Cray XC Series Supercomputers

Supercomputing Defined: Cray XC™ Series

The Cray XC series sets the standard for scalability & performance.

Cray® XC™ series supercomputers are designed —and proven —to handle the most challenging simulation, analytics and AI workloads anywhere. How? With a groundbreaking architecture that combines the advantages of the latest CPU and GPU processors, the high-performances Aries™interconnect and Cray’s HPC-optimized software stack.

It’s all upgradable to 500 petaflops too. Altogether, you get extreme performance and scalability at the exact size and budget you need.

The Cray XC series delivers:

Sustained, scalable
application performance

Tight HPC optimization
and integration

Upgradability
by design


Learn more about what makes the Cray XC series supercomputer the industry standard for compute performance and scalability. Download the product brochure.

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