The EuroHPC JU releases report on its supercomputers
The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking has published a report presenting the technical details of its supercomputers under deployment or currently operational.
The report provides a snapshot of the systems’ status as of September 2021 and is intended to be updated periodically following the evolution of systems deployment and availability.
The document is split into two parts: the first part (Section 1) offers an overview of the systems, summarising their main characteristics and performance, in terms of peak and sustained Linpack performance, and key architecture details. In the second part (Sections 2 and 3), each system’s architectures, technologies, and the target applications are presented in detail, along with the benchmarks used during the procurement process.
Read the full report: EuroHPC Systems Report - September 2021
The EuroHPC Joint Undertaking is a joint initiative between the European Union, European countries, and private partners. The goal of the JU is to coordinate the efforts and pool resources of its members with the objective to deploy a world-class exascale-level supercomputing infrastructure in Europe and develop innovative supercomputing technologies and applications. The JU was established in 2018 and one of the first goals was the procurement of a number of world-class supercomputing systems that would significantly increase the overall computing capacity in the EU.