|Sponsors||U.S. Department of Energy|
|Peak FLOPS||1 exaFLOPS|
NERSC-10 (no name given yet) is the successor to Perlmutter, a planned exascale supercomputer set to be operated by National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center.
NERSC-10 is a planned exascale supercomputer currently in pathfinding stages. NERSC-10 is expected to go online around the 2024 timeframe.
|introductory date||2024 +|
|peak flops (double-precision)||1.0e+18 FLOPS (999,999,999,999,999.875 KFLOPS, 1,000,000,000,000 MFLOPS, 1,000,000,000 GFLOPS, 1,000,000 TFLOPS, 1,000 PFLOPS, 1 EFLOPS, 1.0e-3 ZFLOPS) +|
|sponsor||United States Department of Energy (DOE) +|