June 2, 2013
With help from a draft report from Jack Dongarra of the University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, who also spearheads the process of verifying the top of the pack super, we are able to share the full processor, Xeon Phi coprocessor, custom interconnect, storage and memory, as well as power and cooling information. The supercomputer out of China will be... Read more…
May 29, 2013
We have some new details that filtered in with some credible community input through the night about China's 50+ petaflop system. We have been able to confirm a number of the points of speculation and rumor, including the vendor, the exact Linpack results, the location of the system, and the fact that it is a MIC.... Read more…
Between 2012 and 2022, CoreHive Computing collaborated with IBM in upgrading the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Weather and Climate Operational Supercomputing System (WCOSS). Among the most powerful high-performance computing (HPC) systems in the world, WCOSS plays a vital role in providing forecasts, watches, warnings, and sharing data for public and international use.
The upgraded system seamlessly integrated IBM and Cray supercomputing systems using Spectrum Scale, resulting in a computational speed of 8.4 petaflops. The new system empowers NOAA to process larger data volumes and generate higher-resolution weather models, resulting in more precise forecasts and enhanced support services to communities worldwide. By successfully meeting the stringent performance requirements of the WCOSS contract, CoreHive Computing demonstrated its expertise in delivering and supporting HPC systems.
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