Over at VizWorld, Dean Meyers writes that the new Maverick system at TACC is a unique, powerful, high performance visualization and data analytics resource for the open science and engineering community.
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Researchers are using TACC supercomputers to design next-generation of offshore floating platforms. “Technip has one of the largest computer clusters among engineering companies, but the simulations would take weeks to complete, said Jang Kim, Chief Technical Advisor at Technip. “Stampede has allowed us to run simulations in one day or even overnight. We are then able to get these safer designs out into use faster.”
TACC has announced that the center’s new Rodeo cloud computing offering is available for researchers that need large-scale resources, but prefer a virtualized, on-demand environment.
This week TACC announced that they will deploy Maverick in January 2014, a unique, powerful, high performance visualization and data analytics resource.
This week the Texas Advanced Computing Center announced plans to test pilot the Toopher Invisible Multifactor Authentication technology for secure access in TACC’s supercomputing environment.
Researchers are using TACC supercomputers for surgical simulations that could save lives.
The Corral large-scale data repository at the Texas Advanced Computing Center now hosts 100 unique scientific research collections. From measurements of Earth’s gravity field to whale songs to mass spectrometry data, Corral’s usage is growing at 10% per month with over one petabyte of data and counting.