ALCF's Scott Parker and Intel's Michael D'Mello discuss the collaborative efforts underway to prepare scientific applications for Argonne's Aurora exascale supercomputer.
Intel, HPE, and the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory are collaborating closely to deliver Aurora. Built on Intel’s architecture, Aurora will be Argonne’s first exascale supercomputer. Its enormous scale and performance levels will accelerate research in science and engineering fields at a scale that is not possible today.
In this episode of Intel's Code Together podcast, ALCF's Scott Parker and Intel's Michael D'Mello discuss the massive collaborative efforts underway to prepare scientific computing applications for Aurora. Listen here: