A community organization dedicated to promoting education about the history of technology visited HLRS to learn about new capabilities of high-performance computing in Baden-Württemberg.

In einem zweitägigen Workshop im Hochleistungsrechenzentrum Stuttgart (HLRS) diskutierten Infrastrukturexperten aus deutschen Hochleistungsrechenzentren Strategien für den Aufbau nachhaltigerer Systeme.

At the 2017 International Conference for High Performance Computing (SC17), HLRS presented recent visualization projects, discussed the convergence of HPC and Big Data, and received strong marks in new benchmarking rankings.

In the newest Top500 ranking of the world's fastest HPC systems, the High-Performance Computing Center Stuttgart's (HLRS's) Hazel Hen was ranked number 19.

Participants in a two-day international meeting at HLRS discussed new strategies for improving sustained simulation performance on high-performance computing systems.

On November 13-16, HLRS takes part in the SC17 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis in Denver, Colorado. Here's how to find us.