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Cray, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, combines computation and creativity so you can keep asking what if, why not, and what’s next.

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We believe the questions visionaries pose are a force for discovery. For those who ask what if, Cray is a partner that merges computation and creativity to extend the boundaries of what you can discover.

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We've been helping visionaries like you solve the most complex computing problems for over four decades.


For decades we’ve partnered with visionaries, arming them with the most advanced and creative supercomputing capabilities so they can look beyond the obvious and build the future.

This is Dr. Lawrence Cheung from GE Global Research. Dr. Cheung’s vision is a world powered by clean energy, so he and his team are working on maximizing the power production of clean energy wind farms.

Dr. Cheung and GE came to Cray with two challenges: refining turbine blade design for maximum cost efficiency, productivity and noise; and placement of turbines in relation to one another.

Using supercomputing, GE can run predictive simulations of wind farms in two weeks rather than months to understand how wind and noise movement is critical to designing efficient wind turbines and wind farms.


For those who ask what if, Cray is a partner that merges computation and creativity to extend the boundaries of what you can discover.

Dr. Ralf Schneider of the High Performance Computing Center in Stuttgart is improving bone fracture treatments and shortening the recovery time. Dr. Schneider understands that opportunity awaits at the convergence of data and discovery — where big data, AI and data analysis unite with supercomputing to extend the boundaries of what you can solve, discover and achieve.

Knowing that bones respond to implants differently because their composition varies by individual, Schneider is conducting micro-mechanical simulations of bone tissue for a range of ages and genders, with the goal of compiling data that doctors can use to get insight into a bone's microstructure and stiffness. That could aid in selecting and positioning an implant specifically for an individual to reduce the consistent failure rate of implants that patients endure.

Advancement is not defined by a single milestone in time, but by an ever-changing reference point where impossible becomes potential. Cray is, and has always been, at the forefront of this journey. As computing continues to scale higher, we firmly believe that tomorrow’s greatest challenges will be solved at the intersection of our partners’ creative ingenuity and our supercomputing expertise.

"I want to help surgeons with this wonderful simulation, and I couldn't do it without supercomputing. On a workstation I would be calculating for years. With HPC I can do it in a day." — Dr. Ralf Schneider


Our greatest achievements are realized when we face what seems impossible, and that’s why we invite those who believe anything is possible to join us and to keep asking what if, why not, and what’s next.

This is Dr. Laura Boykin and Dr. Titus Alicia. Their big question? Ending famine in East Africa.
They lead extraordinary teams that are learning to understand the genetic differences that will help scientists and farmers distinguish between harmless and invasive whiteflies—a virus-carrying insect that can wipe out an entire year's food source, develop defense strategies and breed whitefly- and virus-resistant strains of cassava plants for farmers, as well as equipping African scientists with the knowledge to tackle future insect and virus outbreaks.

Cray History

Our roots go back to the very beginning. Seymour Cray, the "father of supercomputing," made history with the world's first supercomputer.

Our Customers

For more than 4 decades, Cray has partnered with the visionaries who keep asking questions that challenge the limits of possibility.

Our Partners

Our partners help us deliver an experience for customers who are working on the most advanced computing challenges on the planet.

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