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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-University Frankfurt

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

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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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Leibniz Supercomputing Centre

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

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New HPC system of DLR Jena officially inaugurated


Today the new HPDA-Cluster of DLR Jena with 5856 cores, a main memory of 49 terabyte and a maximum compute power of around 700 TFlops was officially…

Jungheinrich AG relies on HPC expertise


MEGWARE has been equipping numerous research institutes and universities with the most powerful HPC systems for many years. With Jungheinrich AG, one…

HPC Cluster for Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies


The next MEGWARE system goes into operation. The basic research at HITS is now supported by 150 nodes equipped with #Intel Xeon Gold processors and…

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