Now 2.5X to 4X Faster, one of the most popular applications to study the behavior of materials at the atomic level is taking advantage of the Telsa Accelerated Computing Platform.
VASP – short for Vienna Ab Initio Simulation Program – simulates at the atomic level everything from electronics, catalysts and magnetic materials to glass, rubber, metal, ceramics and more. It helps researchers understand the underlying structure of a material and its properties, so that researchers can develop materials that are better, stronger, more reactive or perform in certain way.
VASP is enormously popular in universities and industry. It consumes up to 15 percent of the computing cycles across major supercomputers worldwide.
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