The paper considers the problem of supercomputing support and Internet technologies. The PROGRESS project being developed at the A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems is discussed. The system is intended to support rapid prototyping of compilers for high-level languages (e.g., Fortran-77, Modula-2, Sisal-90) and for a family of architectures exploiting fine-grained parallelism. The next goal of the project is to develop an environment for investigation of optimizing and restructuring transformations of programs to be parallelized. The information subsystem TRANSFORM aimed at accumulating and processing knowledge about these transformations is considered. The subsystem SFP intended to support numerical high-performance computation on the base of the applicative language Sisal-90 is outlined.