AI News, Oak Ridge Unveils 20-Petaflop ‘Titan’ Supercomputer

Oak Ridge Unveils 20-Petaflop ‘Titan’ Supercomputer

Partially overshadowed by the dislocations of Hurricane Sandy was Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s unveiling of its Titan supercomputer, a 20-petaflop Cray XK7 that will crunch massive numbers to run simulations in materials science, combustion, and, appropriately, climate change.

“Combining GPUs and CPUS in a single system requires less power than CPUs alone, and is a responsible move towards lowering our carbon footprint,” said ORNL associate director Jeff Nichols in the debut announcement.

Announcing supercomputer Summit

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A REAL 64 Core CPU - For SCIENCE!

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World's Fastest Super Computer Tianhe 2 vs titan

China's Tianhe-2 is now the world's fastest super computer, with speeds reaching up to 30.65 petaflops (full capacity - 54.9 petaflops); 74 percent faster than the current record holder Cray...

Cray Wins Contract from ORNL for Titan Supercomputer

Cray wins contract from ORNL for Titan supercomputer The U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has awarded a contract to Cray Inc. to increase the Jaguar supercomputer's...

Nvidia's Path to Exascale

In this video from the Nvidia Theater at SC14, Bill Dally presents: Nvidia's Path to Exascale. "Future computers of all sizes from cell phones to supercomputers share challenges of power...

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