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Titan is a hybrid-architecture Cray® XK7™ system with a theoretical peak performance exceeding 27,000 trillion calculations per second (27 petaflops).
A conduit for large-scale scientific discovery by pre- and post-processing and analysis of simulation data.
Eos, a 736-node Cray® XC30™, provides a space for tool and application porting, small scale jobs to prepare capability runs on Titan, as well as software generation, verification, and optimization.
ARM1 is a single rack experimental cluster with 16 compute nodes and 80TB of in-rack storage. Compute nodes are based on the 64-bit ARM architecture instead of traditional x86-based architecture.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is managed by UT-Battelle for the US Department of Energy.
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