New $600 million supercomputer will safeguard US nuclear stores

New $600 million supercomputer will safeguard US nuclear stores

The US Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) announced that Cray will build the NNSA’s first exascale supercomputer. Called El Capitan, to be built at a cost of $600 million, the supercomputer will be used to help manage the US’ nuclear stockpile. El Capitan is set to arrive in 2022 and will also be used for classified nuclear weaponry design.

Simone
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T3hGladiator
T3hGladiator 7 months

Seems like a terrible idea. Nuclear weapons should not be connected all together.

NPC411794
NPC411794 7 months

They're gonna call it WOPR...... Shall we play a game?

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