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Catalyst Supercomputer at Livermore Open for Big Data Innovation

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“The increased storage capacity of the system (in both volatile and nonvolatile memory) represents the major departure from classic simulation-based computing architectures common at DOE laboratories and opens new opportunities for exploring the potential of combining floating point focused capability with data analysis in one environment. The machine’s expanded DRAM and fast, persistent NVRAM are well suited to a broad range of big data problems including bioinformatics, business analytics, machine learning and natural language processing.”