NOAA orders AMD-powered supercomputers with 327,680 Zen 2 cores, 1.3 petabytes of memory - techbrinks

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Thursday, 27 February 2020

NOAA orders AMD-powered supercomputers with 327,680 Zen 2 cores, 1.3 petabytes of memory


The new systems will triple the weather forecasting agency’s operational supercomputing capacity. Each identical Cray Shasta machine features 2,560 dual-socket nodes—housed in 10 cabinets—powered by second-gen AMD Epyc Rome 64-core 7742 processors, connected by Cray’s Slingshot network. That equals 327,680 Zen 2 cores for the clusters.

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