Paris, 22 June 2020
Atos, a world wide chief in digital transformation, has signed a new 5-calendar year agreement with the German Local weather Computing Centre (DKRZ) to source a supercomputer centered on its most current BullSequana XH2000 technology to increase DKRZ’s computing electrical power by 5, in contrast to the at present functioning significant-performance laptop or computer “Mistral” which was supplied by Atos in 2015. The new systems will be obtainable at the DKRZ from mid-2021.
BullSequana to speed up and deliver far more specific forecasting
Just as a new, far more highly effective telescope presents far more thorough photos from place, a far more highly effective supercomputer permits for far more thorough simulations and thus further insights into weather activities. This major increase in computing electrical power will enable scientists at DKRZ to use regionally far more thorough weather and earth method types in long term, to consist