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NNSA Supercomputers Part 3: Non-nuclear Success

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Uploaded on Apr 26, 2011

As part of NNSA's mission to extend the lifetime of nuclear weapons in the stockpile, the ASC program provides NNSA with leading edge, high-end simulation capabilities. The ASC program helps NNSA meet nuclear weapons assessment and certification requirements, including: weapon codes, weapon science, computing platforms and supporting infrastructure.

NNSA's three national laboratories house four of the world's fastest supercomputers: the BlueGene/L at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the Red Storm at Sandia National Laboratories, and Roadrunner and Cielo at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

To learn more, visit http://nnsa.energy.gov/ASC

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