Cheyenne Supercomputer Makes Its Debut

The National Center for Atmospheric Research’s new supercomputer, Cheyenne, began production operations this month, making its debut as the 20th fastest supercomputer in the world. It will allow researchers to tackle challenging problems by running sophisticated models at higher resolutions and is three times more powerful than its predecessor, Yellowstone.

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Supercomputing: 40 Years of Exponential Growth by Teri Eastburn

40 years ago, the world's first supercomputer arrived at the NCAR Mesa Laboratory boasting more memory and speed (80 million calculations per second) than any other computer in the world. 40 years and many supercomputers later, Cheyenne makes its debut at number 20 on the Supercomputing 500 List.

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Computational Modeling Resources in the UCARConnect Educational Library

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