Preparing Applications for Aurora in the Exascale Era

October 6th, 2022 | | 37:15
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Intel, HPE, and Argonne National Lab are collaborating closely to deliver Aurora. Built on Intel’s architecture, Aurora will be Argonne’s first Exascale, high performance computing system. Its performance is expected to exceed exaflops, which is 2 billion billion calculations per second. It’s enormous scale and performance levels will accelerate research in science and engineering fields at a scale that is not possible today.

ACLF – Aurora:
DOE Leadership Project:
Intel oneAPI:
Intel oneAPI Toolkits:
Intel oneAPI HPC Toolkit:
Exascale Computing Project website:
Aurora Early Science Program:
ALCF Aurora:
Preparing for science in the Exascale article:
Argonne National Lab’s Aurora Exascale System:
Intel and Argonne Developers Carve Path Toward?Exascale:
Introducing the Aurora Supercomputer – Powered by Intel:

Scott Parker, Team Lead, Performance Engineering at ALCF
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Michael D’mello, Program Manager, Intel
Michael D’mello –

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