No bull: Texas Advanced Computing Center ‘Stampedes’ to 10 PFLOPS

Lots of cores, some CPU and some GPU… wish we knew.

Jon Peddie

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) announced Stampede3, a high-performance supercomputer by Dell and Intel. This system will advance open science research in the US, building on the success of Stampede and Stampede2, supporting NSF’s Access scientific supercomputing ecosystem. With a $10 million NSF award, Stampede3 will launch in early 2024, empowering thousands of researchers with its 4 PFLOPS capability, AI subsystem, and Omni-Path Fabric 400Gb/s technology. It will integrate Intel Max series GPUs and offer 1,858 compute nodes, over 140,000 cores, and 13PB of new storage. Stampede3 will serve the open science community until 2029. (Source: UT) The Texas

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