Nuclear stockpile agency enters multimillion-dollar super computer agreement
August 29, 201912:23 pm
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The National Nuclear Security Administration, a part of the Energy Department that oversees the country’s nuclear weapons stockpile, has entered into a multimillion-dollar agreement with Cray Computer to build not just a new supercomputer but an “exascale” supercomputer. Mark Anderson, the acting assistant deputy administrator for Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation at the NNSA, joined Federal Drive with Tom Teminfor more details.