X1E supercomputer customers will use the systems to handle the most challenging high-performance computing (HPC) problems and workloads at government and research sites in the U.
CONTACT: (Media) Mardi Larson, 612-683-3538; or (financial) Bill Gacki, 612-683-7372, both of Cray
An AHPCRC unstructured mesh computational fluid dynamics (CFD) application ran at a sustained speed exceeding one teraflop (one trillion calculations per second) on a Cray
X1 supercomputer with 256 multistreaming processors (MSPs).
CONTACT: Terry Willkom, president, or William Skolout, CFO, of Cray
Computer, 719-579-6464; or David Gould of Hill and Knowlton, 408-496-6511/
J916 supercomputers are developed for compute-intensive design, engineering and technical analysis problems," Carlson said.
offers the Cray
XT3 and Cray
XD1 supercomputers, based on the AMD Opteron processor, along with the Cray
X1E(TM) supercomputer, based on Cray
custom-built vector processors.
This unique feature allows all files stored in the cluster to be accessible to all Cray
Research systems, reducing the need to move the data between systems on the network.
NetworkCS, as system integrator and computing facilities manager, will operate the AHPCRC's expanded Cray
Raytheon Aircraft engineers will use the CRAY
J916 system as they do their current Cray
system to run in-depth aerodynamic analyses of new and existing aircraft designs.
is a registered trademark, and Cray
XD1 is a trademark, of Cray
CONTACT: Charles Breckenridge, executive VP of Marketing, or William Skolout, CFO, or Terry Willkom, president, all of Cray
It was an NEC SX-5 system, which Cray
will begin selling exclusively in North America and non-exclusively in most of the rest of the world, along with our own Cray
SV1ex product and future Cray
Since its founding in 1972, Cray
had dominated the supercomputer industry and was the U.
presentation will be available to the public via live audio webcast.
has announced that overall customer-reported scores for the Cray
X1 supercomputer system were the best for any high-performance computing (HPC) system on the new HPC Challenge benchmark tests co-sponsored by the DARPA HPCS (High Productivity Computing Systems) program, the U.