Wrangler Supercomputer Speeds Through Big Data

March 11, 2016

Like the old Western cowboys who tamed wild horses, Wrangler tames beasts of big data, such as computing problems that involve analyzing thousands of files that need to be quickly opened, examined and cross-correlated. Read more…

By Jorge Salazar, Science Writer, TACC

XSEDE Panel Highlights Diversity of NSF Computing Resources

July 31, 2015

A plenary panel at the XSEDE15 conference, which took place this week in St. Louis, Mo., highlighted the broad spectrum of computing resources provided by the N Read more…

By Trish Barker, Assistant Director for Public Affairs at NCSA

Wrangler and Comet Reflect Changing NSF Priorities

May 4, 2015

"Early operations mode" describes the status of two NSF-funded systems that are on track to support a wider range of user than is traditionally served by el Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

Why TACC’s New Data ‘Wrangler’ Is a Big Deal

April 30, 2015

While there's been a lot of activity around the coming crop of "exascale-relevant" supercomputers, the HPC landscape is also shifting to become more data-awar Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

TACC’s New Director Shares Strategy, System Futures

July 3, 2014

Each of the national labs and supercomputing sites have defining characteristics or “personalities” that are most often driven by the user communities that Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

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