The Jaguar Cray XT5 is a leadership class supercomputer run by the National Center for Computational Science at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, on behalf of the US Department of Energy. It is highly ranked in the top500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers. Very large allocations of computing time can be obtained through competitive application processes such as the ASCR's annual INCITE awards. Note that allocations are available for world leading open scientific research, and applicants do not need to be from US institutions.
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