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N8-CIR GPU Cluster (bede) now open

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020

Bede, The N8’s new high performance GPU computing platform, is now open for users. Bede is the N8’s IBM Power9 + Nvidia GPU-based high-performance computing (HPC) platform. Unlike traditional x86 platforms, Bede is GPU-based and makes use of NVIDIA’s NV Link high-bandwidth interconnects to move tensor outputs between the GPU and system memory. This unique architecture is ideally suited to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) applications. Bede will also be able to work.. Read more »

CUDA 5.5 available on CSF

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

The CUDA installation on CSF has now been upgraded to version 5.5.22 (previous versions are still available). All GPU nodes have had the Nvidia driver upgraded to version 319.37 to support CUDA 5. This version of CUDA includes the Nvidia Visual Profiler (nvvp) as well as the usual compiler tools, numerical libraries and sample codes. CUDA 5 is also supported by the PGI 13.6 compiler available on the CSF. Please see the CSF GPU documentation.. Read more »