Networking for Exascale Science The Department of Energy’s Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) participated in developing the final findings and recommendations for DOE’s exascale requirements synthesis report as part of the exascale requirements reviews held with DOE program offices. To support the increased flow and size of research data sets, ESnet and NERSC built a 400 gigabit-per-second […]
Paving the Way to Exascale
Berkeley Lab has long been at the forefront of preparing for the exascale revolution. Projects like DesignForward and CAL helped pave the way for today's exascale research and breakthroughs.
CAL The Computer Architecture Laboratory (CAL) was a joint NNSA/SC activity involving Sandia National Laboratories (CAL-Sandia) and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (CAL-Berkeley). CAL teams explored energy efficient and effective processor and memory architecture in preparation for exascale and provided design space exploration for industry collaborations FastForward and DesignForward vendor partner programs described above. « Previous| Next »
Combustion Co-design Berkeley Lab was a key member of the Combustion Co-Design Center (ExaCT). The work represented a collaboration between applied mathematicians and computational scientists who have developed the Low Mach number combustion code (LMC), and computer scientists focused on performance optimization through auto-tuning and DSLs, performance modeling, and architectural simulation. « Previous| Next »