Aurora: Next-generation supercomputing
Aurora is the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility’s next big advancement in supercomputing. Designed in collaboration with industry leaders Intel and Cray and operated in support of open science as part of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Leadership Computing Facility, Aurora is a next-generation system for computational science and engineering.
The Leadership Computing Facility has been driving the evolution of supercomputing for over a decade. Its most important function is to align leadership systems with the needs and goals of breakthrough science projects. Aurora will deliver the system capabilities that our users require to expand their investigations in both scale and scope.
Michael E. Papka, Director of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
Aurora exists for the exclusive use of the scientific and engineering research community—a global and growing community whose unbounded curiosity drives the breakthroughs that benefit humanity the most. From finding alternative energy sources to treating diseases to developing high-tech materials—the research done on leadership-class machines yields the world’s biggest technological advancements.
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