NOAA Cactus

Twin supercomputers Dogwood and Cactus (pictured here) are the newest additions to NOAA's weather and climate operational supercomputing system. Located in Manassas, Virginia, and Phoenix, Arizona, respectively, each supercomputer operates at a speed of 12.1 petaflops — three times faster than NOAA's former system. (General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT))

Twin supercomputers Dogwood and Cactus (pictured here) are the newest additions to NOAA’s weather and climate operational supercomputing system. Located in Manassas, Virginia, and Phoenix, Arizona, respectively, each supercomputer operates at a speed of 12.1 petaflops — three times faster than NOAA’s former system. (General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT))

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