November 2013 Irish Supercomputer List

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RankRmax (TFlop/s)Site - Machine NameHardware Details
364.9Industry (Gaming) Cluster AIntel Xeon X5660 6C 2.80 GHz, 8,064 core, 10G Ethernet, HP Cluster Platform 3000 BL460c G7
464.9Industry (Gaming) Cluster BIntel Xeon X5660 6C 2.80 GHz, 8,064 core, 10G Ethernet, HP Cluster Platform 3000 BL460c G7
564.9Industry (Gaming) Cluster CIntel Xeon X5660 6C 2.80 GHz, 8,064 core, 10G Ethernet, HP Cluster Platform 3000 BL460c G7
640.5Industry (Web)Intel Xeon X5650 2.66 GHz, 7,200 core, 1G Ethernet, HP DL160 Cluster G6
736.6Irish Centre for High-End Computing – StokesIntel Xeon X5650 2.67GHz, 3,840 core, 7.8TB RAM, ConnectX Infiniband DDR, SGI Altix ICE 8200EX
98.9Trinity College Dublin – LonsdaleAMD Opteron 2.3GHz, 1,232 core, 3.2TB RAM, Infiniband DDR, Supermicro
89.0*Trinity College Dublin – KelvinIntel 2.66Ghz, 1,200 core, 2.4TB RAM, Qlogic Infiniband QDR, Dell
108.3*Trinity College Dublin – ParsonsIntel 2.5Ghz, 1,104 core, 2.2TB RAM, Voltaire Infiniband (QDR switching and connectx DDR hosts), Supermicro
141.5*Trinity College Dublin – CrusherIntel 2.5Ghz, 208 core, 0.6TB RAM, Infiniband, Dell
135.1Irish Centre for High-End Computing – StoneyIntel Xeon X5560 2.8GHz, 496 core, 2.9TB RAM ConnectX Infiniband (DDR), Bull Novascale R422-E2
117.6*University College Dublin (Engineering and Physics) - PascalIntel Harpertown-Stoakley Xeon 2.8GHz, 744 core, 16 GB RAM per node, Voltaire SDD Infiniband, IBM
151.0University College Dublin (Research IT) - SonicIntel Xeon E5-2620 2.0GHz, 144 core, 1.5TB RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, Dell
126.2Tyndall National InstituteAMD Opteron 2.10 GHz, 1,472 CPU, Unknown Vendor
2128.1Software Company (M)AMD Opteron 4171-6C 2.1 GHz, 23,316 core, 10G Ethernet, HP
1140.4Irish Centre for High-End Computing - FionnIntel 2.4 GHz Ivy Bridge, 7,680 cores, 20.5TB RAM, FDR Infiniband, SGI ICE X

* denotes estimated performance, calculated as a standard fraction of Rpeak, the maximum theoretically achievable system performance.

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