HPC-Cluster

The University Computer Center offers its researchers (staff and students) the opportunity to perform complex and computationally demanding tasks on parallel high-performance computers (HPC).

The URZ operates two central computing clusters, a compute cluster 2019 with 4472 cores and a hpc cluster 2011 with 2328 cores.

Services

  • Operation of the local computing server
  • First-level application support
  • Support for the use of higher-level HPC systems (in particular at the ZIH of the TU Dresden)

Kundennutzen

Basic Hardware Information

96 MEGWARE Compute-Nodes

  • 192 Intel Xeon Gold 6248 processors
  • 3.840 CPU cores
  • 18.0 TiB DDR4 main memory
  • Linpack peak performance: 307.2 TFLops RPEAK

17 Shared Memory-Nodes

  • 4x Dual Socket Intel Xeon Gold 6248
  • 3x Quad Socket Intel Xeon Gold 5218
  • 10x Dual Socket Intel Xeon Gold 6244 (extended in 2020)
  • 512 CPU Cores
  • 17.7 TiB DDR4 Main Memory

3 MEGWARE GPU-Nodes

  • 3 NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 GPUs
  • 6 Intel Xeon Gold 6248 processors
  • 576 GiB DDR4 main memory
  • Central Storage Server
  • 246.0 TB RAW capacity
  • based on Panasas ASH-100

MEGWARE ClustWare

  • Cluster Management Software

Intel Omni-Path Fabric

Service-Erbringer

  • Universitätsrechenzentrum (URZ)

Weiterführende Informationen

Kontakt

Dr. Dieter Simon
Oliver Rebentrost