Indiana University Debuts Big Red 200 Supercomputer

Indiana University Debuts Big Red 200 Supercomputer

Indiana University debuted their latest education supercomputer, Big Red 200, earlier this week. It replaces the previous supercomputer called Big Red 2. This Cray Shasta system boasts 5.9 Petaflops running on AMD EPYC Gen2 processors. The massive machine is focused on AI development, particularly in the medical and environmental science fields. Big Red 200 is about six times faster than its predecessor.

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