Synthetik Partners with the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC)

Synthetik Applied Technologies is pleased to announce its partnership with the Texas Advanced Computing Center’s (TACC) Science and Technology Affiliates for Research (STAR) Program.

This partnership with TACC and membership in the STAR program directly supports Synthetik’s mission to develop breakthrough technology to create a more secure future, enabling them to access world-class computing resources and utilize state-of-the-art labs. This includes modern high-performance computing clusters and GPU-accelerated compute units to accelerate AI model development and training.

The TACC designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources that will soon include the new NSF-funded petascale computing system, and Frontera – one of the planet’s most powerful supercomputers”.  said Peter Vonk, CEO, Synthetik Applied Technologies. “Our partnership with the TACC will give us direct access to these world class assets, allowing us to develop, train, test, and deploy our CFD code and AI models on state-of-the-art systems at scale, while utilizing facilities like the world-class Vislab to interact and collaborate with our clients in new and exciting ways”.

Synthetik Applied Technologies joins the TACC’s STAR program’s prestigious list of Science and Technology partners, including global companies such as  NASA, Raytheon, Shell, Intel and Dell, as well as breakthrough entrepreneurs based in Texas.

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