The Cheyenne supercomputer can perform three times more scientific computing than Yellowstone, and it is three times more energy efficient.
Scientists at the 2016 American Geophysical Union conference described successes and advancements in their research that were made possible through Yellowstone and similar resources.
Dave Hart manages the allocations process for CISL’s HPC systems, and he is also Director of the XSEDE Resource Allocations Service. He works to ensure that HPC resources are shared equitably.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research’s (NCAR) new supercomputer, Cheyenne, has completed acceptance testing, and is set to begin production operations in January 2017.
Learn more about the Cheyenne supercomputer, timelines for installation and deployment, and how to gain access to the system (staff only).