b'High-Performance Computing A new supercomputer at INL has the power to run complex modeling and simulation applications, which are essential to developing next-generation nuclear technologies. Named after a central Idaho mountain range, Sawtooth will be operational in 2020. The $19.2 million system has nearly 100,000 processors and is expected to rank among the Top 100 fastest supercomputers in the world throughout its first year of operations. It will be able to crunch much more complex mathematical calculations at approximately six times the speed of Falcon and Lemhi, INLs current systems. The system will support nuclear science all across the U.S. Plus, Idahos three research universities will be able to access Sawtooth and INLs other supercomputers remotelyvia the Idaho Regional OpticalNetwork (IRON), an ultra-high- speed fiber optic network. 13'