IU Dedicates Big Red II - Its New Supercomputer

IU Dedicates Big Red II - Its New Supercomputer

Indiana University recently dedicated Big Red II, a new supercomputer which is the fastest university-owned supercomputer in the nation.

Indiana University (IU) recently dedicated a new supercomputer called Big Red II. The fastest university-owned supercomputer in the United States, capable of performing one quadrillion floating-point operations per second (1 petaflop), Big Red II uses Cray XE/XK technology, has 676 XK nodes (each containing one AMD "Interlagos" processor and one NVIDIA "Kepler" GPU), and has 344 XE nodes (each containing two AMD "Abu Dhabi" processors). In this 1:26 minute video, WTIU's Noelle Visser reports on IU's new supercomputer and the benefits it will bring to the university.

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