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Title: Deploying Darter A Cray XC30 System

TheUniversityofTennessee,KnoxvilleacquiredaCrayXC30 supercomputer, called Darter, with a peak performance of 248.9 Ter- aflops. Darter was deployed in late March of 2013 with a very aggressive production timeline - the system was deployed, accepted, and placed into production in only 2 weeks. The Spring Experiment for the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS) largely drove the accelerated timeline, as the experiment was scheduled to start in mid-April. The Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors (CASL) project also needed access and was able to meet their tight deadlines on the newly acquired XC30. Darter s accelerated deployment and op- erations schedule resulted in substantial scientific impacts within the re- search community as well as immediate real-world impacts such as early severe tornado warnings
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Conference: International Supercomputing Conference 2014, Leipzig, Germany, 20140623, 20140626
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Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL); Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS)
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ME USDOE - Office of Management, Budget, and Evaluation; ORNL work for others
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United States