Images: Intel Xeon Scalable Processors Drive Advanced Research in World’s Fastest Academic Supercomputer

  • Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of
  • Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of
  • Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of
  • Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of
  • Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of
  • TACC Frontera Dedication
  • Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of

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Photo 1: Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin, the National Science Foundation, Dell Technologies and other science and technology partners unveil Frontera, the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest in academia, on Sept. 3, 2019. Built with 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory, it will enable breakthrough research. (Credit: Texas Advanced Computing Center)

Photo 2: Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin, the National Science Foundation, Dell Technologies and other science and technology partners unveil Frontera, the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest in academia, on Sept. 3, 2019. Built with 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory, it will enable breakthrough research. (Credit: Texas Advanced Computing Center)

Photo 3: Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin, the National Science Foundation, Dell Technologies and other science and technology partners unveil Frontera, the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest in academia, on Sept. 3, 2019. Built with 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory, it will enable breakthrough research. (Credit: Texas Advanced Computing Center)

Photo 4: Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin, the National Science Foundation, Dell Technologies and other science and technology partners unveil Frontera, the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest in academia, on Sept. 3, 2019. Built with 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory, it will enable breakthrough research. (Credit: Texas Advanced Computing Center)

Photo 5: Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin, the National Science Foundation, Dell Technologies and other science and technology partners unveil Frontera, the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest in academia, on Sept. 3, 2019. Built with 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory, it will enable breakthrough research. (Credit: Texas Advanced Computing Center)

Photo 6: Thierry Pellegrino (from left), Dell vice president of Business Strategy & HPC solutions, Dan Stanzione, executive director of the Texas Advanced Computing Center, and Trish Damkroger, Intel vice president and general manager of the Extreme Computing Organization, display a plaque commemorating Frontera on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019. The supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin will enable breakthrough research across a number of fields. (Credit: Texas Advanced Computing Center)

Photo 7: Intel, the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin, the National Science Foundation, Dell Technologies and other science and technology partners unveil Frontera, the fifth most powerful supercomputer in the world and the fastest in academia, on Sept. 3, 2019. Built with 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory, it will enable breakthrough research. (Credit: Texas Advanced Computing Center)

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