|Sponsors||U.S. Department of Energy|
|Operators||Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
|Peak FLOPS||2-4 exaFLOPS|
OLCF-6 (no assigned name yet) is the successor to Frontier, a planned exascale supercomputer that will be operated by the DoE Oak Ridge National Laboratory. OLCF-6 is expected to go into operation in the 2023-2024 timeframe and will feature a peak performance of 2 to 4 exaFLOPS.
OLCF-6 is part of Oak Ridge 10-year facility plan. Expected to be delivered around the 2023-2024 timeframe, the system will have around 2 to 4 exaFLOPS.