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High Performance Computing cluster - supercomputer

High Performance Computing (HPC) environment for scientific and technical tasks.

High Performance Computing cluster - supercomputer
High Performance Computing cluster - supercomputer

Contacts and Location

Contact 1 Lauris Cikovskis
Contact 2 hpc@rtu.lv
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Organisational Unit Daugavpils university
    Riga Technical University
        High Performance Computing Center - Latvia, Riga

Description

Computing environment for scientific and technical tasks. It is implemented as a cluster consisting of head node and several separate worker nodes interconnected with InfiniBand (56 Gbps) technology. The nodes primarily are based on x86 processor architecture but some of them are also equipped with powerful NVidia Tesla graphical accelerators (GPU). HPC cluster can be used in different scientific disciplines from engineering to Big data analytics and machine learning.

Specification

Parameters at a glance:

  • Number of nodes: 43
  • Total cores: 744
  • GPU accelerators: 14
  • Total memory: 2.6 TB
  • Temporary storage volume: 238 TB
  • Performance: 35 TFLOPS

Software environment:

  • CentOS Linux
  • Moab/Torque job management tools
  • OpenMPI, MPICH parallel libraries
  • Programming: CUDA, Intel C++/FORTRAN, Python, GCC etc.
  • Scientific software: MATLAB, COMSOL Multiphysics, GROMACS, Peridigm etc.

Services

  • CPU time (core hours)
  • GPU time
  • High performance virtual desktops
  • Parallel software development

Status

Available for university research and external collaboration

Upgrades

NVidia Tesla Graphical Accelerators

Future Upgrades

Application Notes

Funding Source

National Research Centers (VNPC) -
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