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Announcing Vista, TACC’s new AI-focused supercomputer
Vista will be a bridge to Horizon, the forthcoming system that will serve as the flagship of the NSF-funded Leadership Class Computing Facility (LCCF) planned for 2025.
Vista marks a departure from the x86-based architecture used in previous TACC systems. The new system is based on the energy-efficient NVIDIA “Grace” Superchip, the ARM-based processor designed for the needs of AI and scientific computing. The technology is named in honor of the pioneering computer scientist and U.S. Navy rear admiral Grace Hopper.
In addition, TACC has partnered with VAST Data to supply the file system with all-flash, high performance storage linked to Stampede3.
Learn more in the magazine: Vista: A Bridge to Horizon.
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