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Argonne’s Pete Beckman Discusses the ARGO Project

“We’re using a different technique in our operating system research. We’re looking at specialization across cores and partitioning cores as needed. So these are two different techniques and we’ll be comparing them. We’ll look at how well our idea works for exascale and they will be looking at how well their idea works for exascale.”

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We are three years away from a prototype exascale operating system.

On the heels of the ARGO announcement, we sat down with Pete Beckman, Director of the Exascale Technology and Computing Institute at Argonne National Laboratory, and a Senior Fellow at the University of Chicago’s Computation Institute.

We asked Pete to expand on the discussion of the quest for an exascale operating system.

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