NERSC

AcronymDefinition
NERSCNational Energy Research Scientific Computing Center
NERSCNansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center (Bergen, Norway)
NERSCNational Energy Research Supercomputer Center (now National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center)
NERSCNorth East Regional Smartcard Consortium (UK)
NERSCNew England Resident Service Coordinators (various locations)
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Part of the novelty of this project is the use of the NERSC computer cluster to run large-scale data assimilation problems," said Wu.
The system will provide over two petaflops of peak performance for NERSC.
The acceptance test included a 14-day availability test during which a select group of NERSC users were given full access to the Jacquard cluster to thoroughly test the entire system in production operation.
The 400G network will provide NERSC with uninterrupted connectivity during its transition to a new site located on the main campus of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California.
The NERSC announcement highlights IBM's dominance of The TOP500 List(1), published today by researchers at the University of Tennessee and the University of Mannheim in Germany.
One NERSC researcher has reported doing a calculation in 18 minutes using FeffMPI on the NERSC IBM SP2 cluster that would have taken 10 hours before.
NERSC will work with IBM to develop computer benchmarks to measure the effectiveness of the SP in production environments.
Examples of customers in the research sector are Deltares, SINTEF, NTNU and NERSC.
About NERSC and Berkeley Lab The National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) is the primary high-performance computing facility for scientific research sponsored by the U.
For example, NERSC will be building Cori, a new Intel Knights Landing supercomputer that will be operational in mid-2016.
Additionally, NERSC has the option to purchase solid state storage integrated in the Cray XC supercomputer for extremely high performance burst IO.
The "Top500 Supercomputing Sites" list is compiled and published by Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee; Hans Meuer, University of Mannheim (Germany); and Erich Strohmaier and Horst Simon from the NERSC organization at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.