Interview: Jason Stowe on Cycle Computing’s World Record

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In this video from The Cube at AWS Re:Invent, Jason Stowe from Cycle Computing discusses how the company is breaking records of scale using Cloud HPC on the Amazon Cloud.

Great Scott, we’re going to need a lot of compute! For this big workload, a 156,314-core CycleCloud behemoth spanning 8 AWS regions, totaling 1.21 petaFLOPS (RPeak, not RMax) of aggregate compute power, to simulate 205,000 materials, crunched 264 compute years in only 18 hours.

How’s this for a bumper sticker?


Learn more at the Cycle Computing Blog or check out our recent Rich Report Slidecast.