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The Exascale generation of supercomputers will help researchers tackle increasingly complex problems through modeling large-scale systems, such as nuclear reactors or global climate, and simulating complex phenomena, such as the chemistry of molecular interactions. Researchers at the Computation Institute and Argonne National Laboratory are part of four co-design centers helping pave the way for these powerful machines.

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Next week, the world's experts on high-performance computing, networking, storage and analysis will gather in New Orleans for the 2014 edition of the international

The exascale — one million trillion calculations per second — is the next landmark in the perpetual race for computing power.