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Welcome Tokyo Tech Virtual Booth at SC21!

SC21 will be held in St. Louis this year, but Tokyo Tech decided not to send personnel there due to the difficulty of overseas business trips under the Covid-19 pandemic. Only an unattended poster booth (#1915) awaits you in St. Louis.

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Tokyo Tech has started the operation of brand-new TSUBAME3.0 supercomputer, which got world No. 1 in the Green500 in June 2017. It provides the peak performance of 12PFlops with 2,160 NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs. Not only as a "post-peta" supercomputer, it has been designed as a "big-data" supercomputer with 16PB shared storage and high-speed NVMe Flash SSDs, whose total performance exceeds 1PB in capacity and 1TB/s in access speed. We will demonstrate a TSUBAME3.0 compute node, in addition to R&D efforts including big-data architecture and software, ultra-green cloud system operation, advanced cooling and post-petascale applications.

SC21: The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis
Tutorials: Nov. 14 - 15, 2021
Workshops: Nov. 14 - 19, 2021
Program: Nov. 14 - 19, 2021
Exhibits: Nov. 15 - 18, 2021


The TSUBAME e-science journal showcases many exciting ongoing projects from a wide range of disciplines. In the latest issue Vol.16 published in 13th Nov, we focus on the TSUBAME3.0 and GPU applications including Machine-Learning. 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.