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High-performance Computing Application Services for the MPG

The MPCDF provides high-level support for the development, optimization, analysis and visualization of high-performance-computing applications to Max-Planck Institutes with high-end computing needs, e.g. in astrophysics, fusion research, materials and bio sciences, polymer research, and theoretical chemistry.

High-performance Computing Application Services for the MPG
MPG Supercomputer COBRA

Intel Skylake processor based system (~ 3200 nodes with 40 cores @ 2.4 GHz each) since April 2018. Extension by 64 nodes each with 2 Nvidia V100 GPUs in December 2018.

Total number of cores: ~ 120.000, total memory: ~0.5 PByte.

Interconnect: Intel OmniPath 100.

High energy efficiency through ground water cooling.

MPG Supercomputer COBRA
StorageTek Tape Library

Data archive with research results of Max-Planck scientists. Here: picture of STK SL8500 tape library. Robots on the shelf rows reach each volume keeping the information available around the clock. Further tape libraries in operation from IBM. Data include experiment and simulated data from many science areas, e.g. from life and materials sciences or astro and fusion research, but also treasures of the World Heritage like sound recordings of endangered languages or images of rare frescoes.

StorageTek Tape Library
National and international Project Involvments
National and international Project Involvments

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