HIGHLIGHTS

New Era of Discovery and Innovation

News from the Exascale Era





Frontier's record-breaking performance will ensure our country's ability to lead the world in science that improves the lives and economic prosperity of all Americans and the entire world. Frontier will accelerate innovation in AI by giving American researchers world-class data and computing resources to ensure the next great inventions are made in the United States.

—Rick Perry, U.S. Secretary of Energy

Forbes

Oak Ridge National Labs Takes The Supercomputing Crown Using Cray and AMD

The Verge

World’s fastest supercomputer will be built by AMD and Cray for US government

Engadget: AMD and Cray are building the world's most powerful supercomputer

Knox News

New supercomputer with mind-blowing speed is coming to ORNL

HPCWire

Cray, AMD to Extend DOE’s Exascale Frontier

Engadget

AMD and Cray are building the 'world's most powerful supercomputer'

It seems fitting that America's first exascale supercomputer, the country's initial entrant in the global exascale race, is a Cray, a name synonymous with the word supercomputer.

—Steve Conway, Hyperion Research Senior Vice President of Research

How Frontier Measures Up


Understand the speed and size of an exascale supercomputer


Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Frontier supercomputer will be able to perform 1.5 quintillion operations per second. But what does that number even mean? Our infographic helps illustrate the massive speed and size of an exascale system.