Leading national weather services and earth system research centers choose Cray
High-resolution numerical weather prediction and earth system climate modeling are grand challenge problems requiring enormous computational power. Meteorological forecasting services need to run comprehensive global and high resolution regional numerical weather prediction forecasting suites within operational time constraints, especially in the case of severe weather events. Climate research centers need to support large long-running global climate simulations within a multi-disciplinary environment with rigorous reproducibility requirements. It’s why leading national weather services and earth system research centers such as the Deutscher Wetterdienst, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology, Korea Meteorological Administration, Met Office, MeteoSwiss and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration choose Cray.
Cray’s robust computing, storage and data analytics solutions are designed to handle the earth science community’s biggest challenges. Our expertise in architecting, optimizing and supporting large-scale environments provides weather organizations with the ability to provide reliable, on-time delivery of forecasting guidance with greater certainty and detail at the earliest stages of operation.
Balanced, high performance capability computing systems such as the Cray® XC™ series massively parallel supercomputer deliver climate and weather results in the shortest time possible while also allowing users to investigate increasingly complex phenomena. The capacity-oriented Cray® CS™ series cluster supercomputers offer high performance and maximum configuration flexibility. Cray scalable storage solutions provide integrated, reliable and modular scale-out Lustre® storage to maximize file system performance and scalability at any size. And as the need to exploit big data heightens, the Urika® family of analytics appliances transforms big data problems into meaningful information.