Welcome to JPL Supercomputing
We support and share the JPL vision of expanding the frontiers of space to enrich knowledge and benefit humanity. We do this by providing free supercomputing consulting services and resources to our JPL engineers and scientists, as well as their collaborators and affiliates. Since the formation of the JPL supercomputing project in 1989, we have remained at the forefront of the high performance computing industry. We are continuously evolving our resources and services to better meet the challenging computing needs of our users.
What we love to do
There is nothing better than developing working relationships with some of the brightest minds in the world and working with cutting-edge high performance computing technology. Find out more about the services and resources we provide to our users on the About Us portion of our website.
Real time Science and Innovation
We are fascinated by the work our JPL scientists and engineers produce with our services and resources. We like to imagine that every completed CPU cycle is one more step towards advancing science and innovation. By maintaining a close relationship with our JPL users, we are able to remain up-to-date on their achievements and discoveries.
Interested in learning about what our scientists and engineers are producing? We proudly display their yearly project achievements on the Achievements portion of our website.
Start Supercomputing with JPL!
We encourage all JPL employees and their collaborators at other institutions to take advantage of our free supercomputing services and resources. Even if you are not currently affiliated with JPL, learn what the requirements are for joining the JPL community and obtaining a supercomputing account. We will happily assist you during every step on your journey to becoming part of the JPL Supercomputing community. Take Action! Get started now by visiting the Start Supercomputing! portion of our website.
Members of the Supercomputing team will be attending the Supercomputing 2011 conference (SC11) in Seattle the week of November 12-18.
The Supercomputing conference showcases the latest advances in high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis. We hope to bring back new knowledge and techniques to better serve the Laboratory.
For more information about Supercomputing 2011 follow this link: http://sc11.supercomputing.org/
New public website11-11-11
The JPL Supercomputing team is deploying a new public website. We will be providing more information about the broad nature of Supercomputing work performed at JPL in the coming days.
Old web site moved12-13-11
Our old public facing website will now be architected as an internal facing website. Only users in the JPL LDAP directory will have access to this website now. Employees in the JPL LDAP directory may temporarily find this website at: http://sc-info.jpl.nasa.gov/