exascale

exascale

Huge. Exascale computers are supercomputers that consume enormous amounts of electricity. See exa.
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Co-design and collaborative efforts, like CORE-Direct and UCX, are truly the path to achieving exascale performance.
The community's contributions combined with Altair's continued research and development, and collaboration with Intel and our HPC technology partners will accelerate the advancement of PBS Pro to aggressively pursue exascale computing initiatives in broad classes and domains.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) and GENCI said they have announced a collaboration aimed at speeding up the path to exascale computing -- the ability of a computing system to perform at least one exaflop, or a billion billion calculations, in one second.
Meanwhile, as the HPC community hurtles toward the exascale era, Steve Conway, Research VP, HPC at IDC, shares his "Thoughts on the Exascale Race.
The project's principal investigator Prof Dimitrios Nikolopoulos said: "This new software which is known as Exascale computing means that complex computing simulations which would take thousands of years on a desktop computer will be completed in a matter of hours.
The supercomputing bill would require that the Department of Energy develop, through a competitive merit review process, a program for partnerships between national laboratories, industry, and universities for exascale supercomputing research.
This will eliminate a longstanding bottleneck and help pave the way for a new generation of exascale supercomputers that are 50-100 times faster than today's most powerful systems.
Intel is convinced that Exascale computing will represent a major technological advance for the scientific community working on Nuclear Fusion projects.
DesignForward is a jointly funded collaboration between the DOE Office of Science and the US National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) to accelerate the research and development of critical technologies needed for extreme-scale computing, on the path toward Exascale computing.
The three talks in the special session on exascale computing are listed but not included.
Today's supercomputers have millions of processors; the exascale computer will likely have at least a billion processors humming along.
DOME is a five-year collaboration between IBM and ASTRON, The Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy, to research extremely fast, but low-power exascale computer systems used for the international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) telescope.