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Visit Tokyo Tech Booth #2213 at SC15!

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The Tokyo Tech Booth, #2213, will showcase the latest results form TSUBAME2.5 as well as ongoing research towards TSUBAME3.0 and beyond to exascale. Tokyo Tech's TSUBAME2.5 is an upgrade to TSUBAME2.0, that was ranked 4th on the Top500 in Nov. 2010 and awarded the "Greenest Production Supercomputer in the World" from the Green500. By replacing all the 4000+ GPUs with the NVIDIA Tesla K20x, TSUBAME2.5 performance is now boosted to 5.76 Petaflops peak in double precision FP, and moreover, 17 Petaflops peak in single precision FP, making it the fastest supercomputer in Japan for that metric. We are also aggressively pursuing various R&D towards TSUBAME3.0 to be deployed late 2016, and in particular TSUBAME-KFC, our prototype for advanced cooling and low power supercomputing, should be very competitive in the Nov. 2013 Green500 rankings.
Visit Tokyo Tech's booth to find out new innovations to exascale!

+ SC15 : The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
+ Conference Dates : Nov. 15 - 20, 2015
+ Exhibition Dates : Nov. 16 - 19, 2015

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Tokyo Tech's TSUBAME2.5 is an upgrade to TSUBAME2.0, that was ranked 4th on the Top500 in Nov. 2010. By replacing all the 4224 GPUs with the NVIDIA Tesla K20X, TSUBAME2.5 performance is boosted to 5.76 Petaflops peak in double precision FP. We are also aggressively pursuing various R&D towards TSUBAME3.0 to be deployed in 2016. In particular TSUBAME-KFC, our prototype for advanced cooling and low power supercomputing, was ranked No.1 both on Green500 and GreenGraph500 rankings in Nov. 2013. We will also exhibit a new working prototype, Golden Box, using embedded ultra low power GPUs cooled by liquid submersion. Visit the booth to find out!

TSUBAME ESJ

The TSUBAME e-science journal showcases many exciting ongoing projects from a wide range of disciplines. In the latest issue Vol.13 published in 10th Mar, we focus on the multi-GPU computation and large-scale parallel computations. The researchers have been able to achieve astounding breakthroughs and gain new insight into today's most challenging HPC problems, all made possible by the power of TSUBAME.

 

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