Building Bridges to the Future

In this special guest feature, Nick Nystrom from the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center writes that the new Bridges supercomputer at PSC is tailor-made for High Performance Data Analytics. Nick Nystrom, Senior Director of Research at PSC The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) recently added Bridges to its lineup of world-class supercomputers. Bridges is designed for uniquely flexible, interoperating capabilities to empower research communities that previously have not used HPC and enable new data-driven insights. It also provides exceptional performance to traditional HPC users. It converges the best of High Performance Computing (HPC), High Performance Data Analytics (HPDA), machine learning, visualization, Web services, and community gateways in a single architecture. The acquisition was funded by a $9.65 million National Science Foundation (NSF) award with the design target to enable analyses of vast data sets…


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