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NEXT-GENERATION DOE SUPERCOMPUTERS

NEXT-GENERATION U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY SUPERCOMPUTERS WILL BE GPU-ACCELERATED

As GPUs advance in both performance and energy efficiency, accelerated systems have become the new standard for high performance computing (HPC) and a critical ingredient in the pursuit of exascale computing. That's why the U.S. Department of Energy is building two GPU-accelerated supercomputers - as part of the CORAL - that will move the world closer to exascale.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory's "Summit" and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's "Sierra" will use NVIDIA® Tesla® GPU accelerators and NVIDIA NVLink™ high-speed interconnect technology on next-generation IBM POWER servers. When they go live, each will be significantly faster than today's fastest supercomputer, achieving between 100 to 300 petaflops of peak performance.

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