such as hardware, software, memory, networking, storage, applications, visualization, and others.

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