External HPC/HTC Resources

Name Description Best Used For Restrictions
OSG Takes advantage of unused processors on HPC/HTC across the nation Dispersed, interruptible computing None
XSEDE Collection of national supercomputers Both HPC and HTC applications Need to apply by writing an XSEDE grant; please contact me or Alla K. for assistance (both XSEDE Campus Champions)
NERSC 5 systems MPI scripts, physics, astrophysics, nuclear science, Joint Genome Institute’s computing needs — has applications specifically for these Only for DOE funded or aligned with Office of Science’s mission
NM Research Consortium PRObE is an NSF funded super computing facility that gives computer science researchers access to large scale computing resources, with a unique large-scale, low-level, and highly instrumentable systems research facility Research in Operating Systems, Networking, Storage, Resiliency, and other relevant systems research topics Computer Science only
CARC NMU super computer, over 3000 cores, 15 TFlops aggregate compute power, and ~1 PB of RAID5/RAID6 enterprise storage;

Bethe – Xeon Phi/NVIDIA GTX Titan platform for experimental code development in astrophysics and nanoscience;
poblano – 256 GB, 64-core SMP system, a shared-memory server for memory-intensive bioinformatics, computational biology, and multiphysics applications;
Galles – 200-node, ‘green’ Hadoop/high-throughput Beowulf cluster for bioinformatics and “big data” applications;
nano, Gibbs, pequena, Metropolis, and Ulam – five production parallel machines;
Xena – designed for high-throughput, memory-intensive MATLAB and hybrid parallel applications

Science, engineering, biomedicine, humanities and the arts, with support for parallel supercomputing, advanced visualization, research data storage and analysis, novel architectures Need to apply
CyVerse A data storage facility; An interactive, web-based, analytical platform; Cloud infrastructure to use remote servers for computation, analysis, and storage; Web authentication and security services; Support for scaling computational algorithms to run on large, high-speed computers Serves all life sciences None
Summit Supercomputer that is available to RMACC members (NMSU is) Serves everyone Apply