The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Intel a contract to deliver the nation’s most powerful supercomputer at Argonne National Laboratory. The 180 PetaFLOPS system is being developed to help advance U.S. leadership in scientific research and keep America at the forefront of next generation extreme-scale computing, and maintain its position at the forefront of next generation exascale computing for years to come.
HPC has reached an inflection point with the convergence of traditional HPC and the emerging world of big data analytics. Intel’s HPC scalable system framework enables an unprecedented level of system balance, performance and scalability necessary to meet the demands of both compute- and data-intensive workloads, today and well into the future.
Intel and Cray build a new generation of supercomputers for the U.S. Department of Energy.
Intel’s Rajeeb Hazra shares his perspective on Argonne National Laboratory’s selection of Intel to design and deliver next generation supercomputers as well as the impact to HPC and technical computin...
Intel Fellow Al Gara talks about new HPC architectural directions and the power of integration.
Discussion with Dr. Paul Messina, Director of Science for Argonne’s Leadership Computing Facility.
Barry Bolding, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Cray, shares his views on Aurora.
(left to right) Rick Stevens, Argonne; Susan Coghlan, Argonne; Al Gara, Intel; Mark Seager, Intel; Raj Hazra, Intel; Barry Bolding, Cray; Gary Geissler, Cray; Paul Messina, Argonne; Mike Papka, Argonne
Susan Coghlan, Argonne
Paul Messina and Susan Coghlan, Argonne
Aurora aerial view with reflection on the floor
Aurora's eye-level close-up view with transparency background.
Aurora's eye-level close-up view with reflection on the floor.