Hewlett Packard Enterprise Selected to Build Australia’s Most Powerful Supercomputer for Advancing Scientific Research at Pawsey Supercomputing Centre - Seite 2
The new system will have a speed performance of 50 petaflops, making it one of the largest supercomputers in the region.2 It will replace Pawsey’s Magnus and Galaxy systems, which are based on Cray technology.
“AMD is excited to help accelerate groundbreaking scientific research with our high-performance processors in the next-generation HPE and Pawsey supercomputer,” said Forrest Norrod, senior vice president and general manager, AMD Data Center and Embedded Systems Group. “Significant new discoveries will be made at the Centre for years to come, enabled by Pawsey’s almost 50 petaflops of supercomputing capacity.”
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- 30X more compute and 10X energy efficiency compared to Pawsey’s Magnus system and calculated by Pawsey Supercomputing Centre
- Speed performance of 50 petaflops attributed to overall system performance advancements compared to Pawsey’s Magnus system