November 2017 Irish Supercomputer List

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High Rmax List (≥ 10 TFlop/s)

RankRmax (Tflops/s)Site & MachineHardware
1819.16Industry (Software Company M), Cluster EXeon 12c; 38,784 cores; details
2819.16Industry (Software Company M), Cluster FXeon 12c; 38,784 cores; details
3(N)635.0Industry (Software Company M), Cluster GXeon 12c; 23,040 cores; details
4(N)602.9Industry (Web Services Company F), Cluster AXeon 14c; 20,720 cores; details
5365.9Industry (Software Company M), Cluster AXeon 12c; 14,568 cores; details
6307.4Industry (Software Company M), Cluster BXeon 12c; 12,240 cores; details
7307.4Industry (Software Company M), Cluster CXeon 12c; 12,240 cores; details
8140.4Irish Centre for High-End Computing, FionnIvy Bridge & Sandy Bridge; 8,432 cores; Xeon Phi & K20X; details
9128.1Industry (Software Company M), Cluster DOpteron 6c; 23,316 cores; details
1037.83Industry (HPC), Unnamed ClusterIntel; 1,720 cores; details
11(U)33.54Trinity College Dublin, Green Data Centre, BoyleXeon 8c & 14c; 804 cores; 20 x Xeon Phi; details
1213.152***Tyndall National Institute, Tyndall HPCOpteron; 2,740 CPUs; details
1312.5University College Dublin, Unnamed ClusterIntel 12c; 384 cores; details
1412.1University College Dublin, Research IT, SonicXeon 6c & 8c; 1,360 cores; Tesla; details
1510.95Trinity College Dublin, School of Chemistry, PopleXeon 8c; 352 cores; details
1610.02Trinity College Dublin, Green Data Centre, SeagullXeon 8c; 320 cores; details

Low Rmax List (< 10 TFlop/s)

RankRmax (Tflop/s)Site & MachineHardware
179.27*Trinity College Dublin, Centre for High Performance Computing, ParsonsIntel 4c; 1,104 cores; details
189*Trinity College Dublin, Centre for High Performance Computing, KelvinIntel 6c; 1,200 cores; details
198.9*Trinity College Dublin, Centre for High Performance Computing, LonsdaleOpteron 6c; 1,232 cores; details
208.37**Seagate, teslaIntel; 64 processors; Tesla; details
217.7**Queens University Belfast, Dell ClusterXeon 4c; 912 cores; Tesla; details
225.4*Trinity College Dublin, School of Computer Science & Statistics ClusterXeon 4c & 6c; 864 cores; details
235****University College Dublin, SpeedyOpeteron 16c; details
244.5**University College Dublin, School of Mathematical Sciences - Orr2Opteron 16c / Xeon 4c / Xeon/6c; 376 cores; K20; details
253.24*National University of Ireland, Maynooth, SiocXeon 4c; 344 cores; details
261.21*Trinity College Dublin, Centre for High Performance Computing, CrusherIntel 4c; 144 cores; details
270.86*Queens University Belfast, Windows HPCSXeon; 128 cores; details
280.67*University of Limerick, Materials & Surface Science Institute, AMPS (Boyle)Xeon 4c; 160 cores; details
290.67*University of Limerick, Materials & Surface Science Institute, AMPS (Boole)Xeon 4c; 160 cores; details
300.65University College Dublin, Research IT, Matlab ClusterXeon; 64 cores; details

  • N = New entry
  • U = Upgrade
  • Total CPU Cores > 207,000
  • Total accelerator cores > 106,000
  • Combined performance: >4.42+ PFlop/s.

All performance figures are Linpack (HPL) runs, except:

* Calculated using HPL Calculator

** Manual calculation (84% peak system efficiency)

*** Rocks Cluster Register figure

**** Preliminary figure

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