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New Supercomputer at the German Climate Computing Center is now operational
Hamburg, 13th July 2015 - Bull, the Atos brand for its technology products and software, today announced that it has completed the first installation phase of the new supercomputer “Mistral” at the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ), based on Intel® Xeon® E5-2680 v3 processors. By 2016, when the supercomputer will operate at full capacity, it will provide 50 petabytes of storage - enough to store more than 10 million feature films - and perform three quadrillion calculations per second, making it one of the most powerful and at the same time energy efficient supercomputers worldwide used only for climate simulations.
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The world’s largest archive for climate simulation data is located in Hamburg
Hamburg, May, 8th, 2015: DKRZ supported by IBM manages up to 500 Petabyte of climate data
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DKRZ and BULL sign the contract for HLRE-3
DKRZ chooses Bull for its first Petaflops-scale supercomputer and for cooperation on climate research in Germany, as part of an initial contract worth 26 million euro
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From the Past into the Future: New Climate Simulations for Science and Society
Hamburg, February 23, 2012 - Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M) and the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ) have carried out new climate simulations using MPI-M's new climate model. The results indicate that the two-degree target could still be achieved if carbon dioxide emissions would be reduced significantly. Within an international model intercomparison project, researchers were able to simulate the complex carbon cycle as well as vegetation dynamics in climate projections for the 21st century. In case of an increase in CO2 emissions the simulations suggest not only an increase in temperature but also a rapid progression of ocean acidification. Oceanic calcifying organisms will be particularly affected. In addition to long-term projections, more detailed climate predictions spanning the next ten years were performed for the first time. The new climate scenario simulations were carried out on DKRZ's supercomputer and occupied one quarter of its total computing capacity over a period of two years.
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File PDF document Nacht des Wissens-Programmflyer für den Standort Geomatikum
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File PDF document PM_InbetriebnahmeHLRE-3_ISC15_eng
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