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(University of Texas at Austin, Texas Advanced Computing Center) The Frontera supercomputer earned the fifth spot on the twice-annual Top500 list, which ranks the world's most powerful non-distributed computer systems. Located at The University of Texas at Austin, Frontera is the fastest university supercomputer in the world. Frontera will support dozens of research teams aiming to solve the most massive computational problems in their fields, including high-resolution climate simulations, molecular dynamics models with millions of atoms, and machine learning-enabled cancer studies.
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