What type of data does a Supercomputer process?

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    Terraform modules to replicate a Compute Canada cluster in the cloud

    If you're a student and would like to try using a super computer, you can use Azure credits to boot up a cloud HPC instance with the help of magic-castle (https://github.com/ComputeCanada/magic_castle), which uses Compute Canada's software stack!

  • GitHub repo chapel

    a Productive Parallel Programming Language

    The blades are crazy powerful themselves, obviously. And the network interconnect is also crazy optimized. Even the OS kernels they run are heavily customized and optimized. Shit Cray even developed their own parallelization libraries (the now defunct OpenACC, if you're curious) and even whole programming languages (https://chapel-lang.org/) purpose built for HPCs.

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