“With JUPITER, we will have perhaps the most powerful AI supercomputer in the world!”
Scheduled for operation at the Jülich Research Center in the coming year, JUPITER represents a pioneering advancement in Europe, boasting the capability to perform an impressive one trillion calculations per second. This achievement is expected to significantly propel the progress of scientific simulations and lead to groundbreaking developments in the field of artificial intelligence.
Detailed information about JUPITER's specifications was unveiled at the SC23, the world's largest supercomputing conference held in Denver, USA, from November 12 to 17. In an interview conducted during the event, Professor Thomas Lippert shed light on the hardware intricacies of JUPITER
For additional details and the full interview with Professor Thomas Lippert, please visit the Jülich Research Center's website: https://www.fz-juelich.de/en/news/archive/press-release/2023/with-jupiter-we-will-have-perhaps-the-most-powerful-ai-supercomputer-in-the-world