Computing power to answer NASA's complex science and engineering questions
Our in-house developed hyperwall-2 visualization system—one of the largest and most powerful in the world—provides a supercomputer-scale environment to visualize and explore the very large, high-dimensional datasets produced by NASA supercomputers and instruments.
The hyperwall-2 helps researchers display, analyze, and study high-dimensional datasets in meaningful ways, allowing the use of different tools, viewpoints, and parameters to display the same data or datasets.
Each of the hyperwall-2's 128 computers can display, process, and share data, allowing a single image to be displayed across all screens, or endless configurations of data can be displayed in selected "cells."
The hyperwall-2 is mounted to Pleiades' Lustre filesystem directly to over InfiniBand® connections. This direct connection means that our visualization experts can read data directly from the Pleiades filesystem for pre- and post-processing on the hyperwall-2, saving many hours of time in copying very large data files for production visualization work.
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