Stampede: A Legacy of Open Science

NSF flagship systems move toward 19 years of large-scale computing impact

Game Night

In Darpa Project, humans and AI bots engage in alliances and betrayals

Sights & Stories

Alaska water access improvements through language processing

Vista: A Bridge to Horizon

TACC introduces AI-focused supercomputer with an eye on future systems

AI Tools for Natural Hazards Research

Q&A with Geotechnical Engineer Krishna Kumar

Texascale Days

A win-win for researchers and TACC

Letter from the Director

TACC Executive Director Dan Stanzione reflects on past year and new developments

A Powerful Vision: 50 Years of the Oden Institute

J. Tinsley Oden reflects on Institute’s 50th anniversary, early formation, and relationship with TACC

Data Movement Beyond Networks

Jennifer Schopf joins TACC as Director of Network Partnerships with the goal to expand support for researchers

Arecibo Observatory

Preserving more than half a century of valuable data

Cosmic Noon

Frontera enables researchers to find double quasar in early universe

Finding Faults

The complex dynamics of multi-fault earthquake systems

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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