Super Computers are not dead yet, they actually become less proprietary says Super Computer pioneer Cray.
Cray supercomputers will combine standard microprocessors (scalar processing), vector processing, multithreading and hardware accelerators in one high-performance computing (HPC) platform that uses the industry-standard Linux operating system. Powerful compilers and other software will automatically match an application to the processor blade that is best suited for it. The first phase, code-named "Rainier," will create an integrated user environment across all of Cray's platforms. The second phase will result in a fully integrated multi-architecture system, and the final phase will see the development of Cray systems that incorporate dynamic resource allocation using software that automates adaptive supercomputing.
Find all the details in this Cray press-release.
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