May 4th, 2023, at 20:59, the French research department announced the launch of a new generation of supercomputer, Adastra. This computer costs 30 million euros and is funded by the research department. Adastra has become part of Top500 and will contribute to many research activities.
Adastra is a supercomputer with ultra-high performance that uses the latest technology, including GPU accelerators and high-speed network interconnects. This configuration allows Adastra to have extremely high performance in terms of computing speed and data processing capabilities, providing powerful support for scientists’ research work.
The launch of this supercomputer is a very important event for research and innovation in France. Adastra will help France make more progress in the field of science and inject new vitality into the development of France’s scientific research.
With Adastra, French researchers can carry out very complex simulations and data analysis to make new discoveries in many fields. For example, the Astrofizika project is a large-scale astronomical simulation project using Adastra. In addition, Adastra will also contribute to research in multiple fields such as biology, meteorology, physics, and engineering.
The launch of this supercomputer marks France’s solid strength in the field of computer science, and the future prospects of scientific research are more promising. Adastra will help France gain greater advantages in the global technology field competition and become one of the world’s leading technology innovation centers.