OCTOPUS

OCTOPUS (Osaka university Cybermedia cenTer Over-Petascale Universal Supercomputer) is a cluster system starts its operation in December 2017. This system is composed of different types of 4 clusters, General purpose CPU nodes, Xeon Phi nodes, GPU nodes and Large-scale shared-memory nodes, total 319 nodes.

System Configuration

Theoretical Computing Speed 1.463 PFLOPS
Compute Node General purpose CPU nodes
236 nodes (471.24 TFLOPS)
CPU : Intel Xeon Gold 6126 (Skylake / 2.6 GHz 12 cores) 2 CPUs
Memory : 192GB
GPU nodes
37 nodes (858.28 TFLOPS)
CPU : Intel Xeon Gold 6126 (Skylake / 2.6 GHz 12 cors) 2 CPUs
GPU : NVIDIA Tesla P100 (NV-Link) 4 units
Memory : 192GB
Xeon Phi nodes
44 nodes (117.14 TFLOPS)
CPU : Intel Xeon Phi 7210 (Knights Landing / 1.3 GHz 64 cores) 1 CPU
Memory : 192GB
Large-scale shared-memory nodes
2 nodes (16.38 TFLOPS)
CPU : Intel Xeon Platinum 8153 (Skylake / 2.0 GHz 16 cores) 8 CPUs
Memory : 6TB
Interconnect InfiniBand EDR (100 Gbps)
Stroage DDN EXAScaler (Lustre / 3.1 PB)

* This is an information on July 21, 2017. Therefore, there may a bit of a discrepancy about performance values. Thank you for your understanding.
 

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