“Our fifth supercomputer will deliver the enormous compute power we need to produce higher resolution weather and climate forecasts, improving the quality and precision of our predictions.”

Korea Meteorological Administration

Extending the boundaries of weather and climate forecasting.

Based in Seoul, the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA) provides weather forecasting and issues warnings to citizens, businesses, and government agencies. The administration is also responsible for observing and researching climate change.

KMA operates the National Center for Meteorological Supercomputer (NCMS), the largest supercomputer in Korea, to support vital weather and climate forecasting. To enable faster and more accurate forecasting, and to help advance scientific research, KMA refreshes its supercomputer every five years.

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