The Cybermedia Center provides researchers in academia and industries with a high-performance computing environment composed of large-scale computing systems as a national joint-use facility where scientists and researchers perform computation and information processing accompanied with academic research and education. Also, our large-scale computing systems are provided as a computing resource in High Performance Computing Infrastructure, or HPCI.

 

The large-scale computing systems are classified into (1) Vector-typed Supercomputer and (2) Scalar-typed Supercomputer.   Our large-scale computing systems and large-scale visualization systems are introduced below.

Vector-typed Supercomputer

SX-ACE

The SX-ACE is a “clusterized” vector-typed supercomputer, composed of 3 cluster, each of which is composed of 512 nodes. ...[read more]

Scalar-typed Supercomputer

OCTOPUS

We plan to start the operation at the end of 2017. ...[read more]

VCC

VCC is a cluster system composed of 65 nodes. Each node has 2 Intel Xeon E5-2670v2 processors and a 64 GB main memory. ...[read more]

HCC

This system will be retired on Sep 30, 2017.
HCC is a cluster system composed of virtual linux machines' 579 nodes. ...[read more]

Large-scale visualization system

15-screen Cylindrical Stereo Visualization System

15-screen Cylindrical Stereo Visualization System is a visualization system composed of 15 46-inch WXGA (1366x768) LCD, and Image-Processing PC Cluster driving visualization processing on 15 screens. ...[read more]

24-screen Flat Stereo Visualization System

24-screen Flat Stereo Visualization System is composed of 24 50-inch Full HD (1920x1080) stereo projection module (Barco OLS-521), Image-Processing PC cluster driving visualization processing on 24 screens. ...[read more]

Service-terminated large-scale computing systems

PC cluster (PCC)

This service ended. Thank you for your use. ...[read more]

SX-9

This service ended. Please use the successor machine, SX-ACE. ...[read more]

SX-8R

This service ended. Please use the successor machine, SX-ACE. ...[read more]

HCC

This system will be retired on Sep 30, 2017.
HCC is a cluster system composed of virtual linux machines' 579 nodes. ...[read more]

スカラ型スーパーコンピュータ

OCTOPUS

We plan to start the operation at the end of 2017. ...[read more]