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MEGWARE installs new Cluster at DLR Jena

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The Institute of Data Science is beeing supported with new compute power. MEGWARE delivers and installs the new High Performance Data Analysis (HPDA) Cluster with a total of 118 MEGWARE compute nodes and 4 GPU nodes each equipped with 8 GPUs NVIDIA Tesla V100 SXM2. These systems are based on latest 2nd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable CPU technology (Intel® Xeon® 8260) and are intended to support scientific research at DLR with a focus on Machine Learning, Visual Analytics and Climate Informatics. The cluster impresses with 5856 cores, 49.0 TB DDR4 memory and a theoretical compute power of 699.34 TFlops RPEAK. The data between the compute nodes will be transferred via Intel Omni-Path network with 100 gigabits per second. With a total of 4 server racks, the cluster itself serves as a research object for the development of scalable basic software in the field of Scientific Computing and Machine Learning. Management and monitoring are carried out by ClustWare®, a software tool developed by MEGWARE.