HPC Resources/Gamma

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IMAN1 (Jordan) as supercomputing center has diversity of HPC cluster architectures (Gama, Zaina, Booster/King) which are made available for VI-SEEM project. One of them is Gamma. Gamma is Intel Xeon based hybrid CPU/GPU computing node equipped with NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU card. This computing node is used for data visualization and pattern / object detection. Mainly, this computing node is used for academic and research purposes.

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Technical Specification

Administrative Data
Name Gama
Short Description IMAN1-01
Owner SESAME
Country Jordan
Computational Power
Number of servers 1
Server specification IBM M4 dx360
CPU per server 2
RAM per server 32 GB
Total number of CPU-cores 4
Max number of parallel processes 8
Total storage (TB) 600 GB
Accelerators type NVIDIA TESLA K20
Number of cores 2496 CUDA Cores
Accelerators per server 1
Servers equipped with accelerators 1
Operating system Scientific Linux
Version 6.4 (Carbon)
Batch system/scheduler N/A ( to be installed)
Dedication to VI-SEEM
CPU (percent) 100%
Storage (percent) 100%
Accelerators (percent) 100%
CPU (core-hours per year) 70,080
Storage in TB .6
Accelerators (hours per year) 21,864,960
Integration
System operational since 2013
Available to the project from M08
Expected date system to be phased out N/A
Interfaces SSH, VNC