We make available HPC systems for our users:
- Eos, our IBM iDataPlex Cluster that runs 64-bit Linux on Intel Nehalem processors. This is currently our main computational resource.
- Lonestar, the Dell Linux Cluster hosted at TACC.
Our systems have various commercial and open source software installed. Our software page lists the available software and documentation. Please read our software acquisition policies before requesting any software.
Several Linux workstations are provided for our users to access several Linux workstations at two separate locations on campus. These workstations serve as physical terminals for remote (network) access to the supercomputers, as well as stand-alone platforms for interactive post-processing and visualization (graphical and GUI-based) tasks that would typically be slower to carry out on the heavily loaded, larger machines, especially over the network.
A disk based storage archive for backing up your files that are produced or used on our resources.