Cray Solutions for Higher Education
High performance computing is an essential research tool in academia today. Whether it’s social science or quantum physics, Cray systems help advance scientific inquiry in the halls of higher learning.
From teaching the next generation of scientists to making tomorrow’s groundbreaking discoveries, academia uses high performance computing for a wide array of disciplines. Cray supports these varied endeavors with powerful, cost-effective solutions with the easy configurability to meet any computational need.
The Cray XC30 and Cray XK7 systems offer academic users needed flexibility and power with Cray's renowned scalability, adaptive architectures and commitment to open standards in software. The capacity-oriented Cray CS300-LC and Cray CS300-LC cluster supercomputers offer high performance and maximum configuration flexibility. The Cray Sonexion provides integrated, reliable and modular scale-out Lustre storage that maximizes file system performance and scalability at any size. And the Urika graph analytics appliance transforms Big Data problems into meaningful information.
Leading academic institutions worldwide such as the University of Kyoto, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, University of Illinois and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council have selected Cray solutions of every size and type from technical enterprise to leadership class computing and storage systems. Browse the resources below to meet our systems and see what our academic customers are achieving with their Crays.
GPUs and the Science of Smooth Ice Cream (University of Edinburgh)
ORNL and Purdue Explore Technology at the Nanoscale (Purdue University)
Predicting the Impact of Large Magnitude Earthquakes (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
Powerful Supercomputing at Economical Prices (University of Stuttgart)
NCSA Access: Blue Waters (University of Illinois)