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© 2002 IBM Corporation Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers Creating a technology future worthy of Montana… in Supercomputing Centers Title slide June 2009Dr. Alex Philp
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC The Great American Supercomputing Desert
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC Why a supercomputing cyberinfrastructure? Computational Needs of Technical, Scientific, Digital Media & Business Applications Approach or Exceed the Petaflop/s Range not be modified. CFD Wing Simulation 2.1 x 10 14 FLOPS CFD Full Plane Simulation 8.7 x 10 24 FLOPS Digital Movies & Special Effects 2.7 x 10 19 FLOPS Source: Pixar Source: A. Jameson, et al Modeling the optimized deployment of 10,000 part 2.4 x 10 15 FLOPS Spare Parts Inventory Planning Source: B. Dietrich, IBM Source: AGM, LGC, M-OSRP M-OSRP Seismic 45 x 10 15 FLOPS Intelligent Oilfield 1.7 x 10 21 FLOPS
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC How fast is a Teraflop? Teraflop or TFLOPS – 10 12 (a million million or trillion) floating-point operations per second It takes 32,000 years for a trillion seconds to tick away. For example, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) uses the IBM Blue Gene/L supercomputer with a peak performance of 17.2 TFLOPS. It would take a person operating a hand-held calculator more than 500,000 years to do the numeric calculations this supercomputer completes every second.
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC 5 RMSC Executive Summary...is to establish Montana as a recognized leader in the execution of the next-generation super- computing business model as a fundamental component of Montanas economic engine....is to enable next-generation discoveries, advancements and solutions for commercial, academic and governmental customers through the use of supercomputing applications and on demand services. Public Sector – State & Local Government – Federal Delegation – Academia (e.g., MUS) – Others (e.g., INL) Federal Sector Non-Profits & NGOs Private Sector – IBM Corporation – Microsoft Corporation – Cisco Systems – (others pending) Tribes & First Nations Centers of Excellence Stakeholders Mission Vision Scope Montana Initiative: Local, Tribal, Regional, International partnerships & collaborations
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC 6 RMSC in a Nutshell Transactional Model Business Model Private-public partnership creating the new Globally Integrated Community Economic Development Orgs Tribal interests linked Centers of Excellence (COEs) for Academia, R&D, Indian Country, Private & Public Sectors RMSC is Montanas Transaction & Information Broker for HPC, Visualization & Supercomputing State owns and operates the cyberinfrastructure resources Customers transact via on demand services Customer interact and work via a distributed network Customers Centers of Excellence Cyberinfrastructure Econ Dev & Growth Brokers Computing on Demand
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC Advantages to Business Enhance Competitiveness through Affordable Computing Resources Participate in On-Demand Model for HPC Services Decrease Risk Associated with Capital Expenditure Stimulate Partnership, Collaboration, and Teaming Reinforce Montana Means Business on regional, national, and international scale Attract and Retain High-Tech, High-Paying Jobs Leverage as Retention and Recruitment Asset Academic, Government, and Private Teaming Relationships Drive Use of Telecommunications Broadband Infrastructure 7
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC 8 Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers (RMSC) Commercial Businesses Center of Excellence Academia State of Montana IBM CoD Center of Excellence State & Local, Federal Gov Center of Excellence Tribes & First Nations
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC Questions ?
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Centers, Inc. Executive Summary (v05) © 2009 RMSC 10 Dr. Alex Philp President & Board Chair RMSC, Inc. Suite 310 65 E. Broadway Butte, MT 59701 406-370-2262 Mobile firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.rmscinc.org Earl J. Dodd Sr. Consultant to RMSC IBM Corporation Two Riverway Houston, TX 77056 713-446-4963 Mobile 406-533-6733 RMSC Office email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.rmscinc.org
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