Stony Brook University’s Ookami supercomputer becomes a new member of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Coordination Ecosystem (ACCESS). The program is focused on improving accessibility of high-performing computer resources and memory-intensive capabilities to researchers across the world.
“The motivation was to have a similar system with the same technology as in Fugaku here in the US and make it easily available to researchers for their own applications,” said Eva Siegmann, lead research scientist at the Institute for Advanced Computational Science (ICAS). “An open cluster like Ookami is a huge asset for the high-performance computing world.”
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— Edited by Viyang Hao ‘26