Stampede3 will be the newest strategic resource for the nation’s open science community when it enters full production in early 2024.
TACC’s powerful Dell Technologies and Intel based supercomputer will enable groundbreaking open science research projects in the U.S. while leveraging the nation’s previous HPC investment funds. For over a decade, the Stampede systems — Stampede (2012) and Stampede2 (2017) — have been flagships in the U.S. National Science Foundation’s (NSF) ACCESS ecosystem. Stampede3 will be the only system in the NSF ACCESS environment to integrate the new Intel Max Series GPUs.
The system will also include first-class operations, user support and training, education, outreach, documentation, data management, visualization, analytics-driven application support, and research collaboration.
Stampede3 is funded by the NSF Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (OAC) through award 2320757.
TACC announced the Stampede3 supercomputer in July 2023. Below is a timeline of what to expect:
Learn more about Stampede3 in the press release: TACC’s New Stampede3 Advances NSF Supercomputing Ecosystem.