Big Red II, Indiana University’s newest supercomputer,
has the speed and power to expand the frontiers of
research and spur life-changing discoveries.
Genome analysis. Alzheimer’s disease. Clean energy.
Climate change. Digital humanities.
Complex challenges like these require unmatched
computational speed. You’ll find it in Bloomington, Indiana.
Operating at one petaFLOPS, IU’s new system can do in
one second what would take a person 31.7 million years.
Big Red II is more than just a supercomputer. It’s a game
changer for the state of Indiana and researchers across
the country. With it, IU has the capability to handle data
that matters—where it matters.
Learn more about Big Red II and supercomputing
at Indiana University at bigred2.iu.edu.
BIG RED II PHOTOGRAPHY BY RALPH ZUZOLO