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MEGWARE’s road to success covers more than a quarter of a century of technological history. What began on February 1, 1990 with the production of computers in the garage of one of the company’s founders has grown into a pan-European company for high performance computing and IT solutions.

GOETHE-HLR

Goethe-University Frankfurt

1.45 PFlop/s RpeakOverall computing power
472Compute nodes
18,880CPU cores
Rank 449Top500 November 2018

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PALMA II

University Münster

1.1 QuadrillionFloating point operations per second
412Compute nodes
15,000CPU cores
72.4 TByteTotal memory
Rank 417Top500 Juni 2018

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CooLMUC-3

Leibniz Supercomputing Centre

400 TFlops/sOverall computing power
148Compute nodes
9,472CPU cores
14.21 TByteTotal memory

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New MEGWARE Compute Cluster is put into operation at TU Freiberg

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The new MEGWARE Compute Cluster at TU Bergakademie Freiberg is now officially inaugurated. The program for the ceremony consisted of a series of…

MEGWARE installs the second DEEP-EST Module at JSC

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The build-up of the prototype system for the DEEP-EST project is entering the second round. After installing the first module (Cluster Module) earlier…

MODERN HPC cluster supports landscape research at the ZALF

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Since April this year, the Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF) is pleased about the energy efficient HPC Cluster with 125…

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