Cray XC40 Met Office Super Computer

Meteorological Office and Cray2017

The Royal Society

The Royal Society
London, United Kingdom

The first part of the Met Office’s latest supercomputer arrived in 2015 and was fully installed by 2017.

Now complete, this new computer (shown below) has 460,000 cores which delivers a peak performance of 16 petaflops. It has 2 petabytes of memory for running complex calculations and 24 petabytes of storage for saving data.


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