exascale

exascale

(EXAbyte SCALE) Having gigantic processing power or storage capacity. One exabyte is one quintillion bytes. See exaFLOPS, Exadata and space/time.
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Bell and Chen are taking advantage of this break in both hardware and software history to "co-design" algorithms, software and hardware that complement one another to reach exascale speeds.
Altair is committed to the pursuit of exascale computing and the democratization of HPC for organizations to achieve the next great innovations.
and how exascale systems will need to handle both ravenous and daintier appetites.
ADAC provides a framework for member organizations to pursue mutual interests such as accelerated node architectures as computing moves toward the exascale era and beyond.
At the October 2010 HPC China conference in Beijing, I chaired a panel discussion on whether petascale and exascale supercomputers would inevitably be narrow-purpose systems.
Objective: Progress in computers and algorithms in the last years has made numerical simulation and modelling a key research methodology in both academia and industry, which in turn drives exascale computing in order to maintain excellence in research and innovation.
The heterogeneous computing thrust area will examine the technological and research advances in software that scientists will need in order to use accelerator-based computing, which is now occurring on large-scale machines and could propel supercomputing to the exascale level.
The Department of Energys Oak Ridge National Laboratory has received funding from DOEs Exascale Computing Project (ECP) to develop applications for future exascale systems that will be 50 to 100 times more powerful than todays fastest supercomputers.
Problems have been identified that need this much horsepower, and at least one agency is putting the price tag for an exascale computer at more than $1 billion.