ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY

U.S. Department of Energy and HPE to provide Argonne National Laboratory with Aurora, the nation’s first exascale supercomputer.

Aurora

Coming in 2021, Aurora is a Cray® Shasta™ supercomputer with additional compute and accelerator infrastructure provided by Intel. But what it will do extends far beyond what it is. The most advanced supercomputer ever, Aurora will power scientific and engineering advancements in every field of inquiry beyond anything so far imaginable. 

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WHAT'S HAPPENING

ALCF and HPE expand HPC storage capacity for exascale

Argonne Leadership Computing Facility advances capabilities ahead of its upcoming Aurora exascale system.

WHAT'S HAPPENING

ALCF and HPE expand HPC storage capacity for exascale

Argonne Leadership Computing Facility advances capabilities ahead of its upcoming Aurora exascale system.
Amazing goal

Prof. Rick Stevens with Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) is using deep learning to help move science closer to curing cancer.

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A quintillion reasons to celebrate

Converged Workloads, System Diversity Characterize Exascale Era

Aurora, Argonne’s exascale supercomputer, will support the advancement of science for years to come. Cray CEO Pete Ungaro talks about what brings us to this point in history, what makes exascale performance possible, and why we’re going to need it.