It is the end of an era for the world most advanced supercomputer, the world-leading NASA Ames Research Center’s (ASRC) Everest.
The world’s most powerful supercomputer for decades has been under strain due to a lack of energy and a declining budget.
Now that the clock is winding down, the ASRC is looking for a replacement to fill the void.
In the latest in a series of announcements, ASRC has announced that it will begin to build a new, larger, 1.6-petaflop (10 petabytes) supercomputer in 2019.
The new machine will be the largest in the world, a computer that can run 1 billion computations per second, and will be able to crunch up to 20 terabytes of data in a single day.
The new supercomputer is expected to be capable of solving some of the world�s toughest problems.
The team of researchers and engineers will build a system to analyze the atmospheric composition of the stratosphere and analyze satellite data, according to the announcement.
The ASRC, a joint venture between NASA and the University of Maryland, is currently developing the new supercomputers.
It will not be able build a supercomputer of its own.
The announcement comes as NASA continues to face pressure from lawmakers and industry groups to address the issue of climate change.
Last week, NASA announced a plan to shut down the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) supercomputing center at the end 2018.
The NIST center will be closed by 2026 and its computers will be used to conduct research into climate models and data collection.NIST is the nation�s leading data-gathering center for climate and weather analysis.
It is expected that it�ll be closed in 2021, according a press release.NASA and the White House have proposed other ways to keep the NIST complex running.
The agency is exploring ways to lease it to private companies, but the government is not planning to allow that, said Michael Liebman, NASA�s deputy undersecretary for science.NASA has already announced plans to reduce the size of the NIS complex, which is based at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California.NASA is also exploring a proposal to sell off the NISC supercomputer center, which sits on top of the Mount Everest supercomputer.NASA announced a contract with a company to build the supercomputer this year, but it has not yet released details about what the program will look like.