HPC Resources:

sciCORE currently operates a high-performance computing infrastructure, divided in three different environments tailored to specific scientific needs. The infrastructure is composed of near 400 InfiniBand-interconnected nodes and around 8000 CPU cores, providing 60 TB of distributed memory and a high-performance (GPFS) cluster file system with a disk-storage capacity of 7.5 PB. The technical details are provided in the tables below.

The sciCORE cluster is updated on a regular basis to match the growing needs in Life Sciences and parallel demanding applications. Nowadays, almost 30 million of CPUh are consumed per year by our 800 users, summing up to more than 14 million of jobs run per year.

 

sciCORE cluster

Cluster Totals nodes Totals cores Total Ram Totals GPUs Inter-connect Total Disk
sciCORE 360 7624 50TBytes 64 Infiniband 7.5PBytes

 

DMZ

Cluster Totals nodes Totals cores Total Ram Inter-connect Total Disk
sciCORE 16 304 4.4TBytes Infiniband 55TBytes

 

BioMedIT

Cluster Totals nodes Totals cores Total Ram Totals GPUs Inter-connect Total Disk
BioMedIT 21

440 total
200 user

6.3TBytes 2x2 100-Gigabit-Ethernet 250TBytes

 

sciCORE PUMA, (Network Attached Storage)

Protocol Totals Disk
NFS , SMB 1.9 PBytes