Tag: Trinity

Los Alamos Offers First Look at Trinity’s Warm Water Cooling

Feb 17, 2015 |

At the level of leadership supercomputing, system planning and procurement is generally a multi-year process. The excitement that surrounded the initial announcement can wane, but it always comes back when it’s time to start putting the system together. For the Trinity supercomputer, which has been on the Department of Energy’s roadmap since 2013, the proof of this progress is Read more…

Los Alamos Lead Shares ‘Trinity’ Feeds and Speeds

Jul 10, 2014 |

We’ve been anticipating news around the Trinity supercomputer for some time now and today were graced with the news that Cray will be supplying the machine in two phases with the final phase being complete in 2016. For the original background, the first run of the story can be found here. Since that time this Read more…

First Details Emerge from Cray on Trinity Supercomputer

Jul 10, 2014 |

Note – 7:32 p.m. Eastern: We have full details from Los Alamos about the system in a detailed update article. Cray has been granted one of the largest awards in its history for the long-awaited “Trinity” supercomputer. This morning the company announced a $174 million deal to provide the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) with Read more…

Burst Buffers Flash Exascale Potential

May 1, 2014 |

For any large-scale datacenter, be it a scientific supercomputer or hyperscale web farm, the constant battles of “defensive I/O” and “offensive I/O” take their toll on overall efficiency and productivity. From checkpointing to pushing performance on long-running applications, one set of technologies is pushing its way onto the frontlines. The “burst buffer” concept, as Los Read more…

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