Push the boundaries of supercomputing with Cray
Since Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) purchased the first Cray-1 supercomputer in 1976, government and defense agencies have continuously pushed the boundaries of supercomputing – they’ve broken the teraflops and petaflops barriers and are poised to reach exaflops by the end of the decade.
These agencies, both in the U.S. and worldwide, operate some of the largest, most advanced computing facilities in the world. Cray's scalable and innovative computing and storage architectures have been key enablers in their push for ever-faster, more capable supercomputing.
Today, Cray systems are operating at renowned facilities including LANL and several other U.S. Department of Energy laboratories, the National Nuclear Security Administration and Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in Australia. Strategically important to national and industrial competitiveness, these facilities are working with Cray to continuously push the boundaries of supercomputing.