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Status: April 2017
is our contact point to HPC resources:
Of the three supercomputers, the relevant for us is ...
3 teams from ITU have had succesful pilot projects (free of charge) so far:
Sebastian Risi, Peter Sestoft, now Ole Kristensen / Intermedia (for studies!)
We have a 100% success rate and positive experiences throughout.
Get access to Abacus 2.0 in the next four-month window:
July 1, 2017 to October 31, 2017.
Call opens April 1, 2017 and closes: May 15, 2017 at 12:00.
Compute nodes: 584
CPU Cores: 14,016
Theoretical max: 766.6 TFlop/s (entire system)
Theoretical max: 560.6 TFlop/s (CPUs only)
Linpack performance: 462.4 TFlop/s (CPUs only)
Memory: 64.5 TB RAM
72 GPU nodes
As the base configuration except that each node contains 2 nVidia K40 GPU cards each with 2880 CUDA cores,
and 12 GB RAM. The theoretical performance for each K40 is 1.43 TFlop/s.
One level up, there is
Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe
Currently 7 machines:
about an order of magnitude or two bigger than Abacus, depending on your metrics.
Hazel Hen (DE)
PizDaint (CH, P100 GPU)
+ free, once application accepted
+ good chances for success
+ seriously big machines
- considerable effort
- learning curve
- requires long term perspective
- you will have to develop new code, rather than use what you have
3 levels of access:
typical 15 million corehours, 12 pages applic, ambitious
3. Preparatory grants (!)
1. & 2. are for science, and experienced teams.
3. helps prepare/learn usage of PRACE machines:
Prep grants come with 6 personmonths of support!
run for 2-12 months.
If interested in any of this:
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