Accelerate workload production, give value to simulations!
Combining the resources and flexibility of different computing universes, the Atos BullSequana supercomputers enable organizations to take full advantage of both on-premises and cloud solutions to harness the full power of high-performance computing, for the widest possible spectrum of applications. With a hybrid and modular architecture, BullSequana X series delivers unprecedented performance at reduced TCO.
Thanks to our value-added software ecosystem, businesses and organizations of all sizes and in all sectors will be able to run any type of workload, anywhere – now and tomorrow.
Beyond pure performance, supercomputers must not just leverage the latest technologies, but also perfectly meet the needs of applications and users. Atos has designed the BullSequana ranges of HPC servers to provide maximum flexibility in terms of interconnect, processor type, power, and cooling, and cover the widest possible spectrum of applications. BullSequana supercomputers offer an infinitely adaptable response, from departmental HPC clusters to world-class supercomputers.
Tackling the world’s largest problems
Generating finer-grained weather forecasts, designing cleaner aircraft engines, leveraging genomic s to implement personalized medicine… all of these innovations require the computing power of supercomputers. Atos is committed to developping the innovative HPC systems and solutions needed to solve the major challenges of the 21st century.
Beyond BullSequana system design and delivery, Atos addresses all HPC needs with a wide range of complementary services and solutions around HPC, such as BullSequana extreme factory HPC-as-a-service solutions, BullSequana extreme data offers, and the mobull Data Center in a mobile container.
Lack of resources or expertise means many companies and organizations do not have access to an HPC infrastructure. Bull Extreme Factory is a set of Cloud services combined with HPC expertise that helps these organizations implement their computer simulation applications. Born out of Atos’s unique experience in HPC, Bull Extreme Factory gives businesses of all sizes, in all sectors, access to made-to-measure supercomputing resources.
HPC is everywhere, in our medicines, our investments, our cellphones, in the films we go to see at the cinema and the equipment of our favorite athletes, the cars we drive and the petrol that they run on. It makes our world a safer place, with ever more accurate and precise weather, climate and seismic forecasts. All sectors, in industry and in the academic and scientific community, rely on HPC. Discover how YOUR sector can benefit from HPC.
The critical role of the Atos XCS web portal for HPC & AI
With the democratization of High-Performance Computing (HPC) and the expansion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in research and industries, organizations require more flexibility and more simplicity in the way they provide end-users with computing resources.
We are witnessing a progressive shift from a full-CAPEX (Capital Expenditure / investment) on-premises model to a more hybrid way of consuming computing power: through a mix of CAPEX and OPEX (Operational Expenditure / services).
Mobull is an ingenious containerized data center solution that provides companies with as much computing power as they need to innovate, be more competitive and reduce costs. With its combined advantages of high density, low energy consumption and ease of installation, mobull makes it possible for companies to fast-track the implementation of the best solutions available for computer simulation, for data processing and for storage.
With ever increasing volumes of data created by new sources of information in our connected world, managing Petabytes of data has proven to be a real challenge. Leveraging our long-standing and successful experience in implementing massive data management solutions based on multiple technologies, Atos now proposes not only tailored solutions, but also Bull Director for HPSS, the first component of a range of Bull software dedicated to storage for high performance computing.
Our HPC service teams offer a complete portfolio of professional services, with the required competence and experience to support the design, installation, operation, management, and continuous improvement of HPC infrastructures.
Exascale entails an explosion of performance, of the number of nodes/cores, of data volume and data movement. At such a scale, optimizing the network that is the backbone of the system becomes a major contributor to global performance.
The interconnect is going to be a key enabling technology for eXascale systems. This is why one of the cornerstones of Atos’ eXascale program is the development of our own new-generation interconnect.
The BullSequana eXascale Interconnect V2 or BXI V2 introduces a paradigm shift in terms of performance, scalability, efficiency, reliability and quality of service for extreme workloads.
July 29, 2021
July 27, 2021
Atos strengthens its leading position in HPC cloud enablement and acquires leading global HPC cloud platform provider Nimbix
June 28, 2021
Atos launches ‘ThinkAI’ – a complete solution to power high-performance Artificial Intelligence applications
June 23, 2021
“A Whole New Dimension of Processing Power”: Paderborn University Commissions Atos to Build a New Supercomputer
June 23, 2021
“Topaze”: a new computer at the CCRT co-designed by Atos and the CEA to meet the challenges of high-performance computing and data processing
March 10, 2021
February 23, 2021
December 16, 2020
Atos boosts Météo-France’s data storage capacity to over 1 exabyte in 2025 to improve numerical modeling and climate predictions
November 26, 2020
Senegal’s UVS uses Atos’ BullSequana Intel-based supercomputer to evaluate impact of COVID-19 containment measures
November 19, 2020
November 17, 2020
Atos powers Europe’s fastest supercomputer at Jülich in Germany, the most energy-efficient system in the TOP100
November 17, 2020
October 20, 2020
Atos supercomputer boosts weather forecasting capacity for ‘Croatian Meteorological and Hydrological Service’ and supports fight against air pollution
May 14, 2020