Images: US Department of Energy and Intel to Deliver First Exascale Supercomputer

  • From left: Argonne National Laboratory Director Paul Kearns, Uni
  • U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry (left) and Intel CEO Bob Swa
  • U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry (left) and Intel CEO Bob Swa
  • Intel will deliver the Aurora supercomputer, the United States

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Photo 1: From left: Argonne National Laboratory Director Paul Kearns, University of Chicago President Robert Zimmer, U.S. Rep. Daniel Lipinski, U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry, Intel CEO Bob Swan, and Cray CEO Peter Ungaro are shown Monday, March 18, 2019, in Chicago at an announcement regarding the “Aurora” supercomputer. Intel will deliver the United States’ first exascale system to Argonne National Laboratory in 2021. (Credit: Argonne National Laboratory)

Photo 2: U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry (left) and Intel CEO Bob Swan are shown Monday, March 18, 2019, in Chicago at an announcement regarding the “Aurora” supercomputer. Intel will deliver the United States’ first exascale system to Argonne National Laboratory in 2021. (Credit: Argonne National Laboratory)

Photo 3: U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry (left) and Intel CEO Bob Swan are shown Monday, March 18, 2019, in Chicago at an announcement regarding the “Aurora” supercomputer. Intel will deliver the United States’ first exascale system to Argonne National Laboratory in 2021. (Credit: Argonne National Laboratory)

Photo 4: Intel will deliver the Aurora supercomputer, the United States’ first exascale system, to Argonne National Laboratory in 2021. Aurora will incorporate a future Intel Xeon Scalable processor, Intel Optane DC Persistent memory, Intel’s Xe compute architecture and Intel OneAPI programming framework — all anchored to Intel’s six key pillars of innovation. (Credit: Argonne National Laboratory)

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