CLOSURE ALERT

CLOSURE ALERT: After careful consideration, we are closing  the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center to the public in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community and protect our employees. This closure will begin March 11 and includes the visitor's centor, the cancelation of educational programs and scheduled tours of the exhibit areas.

Vendors

Prompted by regional health concerns, Vendor access to the NCAR Wyoming Supercomputing Center will allow access to Vendor’s on a case by case basis. Vendors- please contact your current NWSC Management representative for the updated procedures to enter the facility. If you are unsure of your current management representative or for further information and assistance, please contact the NWSC Security Desk at 307-996-4311.

 

These measures are for the health and protection of our patrons, students, supporters, and staff. We appreciate your understanding during this time. 

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A modern smartphone is far more powerful than NCAR’s first supercomputer, known as the Cray-1A, acquired in 1977. Each replacement machine has been many times more powerful than its predecessor. Computer technology usually doubles in power about every 18 months, a rate of growth known as Moore’s Law.