Atos’ BullSequana powers the first EuroHPC supercomputer operational at IZUM in Slovenia

Lincoln Wylie

Centered on Atos’ BullSequana XH2000, the ‘Vega’ supercomputer was inaugurated at the Institute of Information and facts Science (IZUM) in Slovenia

Maribor (Slovenia), Paris (France) April 21, 2021

Atos and the Institute of Information and facts Science (IZUM) in Maribor, Slovenia, these days announce that the initial EuroHPC supercomputer is now operational. This is the ‘Vega’ supercomputer, primarily based on Atos’ BullSequana XH2000 architecture, which is now set up following a start out-up ceremony hosted by IZUM with the Key Minister of the Republic of Slovenia, Janez Janša, in attendance, collectively with the Government Vice-President of the European Commission Margrethe Vestager, the Minister of Instruction, Science and Sport Dr. Simona Kustec and the Government Director of EuroHPC Joint Endeavor Anders Dam Jensen.

Vega, the most significant supercomputer in the state, is primarily based at IZUM, a general public infrastructural institution and research organization established by the Federal government of

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