**VIDEO** Happy Exascale Day (10^18 ) from HPE!
What is exascale? It’s a supercomputer performing a billion calculations per second! Together, HPE and Cray redefine the supercomputing industry with the most comprehensive end-to-end portfolio across compute, storage, and services in the fast-growing HPC and AI market segments.
What does Exascale technology look like?
Interconnect built for exascale: Answer new, diverse, and data-intensive questions with an interconnect purpose-built for flexible, heterogeneous compute technology.
Fast, intelligent storage: Realize new possibilities with powerful, cost-effective, proven storage architected for converged HPC and AI workloads.
Software that clears the way: Create the next generation of applications for innovation and discovery with the industry’s most comprehensive, flexible, and validated HPC and AI software stack.
Between 2021 and 2023, we will have three HPE Cray exascale supercomputers coming online—the Aurora system at Argonne National Laboratory and Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), Frontier at Oak Ridge National Laboratory Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF), and El Capitan at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).
Read more on how HPE, Cray and SGI are redefining the supercomputing industry here: