We've always been avid readers of Slashdot (News for nerds, stuff that matters) so it's not surprising to us that this project found its way there. Discussions on Slashdot are renowned for generating a lot of heat but they can also shed a lot of light on interesting topics like this one.
Gary Grider, leader of the High Performance Computing Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and Bruce Tulloch, CEO of BitScope Designs gave a joint press conference at SC17 last week to introduce the large Raspberry Pi cluster being built at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. This 3000 core cluster is being developed as a test bed for exascale systems research.
Come and visit us at Super Computing 2017 at Center for Advanced Research Computing Booth 535. We're exhibiting one of five modules to be used at the New Mexico Consortium Ultrascale Systems Research Center as part of a pilot program led by the Los Alamos National Laboratory and The University of New Mexico.
BitScope Blade is the premier solution for building compute cluster and cloud solutions with Raspberry Pi. Following the BitScope Blade Launch with element14 this year Bruce outlined plans to develop larger Raspberry Pi clusters for use in industrial IoT applications.