Morgan Compute Cluster CPU (MCC-CPU)

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    The MCC CPU cluster is a traditional batch-processing cluster with high-speed interconnects and a shared filesystem. The LCC cluster contains nearly 23500 AMD-based EPYC Rome processor cores. The MCC CPU cluster includes about 182 compute nodes with memory ranging from 512GB to 4TB per node and a GPFS parallel filesystem attached to the cluster containing 3 PB of usable disk storage for home, project, and scratch directories. In addition, the facility has a dedicated high-speed 10Gb data transfer node for researchers needing to transfer data to and from external resources and offsite.

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    • Q Science (General)
    • Research Computing
    • High performance computing
    • Computational Science
    • Data Science
    • Data Analytics
    • Big Data


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