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Exascale supercomputing is just as important to Europe as it is to the United States and China, but each of these geopolitical regions on Earth has its own way of developing architectures, funding their development and production, and figuring out where the best HPC centers are to host such machines to maximize their effectiveness.

It takes good people, with lots of system and facilities skills, to make an exascale system hum. So only the elite centers get to go first.

For Europe, which is minus the United Kingdom after its Brexit separation, the Forschungszentrum Julich in Germany is that elite exascale pioneer, having been named to host the first of three exascale-class supercomputers being funded partially by the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking and partially by the countries who can afford to kick in money for the honor of having such an HPC and AI engine within their borders.

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