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A moment of great pride – Bull Angers welcomes Catherine Rivière, CEO of GENCI and eminent researchers
Philippe Vannier, Chairman and CEO of Bull and Vincent Sarracanie, Industrial and Logistics Director of Bull’s factory at Angers, France, recently played host to Catherine Rivière, CEO of GENCI (the French National High-Performance Computing Organization) – along with Michel Caffarel, Director of Research at CNRS, and Dimitri Komatitsch, Professor of Geophysics, CNRS & INRIA – in the presence of medias and all the Bull employees who work at the site.
With a peak performance of 186 Teraflops, the new bullx® cluster from Bull equipped with NVIDIA Tesla accelerators, is the most powerful supercomputer in Spain The Barcelona Supercomputing Center – Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC-CNS) now has a new cluster with graphical accelerators which will be used to consolidate its research in programming models, tool development and application porting.
The 2011 HPCwire Reader’s Choice Award confirms Bull as a world-class leader in the HPC market At the SuperComputing 2011 conference in Seattle, the readers of HPCwire – the world’s most highly respected on-line magazine for the HPC industry – voted Tera 100 as the “TOP supercomputing achievement” of the year, confirming Bull as a global player and a world-class leader in Extreme Computing.