Resources for Parallel Computing and Supercomputing
This list is maintained at
where the entries are linked to the resource.
Rather than creating a comprehensive, overwhelming, list of resources,
I have tried to be selective, pointing to the best ones that I am
aware of in each category.
You can send me an email to suggest modifications at
Available systems: Most of the large national resources available to the
general scientific community within the US are organized within the
Some additional universities also have arrangements to allow outside users on
their parallel systems.
listing of most powerful computers in the world (among
those which are publically acknowledged).
Green 500, similar to Top 500 but using flops/watt as the metric, not flops.
Graph 500, ranking based on graph problems, which are more suitable benchmarks for problems such as data analytics.