HPCwire Video Interview with Paul Messina

Around the world, efforts are ramping up to cross the next major computing threshold with machines that are 50-100x more performant than today’s fastest number crunchers. Earlier this year, the United States announced its goal to stand up two capable exascale machines by 2023 as part of the Exascale Computing Project, and Distinguished Argonne Fellow Dr. Paul Messina is leading the charge.

At SC16, we spoke with Dr. Messina about the mission of the project, the progress made so far—including a review of three funding rounds—and the possibility of an accelerated timeline.

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