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CCMST Computational Facilities


Green Gate, aka ggate, was acquired in 2011. Based on 8 core AMD "Magny Cours" 2.0 GHz processors, ggate is a cluster featuring 16 general purpose compute nodes and 16 hybid CPU/GPU nodes connected by an infiniband QDR network. The hybrid nodes carry Nvidia C1060 (Tesla) and C2070 (Fermi) graphic processing units (GPU). Ggate has a total of 720 CPU cores, 8096 GPU thread processors, 2240 GB of CPU memory, 132 GB of GPU memory, and 120 TB of disk storage


The fgate cluster was purchased in 2007, and features 48 nodes for a total of 96 dual-core 2.66 GHz Intel Xeon processors, 288 GB of memory and 17 TB of disk space.


Acquired in 2004, egate is a 77-node Linux cluster with a total of 154 3.2 GHz Intel Xeon processor, 340 GB of memory and 18 TB of disk space. The nodes are connected by an Infiniband fabric.