OSU HPCC Launches its Newest Supercomputer, "Pete"
OSU’s newest supercomputer “Pete” is available for researchers with special needs.
Pete’s computational infrastructure comprises 5,664 processor cores, 17,280 GB RAM, and more than 2 Petabytes of storage.
- 164 compute nodes, each with dual Intel “Skylake” 6130 CPUs and 96 GB RAM
- Twelve large memory nodes, each with dual Intel “Skylake” 6130 CPUs and 768GB RAM
- One super memory node with dual Intel “Skylake” 6130 CPUs and 1.5TB RAM
- Ten GPU nodes, each containing dual NVIDIA Quadro RTX6000 GPUS for a total of 20 GPUs
- 100 Gb/s Intel Omni-path low-latency interconnect
- 360 TB high-speed parallel file system
- Slurm Workload Manager
OSU’s supercomputers and support team enable computational and data intensive research for hundreds of researchers throughout many of Oklahoma’s academic institutions and several national institutions.
The system was funded by MRI Award #1531128, Acquisition of Shared High Performance Compute Cluster for Multidisciplinary Computational and Data-Intensive Research.
For access to the Pete supercomputer, e-mail Jesse Schafer, OSU HPCC Manager of Operations. (User must already have a Cowboy account and demonstrate special need of Pete's resources.)