NSF Invites Input on HPC perf. requirements
NSF invites interested parties to provide input on the HPC performance requirements of science and engineering research communities, on performance metrics appropriate for use in HPC system acquisition, and on potential benchmark codes representative of classes of science and engineering applications. Learn more on how to provide input .
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