A partnership among the National Science Foundation (NSF) and 17 institutions, including the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), today announced the debut of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), the most advanced and powerful collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services in the world.
The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin today will dedicate Lonestar 4, its newest supercomputer, as part of the advanced computing arsenal for the state of Texas and the nation.
Event: University of Texas at Austin President William Powers Jr., Michael Dell, Dr. Jay Boisseau and Dr. Karl Schulz will dedicate Lonestar 4, the newest supercomputer at The University of Texas at Austin. The National Science Foundation (NSF), The University of Texas at Austin, The University of Texas System, the UT Institute for Computational Engineering… » Continue Reading
Longhorn, the largest hardware-accelerated interactive visualization cluster in the world located at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), is providing researchers with unprecedented visualization capabilities and enabling them to effectively analyze ever-growing volumes of data.
The National Science Foundation (NSF), The University of Texas at Austin, and multiple partners have committed $9 million to the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) to acquire a new Lonestar system that is expected to support more than 1,000 research projects in science and engineering over three years. William Powers Jr., president of The University… » Continue Reading
The Ranger supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) today celebrates two years of enabling groundbreaking computational science as a leading system for researchers in Texas and across the nation via the National Science Foundation's (NSF) TeraGrid initiative.
The Ranger supercomputer, one of the most powerful systems in the world for open science research, has run about 1.1 million jobs in under two years.
"Corral," a system for data-intensive computing and storage, is the newest resource to be deployed by the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) at The University of Texas at Austin.
Ranger, a key resource on the National Science Foundation’s TeraGrid and the most powerful academic system in the world, is now even more attractive to researchers who depend on it to do advanced scientific analysis. With the integration of Spur, they now have the ability to visualize their data immediately.
The "Ranger" supercomputer, funded by the National Science Foundation Office of Cyberinfrastructure as the first of the new Track2 HPC acquisitions, is scheduled to be in full production at the Texas Advanced Computer Center (TACC) in January 2008.